Wells Fargo
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Great company. They promote within. You are responsible for your own advancement. The company promotes diversity and has a number of cultural diverse group. Love it.
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Favoritism at its finest

Great place if you don't like policies. just stroke your managers ego to move up. company works reactively to clean up messes they allow until caught.


wages and benefits are adequate to a common household


stress and fear tactics coupled with retaliation is how they work best.
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WF was what you expect when working for a bank. No horror stores but nothing was remarkable either. As long as you know what you are doing, they aren’t difficult to work for.
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Worst place to work , no job security, many favoritism instead of how good an employee is. Not recommended unless you have connections . You can promote but after a few months your job will illuminate and you have to apply for if there is any open positions are available but no guarantee
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Decent pay

The pay is good. The manager is great. No bonus or incentives in this position. Hybrid schedules are good. Have to stick to schedules and phone times.
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What is the best part of working at the company?decent benefits, bank hours are nice, lots of paid holidaysWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?there is always something happening with HR, and the situations taken to HR seem to last months sometimes. mean girl management can be a problem. you don’t really know the rhyme or reason of most company decisions and senior leadership is detached.
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Great co-worker. Lots change happening. Shareholder profits come first.

Had long career there. Learned a ton and was a great platform for the next phase of my career. But ultimately, it is a large for-profit bank. Values tend to ring hollow.
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Productive Environment

I really enjoyed my bosses and the experience of working with Wells Fargo in a regional aspect (Atlanta). No billable hours, benefits pay out, hybrid work schedule.


Free Lunches


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monotonous work but ability and encouragement for advancement

Great pay and benefits and ability to advance between departments after a year in each position. The jobs and processes are always changing so you have to be able to grow and adapt with the position. Over time performance objectives change but it seems that goals are always increasing and then changing focus. for example when I first started quality was the main focus, but now 6 years later, production numbers are being increased with the expectation to maintain quality while doing an increased amount of work as the processes have become more detailed and the automated systems have become more efficient (Finding qualified work that typically takes more time to complete if done right.)


pay and benefits, career advancement, time off


always increasing expectations, feel like a number not a person (depending on the supervisor)
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Just fine

I worked at the central Florida location near the UCF campus so it was just a lot of student accounts It was okay not the best not the worst overall just an average teller experience
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You don't get raises unless you are a favorite of any manager

I would not want to apply and work here as I have seen how favoritism is handled even if you are from outside of wells Fargo. You get treated differently by management and staff. I have seen and noticed that management treat those who get hired from within Wells Fargo better then those who are hired from outside of Wells Fargo


You get holidays and weekends off


Not enough work for you to be productive.
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This was a great job

I love it here, it’s amazing. I love it so much. The pay is amazing. The place is clean and everyone loves to work there with you. Dhdhfhdb dhddhhdbdbddbdb
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Not a bad place to work

Best part of the job was working from home. They have now moved to a hybrid work schedule. The job was easy and the pay was great. However, as a contractor and we were often overlooked by management and not treated as employees. We always felt like an outsider, even though we were doing the same work as the permanent employees. It did not bother me much, because the pay made it worth it.
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You are a commodity period unless you are in the "club"

If mid career or level, do not work here. Constant leadership change and re-organization is a disaster. Culture is gross / TOXIC Compensation is good. Career growth is minimal and leadership constantly changes. Multiple manager over a short period of time.


Great Compensation


Culture, Constant churn, possible discirminatory prectices.
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pay not good at all

People have been working there for 20+ years and don't make over $23hr (leadership and entry-level), Plenty of PTO, and health benefits are average, and the work is very repetitive.


plenty of PTO


low pay
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Good entry level job

A good place to start, but not to stay. High turnover rate and expectations seem demanding. Type of place where you are not recognized as an individual just a number.
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Management changed last couple of years and

Used to be a good place to work but old timers leaving and new management cares more about turning around tickets than quality and getting it right. Too many chiefs that do nothing and not enough knowledgeable people to do work
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Lock box

do not recommend you work here if you are not going to be in a clinical role. You are treated as less than, but are expected to do a mountain of tasks with really no guidance from your superiors. The pay is lack luster, especially when you compare it to other positions on top of the cost of living, it’s really not doable. You are lied to in orientation and training about the “great benefits” and “work culture” when in actuality none of it is true. The work life balance they preach about is non existent, unless you are apart of management. Do yourself a favor and work else where. You will go through a week and a half of training to be thrown to the wolves.




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Great benefits, stable job

Enjoyed time here as bilingual teller. Great pto and benefits. As a teller your in a primarily customer service oriented role with some finance related responsibilities.
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Questionable leadership and constantly changing priorities

Management does not have a pulse on day-to-day operations, and constantly changing directives and priorities make for a challenging and unrewarding work environment.
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Employee beware

Expect minimal bonuses, low balled raises, bad reviews if you’re not liked by management, and ethical issues. It’s not the Wells Fargo it used to be, and not in a good way. They make sure they have close to perfect PR but no longer care for employees (formerly known as team members). Just sad to watch a place I used to be so proud to work at fall so far.
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3.6 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.4 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.3 out of 5 stars for Management
3.5 out of 5 stars for Culture

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