Pros: good co-workers, good hours
Cons: tedious work environment
Most days working here was very slow. Unless a lot of customers were coming through the door, there wasn't much to do other than read and re-read brochures and info-sheets, do some store cleaning, and chat with co-workers. Every day I did a number of deposits, withdrawals, and cash-orders for customers and businesses. Most of the tasks became rather rote after several months.
Management was good with schedules and accommodating when they could be. They were helpful and answered all of my questions. Unfortunately, the training period was too short. When I began working with customers' accounts, I felt unprepared.
My co-workers were good people, friendly and hard-working.
The hardest part of this job was finding productive things to do and battling to reach each month's referral requirement.
The most enjoyable part of the job was working with co-workers to solve problems.