Nedbank
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Nedbank Employee Review

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9 January 2019
The day to day operations required running the client service center branch. I learnt to work independently. The regional manager was supportive and visits the branch on a routine of 3 times a week. The workplace culture is good everyone is a team player. The hardest part of the job is when some gets declined because they don't meet the requirements and there's nothing you can do. The most enjoyable part is to be able to help someone who is in desperate need.
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