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#160869 - 02/16/04 10:10 AM Cashier behaviour
Simon Offline
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Just a question : I'm auditing the cash security , and I'm wondering if I have to mention what should the cashier behaviour in case of hold-up ?, and should we have written procedures for that ?

Thanks for your help .
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#160870 - 02/16/04 12:11 PM Re: Cashier behaviour

I am concern about answering your question on the net. In my view, this type of procedure should not be made public. What do you think?

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#160871 - 02/16/04 12:14 PM Re: Cashier behaviour
Joe Offline
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I agree. This type of procedure should not placed on the net.

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#160872 - 02/16/04 01:03 PM Re: Cashier behaviour

Come on folks, don't be ridiculous. Of course he should have procedures and of course they should be in writing. Now, have I disclosed any deep dark secrets?

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#160873 - 02/16/04 01:58 PM Re: Cashier behaviour
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OK, happy President's Day to everybody, now let's chill out. All posts heretofore are correct, sure, there must be policy and procedures to follow in the case of a robbery, but should a bank disclose them in a public forum ? No, of course not. Everybody go on over to the watercooler for a good joke or virtual adult beverage.
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#160874 - 02/17/04 03:13 PM Re: Cashier behaviour
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Yes, procedures should be in place and training covering those procedures needs to happen at least one a year.

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