The armed guard (me) cried thanking her. Rip.
In late november my cat had a surprise medical emergency, and essentially canceled what little pandemic christmas we had planned.
$100 isnt alot to some people i know. But moneys been TIGHT. For WEEKS, bad enough that i havent been able to buy groceries, and i still have to pay back my dad for helping get me a car, after my old one completely shit out. That $100 was the difference between a light bill or gas this month.
Edit; to all those whove reached out to me offering $ thank you, if you would like to give me $ to help please consider giving the $ you wouldve spared for me to any of the commenters below who are in need. If you dont wish to do that then please put the money towards any gofundme for anyones pets medical bills of your choosing, in memory of my not deceased but no longer with me, Munchkin (surrendered to vet so he could get the surgery he needed, live, and be rehomed as a special needs cat) Thank you.
So, to cheer myself up, I bought a puppy.
Hopefully it's ok to post a link to youtube of Dr Ramani here but in this video on truth tellers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOEFh5042JQ&ab_channel=DoctorRamani
She mentions at the end that some truth tellers become entrepreneurs because they want to run and be in control of a healthy business (healthy in the way employees are treated, healthy behaviour in positions of power etc), because they don't want to participate in toxic structures.
I think i've always wanted to run a small business or website but could never really work out the source of that desire, until now.
I'd go one step further maybe and say it's a fear of subjecting myself into a position where someone / people are in control above me, due to my experience with Ndad.
Does this ring true for anyone else?
Regardless what sort of work does everyone do?
Credit Union in Q2 2020, i could withdraw $400-$600 cash from ATM and $3000-5000 from teller. Credit Union in Nov 2020 withdraw $400 cash from ATM. Credit union this week 12/29/20, withdraw limit $300 and cash from teller $1000 limit
Bank of America beginning of December 2020, withdraw limit $300 cash from ATM. Bank of America today 12/29/20, withdraw limit $100 cash from ATM.
I also noticed continious decline of credit unions participating in services for other credit unions. Their ATMs no longer allow withdrawal unless you are specific member to them and no teller services.
Magicians Noah Sonie, Malin Nilsson, Peter Samelson, and Michael Karl try to fool the veteran duo with their illusions.
The branch inside Albertsons at 1434 Olney Ave SE, Port Orchard, WA 98366 has a SICK EMPLOYEE working as a teller today. She was the one and only teller working. When I questioned her about her illness she said it was "sinuses". All the while her manager (I assume) is working at a desk right next to her and did absolutely nothing!
She looked miserable (like when you have the flu) and sounded terrible (upper respiratory congestion).
Unconscionable to have any employees working who are exhibiting signs of illness. I couldn't believe it. Further I was at the same branch approx 2 weeks ago and both tellers were not covering their noses with masks. WHAT IS GOING ON THERE?!!!!!
Mostly a general rant- I'm not a teller. I'm an operations manager, and my spectrum of duties center around the operational soundness of my branch. Right now, I'm supposed to be working on a long term project modernizing our physical branch records that go back 70 years. However, my branch has had a hard time keeping tellers, so most of the time I've been relegated to teller duty. So has my branch manager actually. It's maddening that my bank can't keep tellers, but also that I have important time sensitive things to work on. I'm good with time management, but the constant interruptions by customers makes doing sustained work difficult.
Anyway, I hope that my bank can get at least one other body into my branch so that I can go back to my project. It's also been frustrating because we've had a renovation going on that prevented me from accessing the files or storing them in a different location.
I also need to find a quiet place to work where customers won't see me, because whenever I'm in their field of vision, they'll come to me for help, even if I have paperwork in front of me and colleagues are unoccupied.
So I haven't seen much discussion on how we handle the salary cap in the next year or two.
Baker, Chubb, Teller, Ward, and few others will all need to be paid big money. Who do you think will take the Tom Brady approach and take a little less money on a team friendly deal, and who do you think we are going to have trouble re-signing because they want top 3 money?
I'm probably missing a few other key contributors to the team that have contracts expiring soon, but these are the 4 biggest names I could think of.
I love the finance and banking industry as a whole and find it very interesting, but I don't know how this job as a teller will lead to anything besides branch manager years down the road. And I absolutely would not want to be a branch manager, sounds miserable.
Who has transitioned from teller to something else in the bank more interesting and sophisticated that wasn't customer service oriented? I am really thinking of doing an MBA and seeing what opportunities will open up as a result. I'd love to hear from others who started as a teller and now work something much better and lucrative.
He seems to be played in a lot in Commander and is pretty viable in the meta. Do fans just not enjoy a deck based around this Commander?
I was recently hired as a bank teller. Just posting here in case any experienced folk want to share the things they most wish they’d known when they were beginning their banking career. Thank you in advance for sharing.
WIBTA if I snitched on a bank teller?
Yesterday, I went to my old place of employment to withdraw money and purchase a gift card. I went in and didn’t know anyone except the branch manager but she didn’t recognize me which is fine because I wanted in and out.
The teller who helped me didn’t know me and I didn’t know her. She treated me just like anyone else. But, she never asked for my ID.
Anyway, this teller withdrew a $100 from my account and handed it back to me in a gift card. I had my wallet out of my purse, ready to hand it over. But, she never asked. I realize now, I should have said something then, but I didn’t.
Since I know the branch manager, I am thinking of emailing her and telling her. The part where I am questioning is that this particular woman is NASTY. She runs her branches like the Marine Corps and she will chew this woman a new butthole 10 times over. She actually retired around the same time I left and was asked to come back to straighten out this branch.
I feel I have a legitimate customer complaint, the fraud around holidays is especially bad and I don’t want anyone to walk in and be able to just take money out of my account! But man, I worry about the girl getting chewed out.