Wells Fargo
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667 questions about working at Wells Fargo
The first was a phone interview. (Easy. Not too many questions.)2nd was with a group of Upper management. (Very lengthy and many questions. I felt like I was being interrogated.... 😆)3rd and final interview was with the hiring manager. ( Not too bad. She was genuinely nice and wanted to know my background and why I wanted to work there)
Answered July 13, 2016
Worked there a total of about 7 years and it's one of the best cultures I've worked in. I worked in several departments. With all companies, there are challenges but I believe the company takes great strides to sustain a culture that's welcoming.
Answered February 25, 2016
As a teller are awful ! I’m part time 25 hours and almost never get two consecutive days off .
Answered February 25, 2016
Better management!!! Almost everyone is late ... no for minutes but by half hours . Not to mention some coworkers call in sick several days in a month .
Answered October 26, 2016
Comprehensive benefits, including medical, dental, vision, 401K. Even part-time people working 18 or more hours per week are eligible for the above benefits and PTO...although you’ll pay slightly more in premiums and your PTO will be pro-rated based on your weekly scheduled hours.
Answered August 9, 2016
I hated getting up and going to work each and everyday my job was bad horrendous hostile work environment
Answered October 11, 2016
Not flexible at all. The company makes you work 40 hours over the course of 6 days every single week. You work 4 full days & 2 flex days. It makes it impossible to have any off time to have time to yourself, set appointments, spend time with family, etc. the only day you have off is the day they’re closed. I’m pretty sure if they opened 7 days a week, they’d make you work every day no days off. Horrible.
Answered March 17, 2020
Few opportunities to advance & grow,, pathetic "raises", leadership that doesn't listen to employees, poorly-trained middle management, and a culture in rapid decline.
Answered March 15, 2017
Make merit count over nepotism. WF's new "Next Generation Talent" simply means unqualified offspring of FA's get hired and promoted ahead of seasoned, licensed employees. No skill set required as long as your Mommy or Daddy work at WF. I was forced out by an unqualified, spoiled son of an existing employee after 6 years of service.
Answered March 15, 2017
I applied 7/25/19, received an offer today 8/23/19. Applied through indeed, completed the online assessments and video screening within the day. On 8/12 I received a phone call to come in for an in person interview on 8/16. It went well as I read up a lot on the hiring questions beforehand and was confident.
Answered July 13, 2016
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