A typical day at work was meeting and greeting customers, taking care of their banking needs as in processing credit, debits and payments. As a teller, balancing the ATM and my personal drawer at the close of each day. I learned the importance of exactness when handling money and the privacy of each customer. I learned the difference in excellent management and when management skills fall short. Management was excellent, the positive attitude about herself and her responsibilities were passed on to her staff which engaged us to do our best in any situation with knowledge and confidence. My co-workers were just as engaging as she was, handling each situation in the same manner to better meet the customer's needs. The hardest part of the job was remaining focused at this time because three months prior to taking this job, I lost my husband to cancer and was struggling with his loss. The most enjoyable part of the job was feeling like I was a part of a family that had a common goal to take care of each other and our customers.
Free checking and checks.
No benefits, low pay.