A typical day at work consisted of me encountering different individuals, processing transactions of withdrawals, deposits, and transfers. Also auditing receipts from transactions that occurred, making sure vaults were balanced, making sure shelves and cabinets were stocked and trying to make each member leave with a pleasant experience by giving great customer service.
I learned how to handle my time more appropriately, how to be more understanding of people by understanding they're individuals, and the ins and outs of the banking industry and how to manage money more effectively.
Management altered frequently during my tenure with the company but I did build a few good relationships with members of the management team.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with peoples emotions, you had to learn to be more empathetic and sympathetic. Also handling cash with speed and efficiency was quite difficulty as well at first.
The most enjoyable part ironically is the fact that it is also the members. When you're feeling down sometimes they know what to do or say to brighten your day.