Home Preservation Specialist (Current Employee) – IA – 18 September 2017
A typical day is spent on the phone helping customers with questions regarding options to save their home if experiencing hardship and possibly facing foreclosure. You will learn hard work, systems, regulations, personal development
management was lacking in many aspects excessive delegation of extra work or process changes
most staff is fun and easy to get along with people i work with was the best part of the job
The team of workers I worked with , were good team workers . The new hires now are not dependable and take a lot of time off.
Call Center Representative/Teller (Former Employee) – Rochester, Minnesota – 18 September 2017
I enjoyed working at Wells Fargo, but it has turned into a cut throat bank business, not a customer service based company, anymore. You can't get good customer service anymore. It is very disappointing.
Low raises and little appreciation from management.
Benefits Editor, Temporary Contract (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 18 September 2017
I was a contract employee for their Team Member Marketing unit (Employee Benefits) so some of the questions don't apply. I had a great manager and work team and I really liked the culture and atmosphere.
great company but pay doesnt match the amount of work
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Wayzata, MN – 18 September 2017
There is constant movement all day and the moment that there is a lull the current branch manager is delegating their tasks to every one else. I enjoy and prefer working hard but when the credit is being taken by someone else it becomes a little frustrating.
Wells is in the process of changing and my current branch manager is struggling with the change.
It was a good place to work and to start a career at Wells Fargo. Immediate management was great. Upper management could be out of touch at times. Their inflexible scheduling policy causes many long-time employees to have to quit.
needs to update salaries but great employer even after issues in the news
Personal banker II (Current Employee) – South Carolina – 18 September 2017
I have worked for Wells fargo for some year and the only issue I have ever had is their low compensation and pay after the fake account issues they now have cut all sales and basically eliminated bonuses resulting in large pay cuts for all employees basically they need to fix this or they will lose good employees
Technical Project Manager (Contract) (Former Employee) – Chandler, AZ – 18 September 2017
Managed schedule of server uplift from IIS to Apache across multiple groups Tracked and prepared documents for multiple quarterly software releases from inception to execution Reported for team on weekly status calls to provided Release Management updates regarding project schedule, costs, quality and associated risks Partnered with PMO as early adopter for enterprise wide portfolio migration from Planview to Project Management Universal Workstation (PMUWS) as part of long term strategy
VP, Marketing Program Manager (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – 18 September 2017
The company is evolving and with that there are painful changes. there are areas in the bank that are well managed and productive. Others are not. I have been there 24 years and have a wonderful story of opportunity and relationships. Recently being displaced 36 mo prior to early retirement does not sit well but I understand it.
great working environment w/ opportunity to advance
Loan Servicing Specialist (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – 18 September 2017
A typical day would consist of reviewing at least 50 loans from a spreadsheet. reach out to attorneys and mortgagors to assist w/ foreclosure. Fun environment, co-workers felt like family. Great place to be!
I was a great place at first. The sales competion way exciting.We loss some really great people. Management went south.
Lead Teller Supervisor (Former Employee) – 33rd and Villard Ave., Milwaukee. WI. – 18 September 2017
I really loved my team. It was so much fun working to me our sales goals. It was a superior connection and we unfortunately became too close and when some left the new team members had a hard time adjusting. The new chemistry was affected team goals. No matter how hard we tried it didn't work for awhile, but Voila! one day there it was. The branch was flourishing though we were a small urban branch.
Small branch, monitors in the lobby. Great clientele. quick team.
High sales goals for new tellers, new managers without sales experience, high turnover.
Lead Teller (Current Employee) – Holloman AFB, NM – 17 September 2017
I don't think that Wells Fargo is the worse place to work, but it is the worse place to work in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Employees and management are very immature, and lack professionalism. No room for advancement unless you join the right clique.
A typical day began and ended with a team huddle. The team was close and depended on one another. Most of the customers were great. It was an excellent place to work that increasingly became less so due to higher and higher sales goals. In addition, the past couple of years, senior managers began micro-managing which increased the stress level of an already high stress job. Its my understanding much of that has changed after it was discovered 3.5 million bogus accounts had been opened by team members trying to meet unrealistic sales goals. I believe the culture at the bank is different now.