Could've been a nice place to work...
Teller (Former Employee) – Corinth – February 8, 2015
It seemed like a nice place to work at first. The co-workers at the branch I started at were great, so I regret taking the full time opportunity at the main branch, because it was a very different atmosphere. I've read the other reviews on here and they are on point about the changing of policies. If you followed policy and it made a member unhappy then you got in trouble. If you didn't follow policy to make a member happy, there was always something else you should've done. We were always short staffed and had to work long hours in the drive thru. Everyone got burned out quick and we were always discouraged due to a lack of promotion. It didn't help that everyone was always worried about getting fired because corporate watched us like a hawk. The higher up women at the operations center were the worst by far, and they're attitude will be why they are unable to keep people long term. Without getting too long winded, I will leave it at the fact that I tried to do the right thing and was kicked in the teeth for it. When I was first hired there, they made it look like this amazing place to work, but I learned just how miserable a lot of the people are. If they actually made employees feel like they had some value there, it would've been a much nicer place to work, but the corporate women (who give each other awards every year), make it a high anxiety place that you dread going to every day.
They give you food sometimes, some nice co-workers
Long hours, bad corporate management, fear of losing job, inconsistency, difficult to have a life outside of work