Lead Teller (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – September 21, 2017
Working at Wells Fargo is a great place to work at. The company itself is a really great company. They have amazing benefits that I believe no one can ever beat. Although I feel that some aspects of Mananagment need to be better trained to make the work enviroment run a bit smoother. But overall Wells Fargo is a great company to work for.
There were so many opportunities where Wells Fargo could have done the right thing for their customers in regards to loans and bank accounts but didn't. If you approached your manager with questions then your could risk your job. Currently, Wells Fargo is changing their business practices to more positive experiences for their customers.
Operations Processor II (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – September 21, 2017
My position was to contact Government offices to find out the property taxes for homes that were to be foreclosed on by Wells Fargo. How easy it was to get that information. Management was not easy to work for and very hard to talk to. The culture was very cut throat and hard to concentrate. The hardest part was not knowing what was expected of you. The most enjoyable part is hard to say except when I gave my notice.
CSR 2/ Trainer (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – September 20, 2017
Great for people who are looking to get a good start with an ok pay while looking for better opportunities. Difficult to move up within. The attendance policy is lenient compared to most jobs. Typical day is mostly sitting at your desk taking calls and submitting research tickets with some interaction with co-workers varying.
Lead Bank Teller/Manager (Former Employee) – Pasadena, MD – September 20, 2017
Wells Fargo is a large, well-known corporation with great benefits. This company provided me with a basis of my professional career. Wells Fargo has the capability to transfer from state to state if needed. The day to day tasks were consistent and allowed me to develop a great working relationship with my customers.
TELLER (Former Employee) – Gilbert, AZ – September 20, 2017
Horrible manager that played favorites, bitter and very mean. Was retiring soon so didn't really care about anything except sales numbers. Preferred females, constantly put males down when a referral was not achieved.
Personal Banker (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – September 20, 2017
WF has great benefits and hour flexibility. It can be a good place for a student or a recent graduate to start experiencing the financial industry. however, their promotion is solely based on their high target goals and it does not necessary mean that you will get a promotion just because you worked hard.
Learning and Development Consultant (Current Employee) – Roseville, MN – September 20, 2017
There are pros and cons to working in a large corporation. If you have the mentality and ability to find a career path you enjoy, you will blossom. I have been very fortunate in my career path and have enjoyed the jobs that I have had and the managers that I have had.
Phone Banker 2 (Former Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – September 20, 2017
I loved wells fargo. The management, customers and the job as a whole was great. Sure there were some angry customers that made some stressful days but we all worked with them to work through it and it always ended on a good note.
PHONE BANKER (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 20, 2017
Wells Fargo is a great company, so working here would be a good opportunity to advance in the financial call center field. They are serious about sales goals but provide people to help you along the way.