Continental Currency Exchange
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Teller hourly salaries in Canada at Continental Currency Exchange

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Average salary
$16.24 per hour
Meets national average

Salary estimated from 39 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 12 months. Last updated: December 8, 2021

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Easy Work but Company Needs Improvement

I'll start by saying the work is super easy and honestly anyone could do this job. There's a lot of codes and things but there's a whole book of cheat sheet if you can't remember one. The company however, is super disorganized and unfairly balanced. A lot of people in this company have worked there forever and not everyone is super welcoming to newcomers. The district manager is the ceo/owners daughter and the few times I've actually seen her around she's been super awkward to talk to. Head office will randomly decide to switch you or get rid of your position without notice. The company accountant just got sent to my branch as a full time teller because they decided they just didn't need an accountant anymore. Full time employees do not get benefit which is a huge disappointment, not that you'll get the opportunity to move up while working here anyways. It's a good job to have to gain experience, especially with cash handling, or to work hours while looking for proper full time work.


Decent hours, easy work


No opportunity for advancement, no benefits, no job security
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Great place to work as a student part time or as a mom part-time

really enjoyed my time at CCE and learnt a ton of things that are going to be extremely beneficial to my career in business(I'm an undergrad student)


Great management, benefits, flexible schedule


Ideal for students or moms :)
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Look elsewhere

Before applying to this job you should read the reviews first. 90% of the reviews written on this company are very truthful. The reviews that mention no negative points are most likely written by people that are part of the "clique" or the favorites of the company mentioned in other reviews. Pros: Coworkers Your coworkers are only people in this company that makes coming to work worth while. They start to become your family if you stay long enough. To sum it up you will have a few cool people to share your pain while you all get shafted by upper management. Cons: Upper Management...minus the word management and that is what you get at this company. People above you who have no idea how to manage people in a respectful or professional manner. The president on the other hand is very friendly and professional. Its very unfortunate that the people who run the company apart from him makes working here a mostly negative experience. The DM is mostly to blame. She rarely gets back to managers or employees with there concerns which is frustrating. No benefits... need I say more? There is PAA which I find to be useless. You are reimbursed then taxed on it. Consistency- Nothing is consistent. They tell you one thing then change it the next day which happens repeatedly to the point you don't even know how to appropriately handle certain situations. Wages are not consistent what so-ever. A new hire can be making more hourly compared to someone who has worked for the company for years. They encourage everyone to keep their wages private but you will soon find that there is - 




Upper management No benefits No conisistency False promises UNPROFESSIONAL
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How much does a Teller make at Continental Currency Exchange in Canada?

Average Continental Currency Exchange Teller hourly pay in Canada is approximately $16.24, which meets the national average.

Salary information comes from 40 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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