Work environment itself is ok. The only thing holding this job back is the lack of procedures and direction within the department where I'm currently at. We're constantly being told to do contradictory things on a daily basis for the most mundane and basics of tasks. It can be very frustrating and make for a stressful environment. Other than that, the job is just fine. Pay is decent.
No structure. Constant change. They move departments around like little armies. Senior management doesn't seem to know what they are doing. Overtime is expected but not mandatory -- yet. Work-life balance not great. Doesn't matter how much time off I get if I'm still stressed out all the rest of the time. Scarcity is huge here. Tired of trying to find a department within the company that isn't in total chaos so looking outside.
I love Wells Fargo. It's a great place to work and my peers are very friendly and helpful. On a typical day I come into work log into my computer and start working on cases until I have to go home.
We have a daily huddle where we communicate any questions and concerns to our peers and managers.
Can be a good place to work depending on the location, department and who you report to. Benefits are good. However, the level of professionalism is not always what it should be. Production goals are very high, and, often set by individuals that have no knowledge of what tasks/work involve. Employee stress levels are often very high.
Over all Wells provided for a lot of people as a customer and employee I did enjoy my job and my peers I've work with was a lot fun and challenges came with the position. Our customers were number one priority and the Company vision. Never the less my position was displaced and here I am in the job market again.
I worked in two different departments. Both were shut down. The first department was a joke. My old boss sexually harrashed me and then fired me when I wouldn't put up with it. My second department was great until we got laid off out the blue. It pays good but not worth dealing with some of the none sense. Racisim is alive here
WFHM is not a great company to work for because they do not value their employees regardless of their hard work & dedication. In addition, depending on which department you work for, it's a "kiss butt, who you know" atmosphere just to get a raise or promotion. I did NOT enjoy working for this company.
This was a ever changing job and enjoyed my time. I learned a great deal in many different areas of Wells Fargo. I was able to learn that I enjoyed the litigation aspect of insurance the best and with bankruptcy attorneys and dealing with attorneys on a whole.
Crooks, the poor customers are not even aware how much they have been stolen from by this company. Their hiring process is a joke, their interview packets the pathetic managers read from are beyond ridiculous! And their turn over rate is asinine but they have zero cares In the world because we are all just a number.
Wells Fargo has an extensive on-the-job training for Collections, Customer Service, Underwriting, and Research and Remediation.
I really enjoyed working at Wells Fargo and was very lucky to have great management that I got along with, had a sense of humor, and they wanted all of us to succeed.
Pay (due to overtime) and Benefits
Extreme amount of hours Monday through Sunday, lost a lot of great people due to burn out
WF focuses staff and management to producing quality work/results while working to constantly improve their customer experiences. They do seem overly focused on "Diversity and Inclusion" for some reason.
The tax department does an amazing job of listening to their employees and in implementing their ideas when possible. Management is good working with you when you don't necessarily agree to the guidelines in the procedures that you have to follow.