Bank of America Employee Reviews for Teller
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I learned a lot while working for Bank of America. I learned how to make deposits and transfers for our clients so they can have easy access to their money. Presenting our clients with products that could be beneifical to them was also a part of my job that I enjoyed. As a college student I was able to work and go to my classes with having to worry about my work schedule.
Manager was exceptional to both staff and customers. Customers were mostly friendly as well as the longterm coworkers. It was a smoothly run, professional yet warm environment. The only stressful part was to not be able to meet sales requirements, our branch had a large % of older folks/retirees who were not interested in new loans and ccs.
I worked there before and it’s was ok I did advance pretty quickly but fear of making a mistake daily was stressful they were very diligent in operations area
Bankers hours, was promoted a couple times
Felt like I was going to get fired everyday if I made 1 mistake
I started working at BOA in September of 2019 and I started as part time teller. Since January of last year I have been working as full time. Monday through Friday and I have had countless conversations with the manager about this and no change has been made. I am still considered part time and on work day when I go on vacation am only paid for 4 hours instead of 8 because of this. When I reached out to HR they were completely useless and said “I could work up to 6 days a week and still be considered part time”. And they once told me that they had “max” full time tellers. Yet all tellers became bankers and now I am the only teller left.
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I enjoyed talking to the clients at bank of America. Giving back to the community was fun. The management wasn't good, you can clearly see favoritism. Too much pressure to meet quota, especially around a low income neighborhood.
Opportunity to volunteer in your community, healthcare benefits, job advancement
Management, sales quota
a typical workday includes : Arriving early, counting cash and setting up for customers. Here i learned that money is more important then employees and thats just what it is. I also learned alot about banking through great training programs i was provided while employed.Management was not good as they did not lead nor listen and act on employees concerns to make a comfortable workplace. Instead instilled fear i its employees. Workplace culture was okay. It all depends on personality. The work place was not diverse. Hardest art of the job was not feeling supported by management, but often criticized and pushed to reach numbers and goals with no reward but lots of scolding along the way. The most nejoyable part of the job was the few customers that were regulars that cared. That remembered previous conversations, childrens birthdays etc.
Appoints pre approved, customers, pay
covid ruined everything, no extra funds, less hours, benefits
By far one of the best companies to work for the way BofA takes care of all their employees and the team development you build is awesome! Everyone is family!
Free lunches and business attire
Financial center locations typically don't have the time for paid 15min breaks
The truth a I was a bank teller enjoyed my job but they are always Under staff so expect a very busy day depending on bank location. I would recommend this job for anyone that is good with Numbers and organized because you aren’t you will always be short when balancing your money box.