That is good point and her junior staff will obviously be on less - quite a bit would imagine - pity some of the bonuses her superiors are famed for receiving cant filter down. Although cant help thinking the banks focus should be on actually improving customer service more and less on asking the customers to say they are happy
Well done you , on both counts . Hope the taxi proves profitable . Self employment has it's drawbacks but many benefits , exploit them , legally of course , lol . If you haven't already ,get a good accountant.Save you a lot of money .ATB
Not a bad wee lift approximate 10%........ i had to go out but luckily managed to get back to house before close and watched price for 20 minutes, which resulted I think in a rise of 2 pence. might be wrong there,,,, still looking for new position but to start getting money into house i bought a taxi few weeks ago and have started running that. Will sell it when/if I get new position. Keeps the wolf from the door as they say......................
your nimber was in the old copany phone that i gave back,,,,,,,,,,,,, i will mkae up a new hotmail address and when we are both on will post it, then close it..........that ok with you
Only things i really learned by watching that programme was that the very young (28?) manager was paranoid about her branch's performance rating and that she was only paid in the region of £20K and not the £40K suggested by the interviewer.........seems not a lot for a large branch with 30 staff.
Insight into Nat West / RBS branch
Last Tuesday watched The Bank a Matter of Life and Debt on BBC 2 interesting programme filmed in a selected Nat West branch . After the divestment caused by EEC I believe RBS will only have Nat West branches in England but also that RBS branches operate in very similar way now . There are two further episodes next one 9.30pm on Tuesday, June 30, on BBC2 . Worth watching I think for a behind the scenes look at how the bank operates and its priorities
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