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Open discussions and open door policy which allows you to ask and learn whenever to need guidance. You are also exposed to a lot of banking regulations which you need to understand and be able to interpret in order to apply them. Allows self management.
My Day started with a daily 8am Management meeting with the head of the department and other Managers. The Rest of the day would be filled with tight deadlines and delegating tasks to my subordinates. I loved the flexibility that my job allowed me to structure my own as well as my Team's activities in order to achieve targets
A typical day at work is very fast paced. I have alot of client to attend to from the morning. I deal with creditors which is not always easy. We are constantly learning about the product and how to handle clients. Management is always there to assist. The hardest part of the job is when we are unable to assist clients no matter what we try and do. I do enjoy engaging with all types of people and helping them where I can.
Not enough time for the work load
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A typical day in the office is typically very fast paced with lots of meetings with diverse individuals, actioning a lot of tasks and responding to tons of emails from clients.
Learning and development opportunities
Company culture is not embedded in innovation
I was happy for more than 10years. However, the digitalisation is forcing many people to become jobless Some managers push for your develipment but sadly there is back biting.
Spent longer than 35 years at Nedbank. Like anything in life it had its ups and downs and fortunately there were more ups than downs. I loved being busy,put under pressure and delivering. I hated quiet times over holiday periods.
Start work at 7 am generally. Learn to negotiate, structures deals, to deliver customer service and general admininstration. Manaement has an open door policy, but there is still a sense of favoritism. Culture is generally good, but office politica is visible. Convincing Credit department to approve a new facility for a client. Meeting new people.
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