Lending Specialist and Mortgage Specialist (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS and Halifax, NS – 20 September 2017
-A typical day was our daily morning meetings to look at our monthly goals and how to accomplish them. What we could do to develop more business. -I learned so much. I learned a lot about team work. Selling loans, Mortgages, Insurances. -I eventually learned how to do the hiring for our office which I greatly enjoyed. -I learned how to correct any errors in any deals within our office. -My Manager was amazing and probably the best I've ever had. He was very approachable and always there to help. -The hardest part of my job was cold calling and not getting the sale. -The best part was cold calling and getting the sale and working on loans and mortgages and keeping busy.
Working in a postive environment with a supportive amazing team.
Working a deal and not being able to get it approved for the customer.
QA Team Lead (Former Employee) – Wells Fargo NA – 24 June 2014
I feel fortunate to work at wells Fargo, more than four year at wells fargo just fly off... I am a Senior QA, working with Testing Tools Center of Excellence. It was a day to day challenging work, working with multiple groups, and testing the requirements. Most of the applications are related to Integration of different tools with ALM and SharePoint. I enjoyed the part of coordination and the way of dealing with other groups.
Agency Liaison (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 June 2014
Every day was a happy day at Wells Fargo I learned how to deal with various situations. Top management Cheerful and helpful co-workers The hardest part of the job was not to be able to please everybody The most enjoyable part was the recognition for your good work.
Large centre with an open feel with coffee bars and lounge centres throughout the workplace
Mortgage Recovery Officer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 8 June 2014
All aspects of defaulted mortgage legal asset recovery. Primary job duties, email phone and computer skills, working knowledge of legal process for recovery of defaulted mortgage assets and loss mitigation
Postive management floor meetings, monthly bonuses, flex hours, great work facilities
Customer Service (Former Employee) – etobicoke – 3 June 2014
working in side a branch, dealing with customer inquiries and sales targets, customer service in an office atmosphere (inperson, inbound and outbound calls) leared a lot of customer service and respect towared co workers and customers
Personal Banker (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – 21 January 2014
That is the slogan for Wells Fargo. I liked the slogan very much. There I learned if you sell, sell, sell you will go far. Management saw to that as they monitored my progress daily. I did very well though with perfect customer service reviews and feedback.
Management was focused on success and instilled that desire in their staff. My co-workers and I teamed up for success, yet, the hardest part of the job was showing no mercy when owning that last customer meant doing it at the expense of your friend's individual success. It was all about business and goals. Somehow the personal goals (at the end of the day) were the most sought after.
I loved it though---working there. I found it so enjoyable interacting with my clients and being a reliable advisor, employee and friend.
Very busy establishment, but made sure that employees are alway happy
Operational Risk Consultant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 October 2013
I started with Wells Fargo as Admin. Asst. for the Corporate Administration group and finished my employment as Operational Risk with Operations Group, as I learned about the company I was also moving jobs which consistently put me in a very good position of always learning something everyday. Well Fargo always believed in Diversity and this showed with the varied employee background. Wells Fargo Financial is no longer operational and this resulted in termination of my employment. My co-workers are all considered as family and even with all of us parting ways due to company closure - employees have found ways to get connected- having been this close to each other made coming to work an enjoyable task. Management have always considered the well being of the employees as they know that happy employees are fulfilled employees. Management are always doing something to keep everyone happy and involved be it lunches, raffle/draws or events sponsored by the company and in some cases events that employees pay for on their own and happening after work hours - this was consistently participated by everyone which shows how the employees are happy with the company that they work with.
benefits and pension plan with matching company contribution
Wells fargo offered a friendly room for movement. Afforded you the ability to grow with the proper tools and management.
Typical day at work involved setting up the CSR for a regular work day. Setting up passwords to assist IT. Management was helpful in allowing employees to suggest and management put together focus groups to allow room for growth within the company. There was no real hardship only when having to leave.
DEPARTMENT SUPERVISOR CORPORATE OFFICE (Former Employee) – 55 Standish Crt Mississauga – 18 July 2013
My day usually started very early 6 to 7 in the morning, I was never the type to sit or socialize first thing. The day normally very busy, so when I commuted I would visualize my day and prioritize in my mind what was most important or time sensitive that must be done first. When I arrived at the office I would start my work. Once the priorities were completed I worked on my dislikes. Time management courses taught me to manage my time and plan for interruptions, Management reports needed, projections (done daily) or meetings. Management was good for the most part, but changes in management in the States were frequent and unsettling for me and my staff, that was the hardest part of my job. The best part of the job was keeping very busy, no time to clock watch, the day was done before you knew it, stayed later a bit. I had to finish what was started and the culture worked it`s way to the staff as they worked as hard as I did. For the most part I had good staff and co-workers, we had a good culture and harmonious working surroundings, doing it right the first time is a good set of values and spreads very easily. That was my most enjoyable part of my job, I was one of the few with the experience, I loved to train people, whether it was one of my people or not, if it was done wrong, train them, demonstrate, watch, review and take questions. As I told my boss at the time, I make everyone around me better.
I was always in early, had a coffee and ready to start before my shift. Review my accounts, Make early calls to Courts first so they could be reached for follow up on Garnishee monies in trust etc. Learned to work with little or no Supervision. Management was great because I was left to do my tasks and if needed could give feedback and ask questions pertaining to my duties if need be. Helpful and friendly experienced co-workers. the most difficult part of the Job was there would always be something at the end of the day that I did not want to leave for the next. Very pleasant co-workers and to be able to work on my own was my favorite part of my job.
A. PROCESS ASSOCIATE / PHONE BANKER (Current Employee) – Philippines – 28 May 2013
Had a great experience working on this company. Usually receives call about banking concerns. I learned how to deal with irate callers and going out of my way to provide customer satisfaction but within the company's guidelines.
very Productive and professional environment with excellent management team
Collection Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga,ontario,canada – 22 April 2013
My each day at work with wells Fargo was full of enthusiam,as i used to look forward to reach a new customer and solve his complex issues.I worked in credit and collections in Retailer and Mortgage departments both,and learnt a lot how to handle issues of different nature and excelled in both.I had excellent relationships with management and coworkers.The hardest part of the job was to succeed in talking to a customer who did not want to talk to anyone and then finally collect from that customer and resolving his delinquency. .The most enjoyable part of the job was when both customer and the company were happy with my Dollars collected.
gift cards, free lunches and day off incentives fr excelling in the job
Collections Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 April 2013
Working at Wells Fargo Financial Canada, was the highlight of my life. I love working for WFFC. The company and its employers were the best. I have learned so much working there. We had the best management team and co-workers. We learned to help each others when out in difficult situations.
The hardest part of the job was to think that you did not do enough to help a customer or a co-worker.
The most enjoyable part of the job is going to work everyday. I enjoy working for WFFC.
Bankruptcy Administrator (Former Employee) – Missisauga – 14 January 2013
I have worked at Wells Fargo for over five years. The culture and the work enviroment was very family oriented. The management staff were very approachable, very friendly, very understanding. My coowrokers were like family. The hardest oart of the job was meeting deadlines which were usuallly exceeded.
I have learned how to be more financially responsible. I have also learned the bankruptcy and consumer proposal rules.
Productive, Professional, Fun & place I could call "my home."
Financial Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 January 2013
The professionalism, culture, the co-workers and management made my day. It felt like being at home. Spectacular I learnt how to be proactive & professional at what I do best. The management was friendly & professional.