Does any one have any tips on how to prepare for a bank teller job?

I received a job offer as a bank teller and I start work december 1st. I have been out of the workforce for 8 years and I'm a little nervous about reentering. Could any one tell me what I should expect when I first start. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

Asked By: finetigersgod - 11/16/2008
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2 weeks of training and tests to make sure you understand all the info are typical. My daughter works in a bank and thats what she had to do. Take lots of notes. You'll do just fine :) Good luck and congrats.
Answered By: Improper Bostonian - 11/16/2008
Additional Answers (5)
Don't mention any previous criminal convictions for theft or embezzlement.
Answered By: Breeze - 11/16/2008
well start counting like 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 and every mutiple there is then you will do good
Answered By: Katelyn C - 11/16/2008
Learn the difference between a $1 bill and a $10 bill.
Answered By: Harpo the K - 11/16/2008
Being a bank teller can be a bit chaotic. I'm going on two years as a bank teller now. The important thing is to stay positive with all your customers even if you just helped one who got mad at you for no apparent reason. There are many customers who don't keep up with any of their transactions and want you to read... More
Answered By: tru2herslfmisfit - 11/16/2008
Well, I don't know about Bank Teller and how to prepare but there are some basics that I can suggest. Always get to work 15 minutes early. There's nothing worse then starting your day off in a rush. Get to bed on time so that you can get a full 8 hours of rest. Stay away from office politics and gossip. Don't look... More
Answered By: Church Lady - 11/16/2008
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