Nedbank
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Nedbank Employee Review

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12 March 2018
My job is challenging since now the markets are down and most of the clients can't affort nor tend to buy bank products. However as a individual you need to excel and reach your monthly sales targets by working efficiently and perform very well. The fun part come to point whereby you make a connection and relationship with clients and customers which it needs to be maintained on a good level at all times.
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Bonus
Cons
Working on sundays
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