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(1:1 Hiring Mgr) What is the extent of your cash handling experience?

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Mention any cashiering jobs or cash office jobs and be specific with how much money you handled on average. You will also be asked if you were solely accountable for your drawer/safe.

East N.Y. Savings Bank, Mid Town Location:NYC., Lead / Head Teller. Citibank: World Trade Center and Queens, NYC., 2x different locations. NYC.

Lead / Head Teller in Queens, and a High Priority Teller at Wall Street, N.Y.C.T.A. Location BROOKLYN n QUEENS, NY. Cash Handler for over 5 years, On a Average DAY of BY Hand Cash Handled was $200.00K, or higher. McCoy Federal Credit Union, Location ORLANDO, FL. $$ amounts would vary from day to day. PGA Credit Union, Location PBG. $$$ amounts would vary day to day, Friedman 's Jewlers Location WPB., FL. Assistance Store Manager n Credit Manager. $$$ varied from day to day, as well as the jewelry. SAM'S Location: WPB. FL. COS/CSM Cashier. OVER 2 years. Handling CASH $$ was a big Part of responsibility as well as Member / Customer Service. I started working at 15 years old, n I've always dealt with Zero Mistakes / Errors made, when it came the end of the day to Prove Out / Count Drawer Down. Bonded in 2 states, NY and FL. Thank you for your time, it is appreciated. KATHLEEN Uzzo

I was asked if I have went out of my way to a problem solved and if the customer was satisfied.

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Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

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What's your favorite part of being a teller?

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What is your least favorite thing about being a teller?

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The questions were the usual, with nothing unexpected. Both interviewers asked me about situations where I dealt with a disgruntled or upset customer, and a situation in which I had to multitask, and how I felt about working under pressure.

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Name a time you have been discriminated against.

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What differentiates you from othr candidates interested in this position?

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Why, after all of your experiences in very different organizations do you want to be a teller and why Capital One?

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Nothing really -- it's all SALES focused. You're not a teller there, you're a sales associate. Your job is to sell accounts. That is how you are judged, that is how you are promoted, that is the reason why you may be fired.

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