I'm feeling down and don't like my job?
When I was hired a year ago, I was told that I'll be a universal banker (teller and personal banker) I worked so hard,, took all the tests required and nothing changed. I talked to my manger , the general manager but still nothing changed. last month our branch closed, and I had to be transferred to another branch. I talked to the manager and the general manger about my desire to perform opening accounts procedure. and other more complex transaction. the manager said yes but didn't give me a time frame.. As I'm working in this branch I noticed that there's a lot of politics . The manager wanted to turn me against a senior rep working there ( that I don't have any problem with) and the other senior rep was talking to me about how she doesn't like the manager's style. I'm not seeing any advancement in my career, The economy is bad and I'm skeptical about changing jobs. I really don't know what to do or how should I take a decision any ideas or suggestions
Asked By: lost b - 2/25/2009
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I know it sucks but stick with it until the economic problem passes. I've been jobless for a while now and because of the recession i still can't find one. I guess your just gonna have to suck it up until the recession passes because a bad job is better than no job.
Answered By: sarrellschultz - 2/25/2009
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Well the economy really stinks no matter where you go. I would suggest kissing as much 'bottom' as you can and see if you can brown nose your way up. Good luck.
Answered By: becca - 2/25/2009
I would start looking for a job "immediately... More
Answered By: gaza - 2/25/2009
I totally understand where you are coming from. I work in the retail industry in high end sales. I understand that politics and the "grey area" answers. I just starting working from home and love it. I still work my full time job, I just wanted to try something that would help me make ends meet and possibly turn... More
Answered By: Aaron B - 2/25/2009
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