Pros: benefits, incentives, break
Cons: management, No upward mobility, Terrible staff, Unrealistic sales goals, no respect to non-management employees
BRUH let me tell you about TCF, so I worked in a branch within a store right? So they make you so this thing called IN-AISLE selling. so basically what that is , is that you just harass customers all day while they shop and stand in one place for hours.The rejection is rediculous, I swear if you come in in a great mood you will leave pretty peed off.
Let's Not forget I am a very outgoing person but they basically teach you borderline harassment, they told me to not let the customer tell me "NO" keep following them. Like what type of stuff is that? This lady almost punched me in the face for trying to follow her., I tell you that is NOT a good environment to work in. Negative energy and the management isnt very friendly to the other employees. like Tellers, basically anyone who isnt full-time they dont associate with. Extremely rude.
Unrealistic sales goals for the type of reputation it has. NO one wants to bank with TCF except for people who have low income and low expectations. this is the JOKE of ALL banks.
Last note and I am done. So I found out I was Expecting while I worked here. DO you think the management tried to accomodate me? NO! they had a chair they called the "PREGANCY CHAIR" and u think they let me sit in it to rest my feet? no. The supervisors sat in it and they still had me on my feet three hours straight and wouldnt let me come in to rest because they thought I was overreacting, then wanted to get concerned when I passed out in the aisle and the ambulance had to come get me.I will honestly say the Grocery Store Employees cared more than the bank employees, – more... they kept thinking I was faking and wanting to go home. Like if I just wanted to go home, I would have never came to work in the first place. CHANGE THE MANAGEMENT and the goals. – less