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Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 15, 2013 New
Interview Details – I submitted my application online and was asked to take a survey for the Teller position. I did a phone interview with a recruiter and scheduled an interview. I did a one-on-one with the Branch Manager and got an offer the next day. I thought the whole process was very easy and the recruiter was very friendly.
Interview Question – No difficult or unexpected question. I know one of my coworkers had to sell something to the Branch Manager and Assistant Manager during his interview. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiating. I had no experience, they started me at $11.36. At the time I was making $8.25, so to me, it was more than acceptable.
Accepted Offer – Reviewed Dec 5, 2012
Interview Details – First part of the hiring process is an assessment test that you have to pass in order to go into the first step which is the ''group'' interview. During the group interview based on your personality and how you interact with others they can tell where you belong, and if you qualify! second step is the one on one with the branch manager which your asked questions on your past job experiences and are asked to act a role play.
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