Teller (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – June 23, 2017
Very friendly atmosphere, moderate working pace, very diverse. very easy to learn just have to be very careful when handling cash and counting the currency. Best part of the job is when we get donuts from dunking donuts.
Bank teller (Former Employee) – Calallen, TX – June 23, 2017
They play favorites, they have horrible sales tactics (they got sued for it so I don't think they have that anymore) but it was still so horrible. The staff was always talking about each other and management never did anything about it. Place just sucked!!!
Teller (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – June 22, 2017
Every day at work is rewarding. Team members encourage and support one another. Management is supportive of career goals and works to help you develop into the role that you're hoping to move toward. Pay/benefits are good.
Research/Remediation Associate (FET) (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 22, 2017
Wells Fargo definitely has some of the best benefits that I have seen from a company in a long time. Medical and dental is amazing as well as vision along with other perks such as a 401k in which WF matches up to 6% of your contribution and provide every employee with a 1-2% dividend deposited into their 401k every April.
Customer Service Representative/Call Center (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – June 22, 2017
BB&T was a great place to learn about banking. What to do and what not to do when it comes to your financial life. i had great supervisors. BB&T was a great place to get get my foot in the door when it came to call center experience
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – June 22, 2017
I have worked with Wells for 5 years and it's been an amazing experience! I have received 5 promotions in the 5 years I've been with the company and every person that I've met along the way has always been so kind and helpful! Wells Fargo is truly a family.
very little communication for the lowest tier of employees. the stronger the bottom is of a company the easier it is to support the rest of the higher ups. however they felt differently and did not seem to care about me or my peers in my same level of employment.
there needs to be more awareness of floor moral. It is very low. management does not seem as involved as they have been in the past. compensation is extremely lower than other financial intuitions for the same positions.
Business Systems Consultant 6 (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 22, 2017
The work load and communication to employees planned out by business stakeholders is poorly managed and planned. Employees are forced to take blame for poor management decisions. Wells Fargo continues to layoff employees and contractors as a cost cutting measure due to poor management decisions.
Executive Assistant to Vice President (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – June 22, 2017
I am in a support role to an executive and their team. My role suits me perfectly as I am very passionate about my duties to provide professional, consistent and most confidential support daily. I take extreme pride in my job and I have complete faith and trust in my boss. I love my job and I am very happy.
Mortgage Underwriter (Former Employee) – Chester, PA – June 22, 2017
No negative comments, other than I was laid off twice from Wells Fargo. The second time was a surprise as my business unit was told we dd not have anything to worry about and the next week most were laid off.
Teller (Current Employee) – Hastings, NE – June 22, 2017
Wells Fargo is an excellent employer for those who either have not decided on a career or are simply unable to find one. The company matches your 401k after a year and offers maternity leave and health insurance to part time employees. The work itself is monotonous, but comparing it to other job options for those without degrees it is pretty much a home run for someone with just a HS Diploma.