Community banks are learning that it can be difficult teaching old bankers new tricks.

Replacing traditional tellers and customer service agents with universal bankers has become a popular option for financial institutions that are eager to reinvent their branches as foot traffic declines. The transition can prove challenging and anxiety inducing for some employees, while requiring extensive training that focuses heavily on the art of selling products.

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