Loan Doc Specialist III (Former Employee) – Frederick, MD – May 24, 2018
I didn't feel appreciated there but I worked with a great group of people. the goals and expectations required and set by management were often very unrealistic and it felt like you were being set up to fail. I loved so much everyone I worked with though. Hard working bunch. I just felt it was unstable with layoffs.
AVP, Business Payroll Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Valencia, CA – May 24, 2018
Wells Fargo was my stepping stone into Branch banking, Business Banking and other financial services. It gave me the opportunities to venture into business banking areas that helped me to expand my overall banking knowledge to be able to assist a vast variety of clients and their specific needs.
Teller (Former Employee) – Chatham, NJ – May 24, 2018
My entire branch was terminated because use the district manager expected us to meet insanely high sales goals which led to the management team doing some unsavory business tactics that Wells recently in the news for. I did NOT appreciate the way the situation was handled. As tellers, we were just doing as we were told and thought nothing of it. This culture of high stakes sales goals (as in your job relies on it) starts at the top and it needs to be corrected.
Teller, Customer Sales and Service Representative (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – May 24, 2018
Typical day at work consisted of assisting customers with financial transactions, making sales referrals to colleagues based on product and service needs, managing branch cash, adhering to strict security standards.
Competitive products and services, exceptional training, opportunity for advancement
Team Lead - Customer Service Call Center (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – May 24, 2018
This is the best company I've ever worked for. A tremendous emphasis is placed on training and setting their employees up to succeed. Although the requisite KPI's for the call center focused on low talk time, leaders valued quality as well as quantity.
Quality Assurance Analyst II (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – May 24, 2018
Thought it was a solid career oriented company, but they closed our location, displacing thousands of workers. This was after a large town hall meeting a year prior where the company stressed that they don't do closures or layoffs, they re-purpose locations. Culture was fantastic, with lots of diversity and everyone got along well. Charity campaigns were continually shoved in your face, which was not appreciated. Some managers were the best I've had in life, and some were the absolute worst. Phone teams are extremely numbers driven. Training was well above standard, and continued. There were perks to help drive employee morale, such as food days and catered lunches. They pay you to volunteer, and the benefits were outstanding.
good pay, and time off policy, lots of overtime
site closure, charity campaigns that made you feel forced to donate
Phone Banker2 (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – May 24, 2018
Friendly environment. Makes you feel like your family and feels like its your second home. I had resigned last March 2018 to move here in the US and with my experience WellsFargo was the best company i had worked with so far.
Phone Banker (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – May 24, 2018
I enjoyed my work at Wells Fargo. I had a opportunity in a different bank as a loan officer. I truly like the Wells Fargo family and i sincerely hope to have another opportunity to work for this company again.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Ozark, AL – May 24, 2018
High energized environment. Company allows you to help people with their finances and give sound financial advice. Company is changing to adjust to recent challenges that they have faced to create a better culture.