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 Do Part-Time Bank Tellers Get Benefits?

Answer Part-time workers are defined as workers who log fewer than 40 hours per week. The types of benefits offered to part-time bank tellers vary from company to company and hinge on the number of hours ... Read More »
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Why are bank tellers called tellers?

The verb "tell" is an Old English word that stemmed from the word "tellen". This word meant to count, reckon, consider or account. Since bankers count and sort money, they became referred to as "ba... Read More »
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Can an Employer Withhold Benefits for Part-time Employees Working Full-time Hours?

Most states classify part-time employees as those working 35 hours or less while full-time employees are those working 40 hours or more. The Fair Labor Standards Act, which addresses such issues as... Read More »
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How much do bank tellers get paid?

As of November 2009, the average annual salary for bank tellers in the United States was $37,000. The average hourly rate for tellers in the U.S. varies, depending on the city and state, the compa... Read More »
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How much do bank tellers make?

According to Degreefinders.com, as of September 2009, the middle 50 percent of bank tellers can expect to earn $21,381 to $25,365 a year, while the highest 10 percent may make upwards of $27,000. A... Read More »
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