Banker 1 (Former Employee) – Homewood, AL – April 18, 2017
A great environment to be apart of on a financial level. You learn so many things that helps you be effective when dealing with customers and the freedom they desire as it pertains to good credit stability
I really enjoy working for Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo has afforded me a lot of growth and opportunity since I began my career with them in 2009. I enjoy my peers and leadership. Not to mention the benefits, including 6% 401 K match is a plus!
Bank Teller (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – April 18, 2017
Wellsfargo is a great place to work, but not everyone should be a manager a manager has to lead by example and that didn't happen over all the experience was great but never step up and speak for yourself, if there is a problem because then there will be problems for you. Most of all keep all problems to yourself, because everyone will know your business no such thing as confidentiality.
Operations Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – El Monte, CA – April 18, 2017
Typical day consisted of reviewing and taking care of trouble tickets, supporting users and resolving workstation and server issues. Duties consisted of taking care of data backup and daily customer support. Workplace environment was pleasant and Management was excellent. Room for advancement was definitely possible. Benefits were excellent. Management took care of their employees.
Analytic Consultant II (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 18, 2017
I worked in 5 different departments over 14 yrs. The career development was priceless. My managers supported my career and personal goals and development. The company also has a wonderful community/volunteer component.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – April 18, 2017
Wells Fargo has made changes to its severance policy that lower the amount it will pay out to most displaced employees, the bank informed workers on Monday.
The San Francisco-based bank said the changes were made to meet additional regulatory requirements that emerged after Wells’ sales scandal erupted this fall. The move also allows the bank to pay severance to most of the employees who had been in limbo over payments they were owed, the bank said.
Perth Amboy, Store Manager, Vice President (Former Employee) – Perth Amboy, NJ – April 17, 2017
This company was a great workplace where managers worked together to achieve results. We all discussed in a group what was effective and what areas had to be reviewed and discussed with district managers to ensure effectiveness.
No one was ever made to feel excluded or not valued.
Constant reorganization within the company, creating stress and uncertainty
VP of Sales and Marketing (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 17, 2017
Constant reorganization within the company, creating stress and uncertainty. Pays competitively and benefits are also competitive. Would recommend to others looking to work in the financial services industry.
Business Systems Consultant 4 (Current Employee) – Remote – April 17, 2017
my morals and values on life don't necessarily align with wells fargo. I have nothing bad to say about this company, they have supported me since i started with them and do have lots of options as far as growth and expansion as an employee however i just don't support the banks mission and would rather work for someone i support and believe in.
Stressful, not a lot of balance, very demanding, not fun
Operations Legal Specialist (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – April 17, 2017
As a current employee, the department I work in is a very stressful and difficult place to work. Over worked with no balance, the environment has become toxic and negative. While employees tend to like each other and get along, NONE of us are happy with where we work and are constantly looking for ways to tolerate it.
Advancement after a year if able
poor management and lack of senior managerment engagement with employees
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Itasca, IL – April 17, 2017
I would update the client database as necessary, mailings, and various clerical duties. I learned more about the finance industry. Management was very professional. The culture was professional yet fun. The hardest part of my job was when I got laid off. Most enjoyable part of my job was organizing the files to go to storage.