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6 days ago

Teller / Sales Associate

TCF Naperville, IL +3 locations

Actively promote, sell and refer TCF products and services to potential customers. Utilize networking and paid training to drive sales. Make cold… TCF


6 days ago

Bilingual Spanish Teller / Sales Associate

TCF Crystal Lake, IL

Actively promote, sell and refer TCF products and services to potential customers. Utilize networking and paid training to drive sales. Make cold… TCF


6 days ago

Experienced Commercial Underwriter

TCF Burr Ridge, IL

of loan terms and conditions and a written narrative explaining business background, outlining risk factors and justifying assigned risk rating… TCF


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    I learned a great deal while working at TCF Bank.

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Teller II  in  Aurora, IL
    Former Employee - Sales Associate/Teller II in Aurora, IL

    I worked at TCF Bank part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    You learn a lot. You learn how to sell different products and services to existing and potential clients, you learn how to speak politely and professionally with your colleagues as well as clients, you learn how the banking system works and you learn to manage your time and keep up to date with policy changes, etc...

    Cons

    Sometimes you are micro-managed which can become annoying and disrupt you from doing what you do best without someone looking over your shoulder all the time. I think that they should receive some extra PTO.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please do not come and give surprise visits, that only scares employees and lower management and they are constantly thinking about if you are going to show up or not and they don't focus on accomplishing their goals. Of course, you can have sales goals and deadlines and give warnings if they are not met but do not threaten their jobs because this will make them feel insecure and not perform to the best of their ability.

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