The Move to Another Branch

In the world of banking, the people on the front lines of the industry are known as tellers. These are the people who are expected to help customers with all of their day to day banking needs. It is often a thankless and miserable position to hold. These are their stories. These are their legends…

Two days into my new location and I felt like things were going great.  I had traded in a convenient, local, part-time position for a long drive and a full-time job. It was totally worth it.

Here are some of the benefits that came about since moving to my new branch:

There was a customer that regularly came in and brought Krispy Kreme doughnuts for the bank employees. May God forever bless that man.The Move to Another Branch - DoughnutsThere was another customer that hooked the bank employees up with free passes to advance screenings of upcoming movies. At the time, I was hoping he would come through with an advance showing of the second Transformers movie. I ended up disappointed by that one (on both counts).

There seemed to be no end to the attractive women from NC State who happened to frequent that branch of the bank.

We got to listen to music while we did our work. That made the environment so much more pleasant.

In those first days, there had been no hassling from my new manager about ridiculous sales goals, nor did I expect that to happen. At least not as psychotically as my former manager.

Did I mention the hot girls that came into the bank on a regular basis?

My co-workers were pretty nice, too. One of them shared my sister’s name and, sometimes, when I closed my eyes, I could’ve sworn she was Mindy Kaling. She didn’t look like her at all, but her voice was spot on.The Move to Another Branch - Mindy KalingSo I liked the new place where I was working. It may have just been a new car smell kind of thing. After all, these memories come from only two days into the new position. The honeymoon period was bound to end at some point.

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