A Banker$ Life: The Diary of a Worker Bee

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Jul 8, 2016 - 130 pages

Sandy K. Jones began her banking career as a teller, just one of the many worker bees providing the first line of service to bank users-and the first line of defense against upset customers.

Over the years, Sandy has been yelled at by complete strangers, dealt with unexpected drive-thru visitors, and worked with the best and worst the industry has to offer. She survived it all with a deft sense of humor.

From the small family atmosphere of a community bank to large banks where people take a back seat to sales quotas, Sandy's seen it all. If you've ever wondered why the lines at banks are so long, A Banker$ Life has the answer!

Banks offer a view of the world in miniature. Watching her customers, Sandy has seen the times change-and not always for the best. When she started, manners were proper, and dress was conservative-a stark contrast to today's environment of disrespect and barely there clothing.

Yes, Sandy's seen it all. If you've ever suffered under the yoke of an unpleasant boss, been betrayed by a coworker, or had to deal with rude, angry, or just plain weird customers, you'll emphasize with Sandy's touching, funny stories.

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About the author (2016)

Sandy K. Jones recently retired after forty-two years in the banking industry. She began her career as a teller before moving on to become a financial service representative, branch manager, and senior customer service representative.

The eldest of three sisters, Jones credits her family for making her the person she is. She and her husband Larry live in central Florida. In addition to writing, Jones reads, gardens, and enjoys spending time with her three Papillons-Mikey, Emmma, and Rascal-as well as Tebow the cat.

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