I feel that the bank could be a great place to work if you were more interested in looking out for the bank rather then the customers. The policies and procedures is miles and miles long, and it takes longer to learn the job then your probation period. You have to be adaptable and have thick skin. You also have to be able to say no quite regularly. As a relatively new hire, I was only given someone to teach me for two weeks, and after that management was very hard to come by for answers, unless you've made a mistake, then they would be sure to let you know. There's "job aids" that are available on the computer system, but you have to know what the title of it would be to effectively find it. It makes for a very long process if you have a customer waiting. I enjoy the customer aspect of this position and I feel that's probably it.