Productive banking and client services in the financial industry.
o Branch Manager 2 (Current Employee), Ashburn, VA – February 17, 2014
Pros: make my own schedule
Cons: short and sometimes no breaks. more than 55 hours a week at times
A typical day in this role starts with a strong team morning huddle beginning with recognition. After recognition we'll go through deliverables for the day including scheduling, sales commitments, service commitments, and month to date performance. Throughout the day it's a lot of client relationship building and helping all who walk through our door – more... become financially successful. Enthusiasm and passion for cleint relationship building customer service is a must to be successful in this role.
In this role I perfected my cleint services and relationship building skills. This role also helped solidify my time management, business analysis, and leadership skills. I learned how to lead and push a team to perform like never before. I learned how to inspire and motivate a once low performing team member and lead by example.
My manager and higher ups are phenomenal. They lead by example and don't micro manage as long as you hit your numbers in sales, service, and operations. Employee retention is a major focus at Wells Fargo. Quarterly review's are a must and monthly one-on-one's are essential to keep all team members engaged.
The hardest part of my job is beggining the month slow. It's never easy to dig out of a deficit. Planning each day and executing effectively will always lead to success. – less
Financial Consultant (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – April 18, 2014
Pros: good pay, good benifits
Cons: some of the managers should not be in the position, many people have been at the current job for years with no movement
Depending on what line of business you are in the company offers career growth and advancement if you get into the right line. I have learned about the Retirement and Broker Compensation process along with all Retail Reporting
Consumer Loan Underwriter 3 (Former Employee), Tempe, AZ – April 18, 2014
Pros: pto, 401k
Cons: top down management, employee opinions not listened to at all
I had been with the company for many years and ended my last job as a conventional mortgage underwriter 3. Four layoffs in a six month time period. Highly unstable, LIS system is forty years old and terrible. Management is not open to employee ideas. Sink or swim mentality towards all. I developed high blood pressure from all the stress. Limited resources – more... available for assistance. Frequently people crying from all the stress. All other areas of the company I had been in prior to home mortgage were great. – less
Digital Print Technician (Former Employee), Charlotte, NC – April 17, 2014
using digital printers process a verity of specialty print jobs for multiple banking clients, learned usage of multiple software programs, printers, image combinations, banking products, management was ok, co-workers were ok, pretty easy job overall
Underwriter / Flood & Condo Ins SME (Former Employee), SAN DIEGO, CA – April 16, 2014
Pros: thoughtful about the employees
Cons: potential for layoffs
GREAT MANAGERS VERY ACTIVE BUSY JOB POTENTIAL FOR LEARNING/ADVANCEMENT AS AVAILABLE AWARD SYSTEM / VALUED EMPLOYEE RESPECTFUL CO-WORKERS TIME CONSTRAINTS ARE ALWAYS THE MOST DIFFICULT WORKING WITH PEOPLE AND STAYING BUSY
Fantastic pay and benefits with a flexible work/life balance
Sales Development Consultant (Current Employee), Minneapolis, MN – April 16, 2014
My last role (Sales Development Consultant) did not have a "typical" day - it was a jack-of-all-trades position. I handled written/verbal communications, copy editing, internal marketing, project management, team supervision, business integration, and compliance.