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You get a raise yearly. Usually between 1%-3% off your current salary.

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Most departments have flexible hours which is great!

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They pile so much on a person who is good at their job. It's to the point of breaking the employee. Then the others who aren't as good at their job get away with anything. I see this happen in many department. They work their good employees into the ground or to the point of burnout.

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You can be in a room with more then one manager asking you questions they are polite and smart and they take notes they as you questions about your experience and then they ask you if you have any questions about the job your applying for

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It's ok, It's a little relaxed and slow for me.

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It depends on the amount of time you have been there. However, of you use your sick time, it will be counted against you unless you get on FMLA.

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A friendly smile is always a good thing.

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Upgrade their online banking software and applications to make it more user friendly and modern. Cross train in the department and learn general inquiries to limit customer call transfers for one simple question.

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I loved it!

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The hiring process moves very quickly. First you have an interview, if you are a chosen candidate, you are submitted to a background check and a drug screening. If both are passed, you are hired on your desired start date.

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