Like any other teller job I've had, clock in, get your cash box, run customer transactions, count your box at the end of the day, clean your station, clock out and do the same thing the next day. You learn how to recognize fake money, how to start conversation with random customers, and be more careful with your money. Management expects you to meet branch goal and show up every appropriately. Work culture truly depends on your coworkers, every branch may be different. Hardest part of the job is making sure you count very carefully. Most enjoyable part of the job is that you have no worries once you step out of the work place.