Great company to work for based on pay/benefits and other employees who can become like family, just lack of caring management. I believe a involved and caring LEADER encourages others to do better and takes employee concerns with extreme seriousness.
I worked there for almost 3 years and I felt like I was stuck I stayed a 20 hour teller when I wanted to be promoted. I did have issues with management. Between managers they had lack of communication and they would make things personal other than professional. Working hours were great but my dilemma was I needed more hours. I was a very good worker but I felt my work went unnoticed
Love the work but management in my area needs to be trained and not think outside the box. Also in my are management likes to micromanage. Although I have been here for a long time it is almost impossible to be promoted or advance with the company. They expect you to be apart of different groups and activities but no recognitions or support for management or Sr. Management.
It was a pleasure to work there under the write management. Unfortunately my 1st manager didn't have Mortgage experience, just general management duties. 2nd Manager was a micro manager that disrupts constantly. Several bonus structures which makes additional income available and consistent.
Wells Fargo was the most aggressive sales culture in the banking industry. It was very fast paced and because of that the turn over was over 50% in most retail job families. All banker roles are under qualified as they are taken from the teller line based on ability to push product not on how they can provide financial advice or educational qualifications. They are trying to change "CULTURE OF CARE" by punishing all those ttththassssurvicsurvived the evil culture
The pay is decent I worked 40+ hrs 9:30-6ish (sometimes 7pm), and my paycheck averaged around $1100 every two weeks. Management is decent and coworkers were all nice. Sometimes customers can be extremely rude if you’re not bilingual. Overall it was a nice experience working there.
• Verify accuracy by following set guidelines and procedures assigned by the corporation. • Maintain integrity, explain and provide excellent customer service with each customer encounter, while addressing their financial needs. • Resolve problems or discrepancies concerning customers' accounts.
I began as a mortgage underwriter and advanced quickly to a facilitator. The typical day was a 12-hour day, working 6 hours on Saturdays. Training new underwriters on all programs and what to look for particularly when doing loan modifications.
It was very stressful to work for the Wells Fargo. I was not happy as an employee. The push to sell was overwhelming and stressful. Some questions were left unanswered. Training was lengthy and not managed very well.
Overall a great company, promotes from within, plenty of opportunity in the retail and operations channels; however, limited opportunity in the private bank, especially for minorities. I left when the sales pressure was at its height in 2015.
They pay was decent for me since I have another income from my spouse, but could improve. They are big on community events and team member recognition. My manager and team were great and very supportive and helpful.
Wells Fargo Advisors was the office I had the misfortune of working in. Truly toxic but if someone "raised their hand" there was retaliation. Never again will I work for wells fargo advisors. Anybody smart should steer clear