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Tri City National Bank - TCNB for short - is overall a great company to work for. My management was encouraging and always willing to help out wherever needed, even if it meant pulling themselves away from their workload. The branch I worked for truly held itself to the mission statement of "defining our success by yours" both in regards to customers and employees alike. On average, the pay is lower when compared with other financial institutions, as well as having longer hours (branches open as early as 8am and closing as late as 7pm) and still being open for a good number of bank holidays. Additionally, the systems they use are severely outdated, run slowly, and go down fairly frequently; these things all lead to a wider margin for human error when operating the system, and also creates problems in regards to fund availability and account management during the above mentioned bank holidays the branches are open. There also always seems to be a high turnover rate, and the branches are always looking for help due to being short staffed. TCNB was a fantastic place to work and if I were to be in the area and job searching again I would gladly reapply, but the handful of problems - uncontrollable as some of them are - add a good amount of stress to a job that is otherwise amazing. Thank you for taking the time to write your review and for saying Tri City is a great company to work for. All feedback, positive and those with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. System goes down a lot and tellers still counting money by hand out of the drawer. All feedback, positive and with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. We'd love to continue the discussion, and are always available at hr2@ This company does not care about you as a person at all! Great people, care about customers, tellers greet cust. The training sucks the follow-up sucks and the pay sucks. Get the experience and move on to a better organized bank. The branches stay short staffed so you are constantly asked to cover other branches and sometimes not given an option. Can’t trust anyone you work with because they will turn around and stab you in the neck. Often make you travel to other locations far from yours without asking, just expect you to. All feedback, positive and with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. We'd love to continue the discussion, and are always available at hr2@ Typical day at work starts either fast paced or slow depending what time shift starts. Hardest part of the job is keeping up with bank procedures and new products. Working there for over two years was absolutely horrible. They will constantly pile up your work but never pay you for additional tasks. All feedback, positive and with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. We'd love to continue the discussion, and are always available at hr2@ I learned a lot about transactions and the banking system as well as the sales part of banks. Management was judgemental, rude and completely disrespectful. They do not care about you personally and even taking issues to higher authority gets you no where. They advance individuals who are undeserving and training is awful as well. Very repetitive work, not much room for growth, managers are decent for the most part, co workers could be clicky or grouchy. The pay is average, the position is not hard but at the time i worked there the computer program they used made the work take twice as long to do. I continued to come up with new ideas that were not always welcomed. They needed to upgrade their systems and offer better pay. Was allowed to create my work schedule, and I met all deadlines. Tri City National Bank - TCNB for short - is overall a great company to work for. My management was encouraging and always willing to help out wherever needed, even if it meant pulling themselves away from their workload. The branch I worked for truly held itself to the mission statement of "defining our success by yours" both in regards to customers and employees alike. On average, the pay is lower when compared with other financial institutions, as well as having longer hours (branches open as early as 8am and closing as late as 7pm) and still being open for a good number of bank holidays. Additionally, the systems they use are severely outdated, run slowly, and go down fairly frequently; these things all lead to a wider margin for human error when operating the system, and also creates problems in regards to fund availability and account management during the above mentioned bank holidays the branches are open. There also always seems to be a high turnover rate, and the branches are always looking for help due to being short staffed. TCNB was a fantastic place to work and if I were to be in the area and job searching again I would gladly reapply, but the handful of problems - uncontrollable as some of them are - add a good amount of stress to a job that is otherwise amazing. Thank you for taking the time to write your review and for saying Tri City is a great company to work for. All feedback, positive and those with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. System goes down a lot and tellers still counting money by hand out of the drawer. All feedback, positive and with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. We'd love to continue the discussion, and are always available at hr2@ This company does not care about you as a person at all! Great people, care about customers, tellers greet cust. The training sucks the follow-up sucks and the pay sucks. Get the experience and move on to a better organized bank. The branches stay short staffed so you are constantly asked to cover other branches and sometimes not given an option. Can’t trust anyone you work with because they will turn around and stab you in the neck. Often make you travel to other locations far from yours without asking, just expect you to. All feedback, positive and with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. We'd love to continue the discussion, and are always available at hr2@ Typical day at work starts either fast paced or slow depending what time shift starts. Hardest part of the job is keeping up with bank procedures and new products. Working there for over two years was absolutely horrible. They will constantly pile up your work but never pay you for additional tasks. All feedback, positive and with opportunity, are learning experiences for us to make our great, hometown bank even better. We'd love to continue the discussion, and are always available at hr2@ I learned a lot about transactions and the banking system as well as the sales part of banks. Management was judgemental, rude and completely disrespectful. They do not care about you personally and even taking issues to higher authority gets you no where. They advance individuals who are undeserving and training is awful as well. Very repetitive work, not much room for growth, managers are decent for the most part, co workers could be clicky or grouchy. The pay is average, the position is not hard but at the time i worked there the computer program they used made the work take twice as long to do. I continued to come up with new ideas that were not always welcomed. They needed to upgrade their systems and offer better pay. Was allowed to create my work schedule, and I met all deadlines.

date: 25-Aug-2021 22:00next


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