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Als you have. if this is going to be a career for you versus a temporary job. if you have ever handled money before. if you think you have3have much better than that,

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As a manager you are accountable for everything from day one, whether you have had the proper training or not. The training is bare minimal to check a box to say you did it, then no follow up or refresher to enhance or keep the skills. Then you are set loose and the DM rarely shows up maybe once a quarter. When you ask for help, rather than actually helping, you get some fluffy answer or a promise that is never delivered on. Simply put the workload of all employees is so heavy that if you fall behind you can never catch up. So for DM's instead of actually helping, they put everything back on you and hope for the best, but make sure to pit it as an opportunity in your reviews since they have nothing else to write because they dont come around to observe.

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Mandatory overtime in the department I worked in. We were not allowed to leave until all documents that had to go out that day we're done. Missed a lot of my son's football games. Also had to work at least one Saturday a month.

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Medical, dental, 401k, paid time off

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I think wells fargo needs to do a mental health screening on all their current managers. They need to be on medication. Seriously, serious.

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Burn out. If you were unable to meet production goals, even though your error ratio was above average you were the go. This was a the operation center not at a bank. It was never enough and they played favorites.

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I applied on oct 25 got a phone interview like in a week and two days later I got the branch interview and two days later got the phone call that I was accepted and now I start on nov 26

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144 hours per year. Then after 3 years it goes up another week.

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They pay their employees on average $3-4 less an hour than other banks and credit unions. They make doing what right for the customer basically impossible.

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