Pros: Flexible time, rewards programs
Cons: Policy's for each department changed every year, benefits cost increased yearly with less coverage
A typical day at work was spent solving problems and researching items my group could not locate on their own. Making phone calls to track down documents and handling irrate customers with last minute request. Going to meetings daily and having meetings with my team. Hardest part of my job was seperating friendship from business which had to be done when I became a coodinator as well as getting use to talking in front of a room full of people during meetings and ect. The most enjoyable part of my job was it was a relaxed environment and our immediate group were fun and hard working together as a team. Also helping others within the bank when there was a legal issue that needed to be handled right away was rewarding to know that I could be a part of that. During meetings I would reward them until I was told I was making the other coordinators look bad and could no longer bring them breakfast or little suprises. During my time at Wachovia it was a great place to work, it all changed after wewere bought out by Wells Fargo and was no longer as pleasant. My co-workers outside my immediate group were great to work with for the most part. The new management made rules for different areas although we were all the same department therefore this caused drama and confusion on a daily basis.It got to the point that we were only allowed to speak to the ones within our direct group and changed the whole moral of the area which made it more and more difficult to come to work and be happy. I will say that I learned how to be a great leader and to not be so shy with the training classes we were allowed to stay after hours and take as well as how to handle stressful situations without getting others envolved or allowing it to effect my team.