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Part Time Teller (25 hours)- NE Texas-Central Mall Br – new

Capital One Texarkana, TX

As a Teller at Capital One, you will play a vital role in our customer’s banking experience. You will champion our… Capital One


1 day ago

East Texas -Texas Blvd- Part TimeTeller (25 hours) – new

Capital One Texarkana, TX

As a Teller at Capital One, you will play a vital role in our customer’s banking experience. You will champion our… Capital One


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Capital One Founder, Chairman & CEO Richard D. Fairbank
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    Former Employee - Teller I in Texarkana, TX
    Former Employee - Teller I in Texarkana, TX

    I worked at Capital One part-time (More than a year)

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    Pros

    Training program for new hires is one of the best I've seen. The company as a whole has a great culture and great benefits. They offer tuition reimbursement, even if you are using a degree that may not be relevant to work in a banking environment. The traditional benefits (insurance, 401k, etc.) are also some of the best I've seen, at least in the area I live. The company encourages advancement and prefers to promote within.

    Cons

    The local management is has too many cliques and doesn't like to work with those who choose not to be part of their cliques. If you don't fit in with their group, they will make work very difficult and will criticize even things you do correctly. The district manager that was hired during my time with Capital One also had unrealistic goals for branches in our area. He had never worked in the lower levels of the banking industry (teller, relationship banker, branch manager) and had only been upper level management since moving to banking, therefore he set unrealistic expectations.

    Advice to Management

    Anyone in management who has never actually worked as part of a team in a branch should always be required to as part of their training before being allowed to take the position.


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