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Bank Teller/ Sales Associate (Former Employee), Chicago, ILMay 13, 2014
It's a secure place to work and build within the company. But management Needs improving
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Great learning enviroment
Branch Supervisor (Current Employee), Chicago, ILMay 12, 2014
Pros: acceptance, incentives
TCF is a great place where an individual gets appreciated by just doing the work! If you really like a fast paced environment with fun co-workers and love to increase production, TCF Bank is the perfect place for you!!
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Fun work place and a great experience.
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Blaine, MNMay 12, 2014
Pros: commission bonuses and free lunches every once in a while.
Cons: short breaks and sometimes we don't reach goal.
Customers come in and we provide them with great customer service with a smile and tell them to have a great day when the transaction or account-opening is complete. We take breaks when it's our turn and come back to do the same thing. I learned how to approach customers a lot more smoothly and learned how to make sales. We'd all have to balance our – more... money by the end of the night and make sure things are organized. We'd fill out paper work until everything is signed and put away where they belong. My co-workers and I were a team. Shared tasks. The hardest part of the job was trying to make goal every month. The most enjoyable was getting to talk to all kinds of people and share your influences with everyone you come across. – less
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Slow days
Sales Associate (Former Employee), Minnetonka, MNMay 12, 2014
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 – more... 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. – less
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A great job
Branch Supervisor (Former Employee), Wauconda, ILMay 7, 2014
Pros: great customers, great staff
Cons: high goals
A GREAT PLACE TO WORK!!!
It is a sales job, you do have a personal goal that has to be meet every month, besides that everything is wonderful. You get to work with wonderful people, make friends, learn from one another.
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A starting point
Sales Associate (start) - Branch Manager (end) (Former Employee), VariousMay 6, 2014
Pros: flexibility
Cons: salary, negativity
On a typical work day I would assess what needed to be done in the branch. Make sure that all of my employees were taken care of and had anything they needed for the given day, and set up the sales schedule for the day. Usually the branch management and working crew got a long great, but it was upper management that made people feel replaceable and – more... not valued at their job. The hardest part of the job at times was being held to an unattainable goal. The most enjoyable part of my job was helping my employees learn and promote within to get them to where they would like to be with their careers. – less
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Banking
Branch Supervisor (Current Employee), MilwaukeeApril 28, 2014
Professional environment that ensures customer satisfaction and follow banking procedures.
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Good place to work
SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), Oaklawn, IlApril 19, 2014
Besides the sales goals this was a great place to work. Got promoted extremely fast and they noticed good work ethics
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Senior Branch Manager/Officer (Former Employee), Villa Park, ILApril 16, 2014
I was responsible for branch functions and sales on a daily basis. I led a staff of approx. 10 employees. Dealt with all customers issues and sales promotions.

Please see resume for further details.
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productive work place
Bank Teller (Former Employee), Chicago, ILApril 16, 2014
what I learned in this job is how to be a team player and achieve your cross selling goals.. it teached me how to be a great teller and how to better serve my customers on a daily basis
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Fun work environment
Personal Banker (Former Employee), Chicago, ILApril 14, 2014
Pros: great co-workers
Cons: short breaks
Learned to help customers with any and all issues and concerns
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Position with TCF
Sr. Bank Servicing Representative (Former Employee), Woodbury, MNApril 14, 2014
My position with TCF was a great positon, as I learned so much on the customer service side of things. I really liked dealing with customers and helping them with their bank accounts and offering different services to benefit their needs and wants.
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Fun Workplace with great Co-Workers
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Blaine, MNApril 7, 2014
A typical day at with involves producing numbers in sales as well as staying on top of your customer service while running various banking transactions.
I have learned so much about the banking world from working at TCF. It has been a great experience thus far. The management is great, as well as the co-workers. There are also a lot of perks, such as – more... tuition reimbursement and incentive opportunities.
The hardest part about working at TCF is staying on top of production goals. Consistency is hard to achieve in a banking environment. The best part of my job is when you fix a problem for a customer or when you hit your sales goals. I always find pleasure in knowing I did well. – less
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productive company
Assistant Branch Manager/Sales Manager (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, COApril 7, 2014
Pros: stability
Cons: not flexible
A typical day at work would just depend on the shift that was scheduled. We had many duties to fulfill as a workplace, but always came through because of the team of co-workers I was able to work with. Goals were always implemented and contest were held to boost moral. Hardest part of the job, was employee turnaround. Once the employees and the managers – more... were all at the same level, working with the team we had became fun, and very helpful. Upper management was not as successful as they should be. – less
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Great advancement opportunities
Banking Sales Representative-Branch Supervisor (Current Employee), Parker, COMarch 30, 2014
Pros: quick advancement in the company, fun sales events, great training
Cons: short or no breaks throughout the day(including lunch), low pay for amount of work required, very high stress environment
This is a great bank to get a foothold in within a year I was promoted to Shift Supervisor.

Great people and wonderful sales/retail banking opportunities.

If you are better at sales they will utilize that strength as well as if you are great at operations/teller.

A typical day for me begins with me arriving at or around 10am and making up to 30 sales – more... calls in order to promote account acquisition growth. At the middle of the day I switch over to the teller line and close the bank at 6:30pm. Throughout the day we may have a sales event between 11:00am-2:00pm which typically takes place at a business with 50+ employee's. – less
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Love building customer relationships
Banking Sales Representative II (Current Employee), Denver, COMarch 27, 2014
Pros: exposer to many sides of banking
Cons: compensation
Typical day will include working on the teller line 2 times a week. The rest of the week I am responsible for setting up 10 Outside sales, HVAP relationship calendar events a months for Green Valley Branch and 7 for Quebec Square Branch. Making sales prospector calls. Building HVAP Leads, going on outside sales events. Maintaing AQI calls. Opening personal – more... and business accounts.

Being at TCF Bank I have enhanced my customer service and sales skills. I have developed my event planning skill level.

Sometimes balancing all that I do can be challenging. I enjoy be actively involved with customers on a one on one level. I also enjoy planning events setting up HVAP and outside sales. – less
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Customer service and sales oriented
Supervisor (Former Employee), Sugar Grove, ILMarch 21, 2014
Dealt with escalated customer issues daily. Mostly sales focused job.
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Does not have work life balance
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Buffalo Grove, ILMarch 19, 2014
Does not have work like balance. Health benefits are not good.
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highly organized and diverse work environment
Supervisor (Former Employee), Chicago, ILMarch 18, 2014
Pros: benefits, vacations
Each day consisted of constant cash handling an direct customer interaction. I learn how to deal with and communicate with people of various ethnic backgrounds. Co-workers were very diverse. Company was very well management. The most enjoyable part of the job was aggressively competitive yet friendly work environment.
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Always learning
SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), AuroraMarch 18, 2014
Pros: training, coworkers
Cons: wage, working sundays
First of all, training is the best. Tcf has the best training from any other job I have ever worked for. My manager was so knowledgeable and always helped those individuals who needed it. This job is sales galore. If you can sell you will succeed, if you do not, you will learn! Hardest part was meetings your sales goal if you didn't start the month – more... strong but we got compensated well when we did awesome. Wage is a joke compared to other banks but commission and outings with our coworkers kind of even it out. Oh, I didn't enjoy working Sundays but it wasn't too bad. I only left because my location closed because the Jewel we were in closed and relocating was too far. – less

About TCF Bank

TCF Financial is the holding company for TCF National Bank, which offers retail and small-business services through more than – Read more