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For a teller long and early most branches open at 8am so you report at 7:15 if your branch is short staff you may be asked to work full days of branch hours. shifts range from 8-10hrs

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Make sure you know this will be a good bank or branch for you. They will chew you up and spit you out in a heartbeat. They don’t care about you only the rules. If your sick you will get written up for not being able to get out of bed. Trust no one.

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Relationship Banker - It took about 3 months from start to finish. It included one phone interview, one in-person interview and numerous background checks. The process could've taken 2 months, but I had to clarify a number of background check items. (e.g. self employment, fiduciary responsibilities and credit issues.)
*If you have bad credit be prepared to have proof of how you've remedied your credit issues moving forward.*

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Horrible training they crammed 2 text books in your head In two weeks and think you won’t mess up in the branch then the employees where miserable and basically not helping at all even though your new treat you like you been an employee for years and act like why don’t you know anything smh wanted to quit my 3 day in because of the treatment from co workers

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Bi weekly and sometimes quarterly bonuses for customer service score

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About my experience in customer service and how that experience would help your job at santander

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8.0 - You can choose to sit at your desk, or sit/stand at your teller station in my position. Sitting definitely gets tiring though.

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It was good.

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It was easy to get in when I started with independance bank. I don't know how it is today with santander.

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Aetna, last I heard

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