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The interview process was great the first and second time. Interviewing for another department is like a court hearing. Please look into this process. It feels like a criminal investigation.

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Make sure that people are in the proper positions. Often times I have seen people promoted even when they have no clue what they are doing. I have also seen plenty leave due to being micro-managed on small things. It seems like quality employees are often overlooked while some who have no clue what they are doing are praised for being good at the little things.

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Starting hours:
8 -5 over time as needed.

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No drug test. Maybe they could find better employees if they did.

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It was a seasonal position and it wasn't direct hire

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40 regular hours. you have the option of taking a 30-60 minute lunch. two 15 minute breaks

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I am no longer interested in working banking and I never want to work in a call center again.

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Depend on the branch. I am hispanic and some of the co worker like to laugh any time I talk in English. They treat me like if I am a dumb person, I don't want to think they are prejudice. They are suppose to coach you during your first days, but is not true. They barely coach you during your first days and expect you to be as fast as an experienced teller. They can be rude and disrespectful setimes, but not all of them. At least this has been my experience in Cheshire Bridge branch in Atlanta as a new teller. So sad and disappointed. 😞

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Depends on the manager. I have my nose pierced and never had any issues in 6 years until I transferred to a new market and was told I could not have it.

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To always go the extra mile and believe that everything is possible. We can all meet expected goals they are there because its been studied and have seen improvement in striving

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