What needs to go into the procedures? What needs to stay out? Who should write the procedures and what is the purpose? In today’s environment it is important to get every branch on the same page and set expectations on handling cash, checks, security and all the issues that teller’s face. Join us for an overview on writing teller training and procedures. They go hand in hand with success at the frontline.
- What categories of procedures and training should you concentrate on when you begin
- Simple procedures and rules that help new tellers
- Breaking down the content so you can begin your own manual or online learning program
- Checks, security, financial institution procedures, dress code, professional skills and more
- Painting the future for the teller so that he or she will stay
- Rules are to help and not terrify our tellers
- Using experienced tellers to help mentor the new ones
What You Will Receive
You will receive a template of over 400+ pages that you can use to begin your training and written procedures.
Who Should Attend?Training, human resources, head tellers, supervisors, branch administration and tellers who will be involved in writing and setting company procedures.
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