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Don't enjoy working here.
Bank Teller (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 31, 2014
Pros: benefits for part timers.
Cons: short breaks, impossible sales goals, pushy work ethic. lack of professionalism. does not pay enough.
Sales goals are too pushy and makes employees feel uncomfortable.
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The best job I ever had.
Loss Mitigation Representative II (Former Employee), Riverside, CaliforniaJuly 31, 2014
Pros: my boss and upper staff were very good to me.
Cons: call center enviroment.
Working in the Loss Mitigation Department was great, I spoke to people from every state in the country about mortgage hardships and how to solve them. The concept for the Mortgage industry to help a current home owner was unseen in the business and felt privileged to be part of the company. I also learned many financial aspects I currently apply to – more... my life today. This experience refined by communication skills for future employment position. – less
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Productive fun work environment
Phone Banker I (Current Employee), Glen Allen, VAJuly 31, 2014
Pros: lax dress code
Cons: very structured
Loved working here...they truly care about their employees.
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Great place to work
Home Mortgage Consultant (Former Employee), Des Moines, IAJuly 30, 2014
Pros: friendly environment
Cons: schedule
I had great leadership while at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage! They have a great training program that really allows you to feel comfortable when hitting the phones.
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created an environment for creativity
Research/Remediation Associate (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNJuly 30, 2014
Providing quality assurance for the Foreclosure Department. It was our departments responsibility to insure all mortgage documents were present and in order in the clients file for mortgages that were at risk of foreclosure. I provided auditing and research for the performance and improvement of the existing system.
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If you are looking for advancement and job growth Wells is for you
LENDING OFFICER 1 (Former Employee), tempe, azJuly 30, 2014
Pros: beneifts, growth potential, career support
Cons: large corporate structure
Wells Fargo is a great place to work. The ability to grow your career is encouraged and there is plenty of opportunity.
The benefits at this company are stellar. However with all very large companies at times the polotics in the office can become overwhelming, but the positives greatly outweight the negatives.
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Varied hours and enjoyable company to work for
Proof Machine Operator (Former Employee), Portland, OregonJuly 30, 2014
Daily tasks, deadlines and job description all met. Coworkers and management we great
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Love the company disappointed with the new management
Loan document specialist (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNJuly 30, 2014
Pros: benefits
Cons: management, the environment
The company overall is wonderful. I enjoyed working there and thought I would stay there for a long time until I completed college. When my department came into new management, things got very difficult. Moral dropped significantly. Everyday you were worried you would get fired. Walking into our department you could feel the tension right away. Everyone – more... I knew was looking for new jobs, a lot of them have left over the past few months whether it was just a new department or new business altogether. I was told my the new management infront of my team that my job was not priority and then fired for that very reason. – less
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lots of data entry
Loan Servicing Specialist (Current Employee), Homewood, ALJuly 30, 2014
easy going, flexible, good mangers, long hours, nice campus
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Good position for advancement
Teller (Former Employee), Moorhead, MNJuly 30, 2014
Process customer transactions and look for new opportunities for customers. Management and co-workers were great.
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Sell Sell Sell
Lead Teller (Former Employee), Lawrenceville, GAJuly 29, 2014
The most difficult part of the job is the sales pressure every day.
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Great place to work if you have patience and understand how a sales driven position works
Full time bank teller/CSSR (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 29, 2014
Pros: good work hours, bonuses are *easily* obtainable, good overall staff
Cons: stressful periods when sales goals aren't met by entire team, high turnover rate in my market with management
Overall, I definitely love the company and the fact that I myself have had a chance to advance my position in just 6 months since I constantly exceed sales goals and also showed my manager I was able to establish strong and positive relationships with my customers
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Enjoyable place to work at first
Customer Sales and Service Representative (Current Employee), Medford, NJJuly 29, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: very pushy sales culture, to the point of harassing customers
Typical work day includes; Opening the branch; Assisting customers with personal and business deposits; Assisting other tellers and employees with transactions; Helping customers get solutions to necessary needs including: Opening accounts, selling credit cards, other service issues; Closing branch; Balancing cash drawer and ensuring all proper reports – more... are complete. – less
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Wells Fargo promotes from within and sets clear expectations for their team members.
Personal Banker II (Current Employee), Mableton, GAJuly 29, 2014
Pros: hours and goals
Cons: micro management from the top down.
On a typical day, I spend 70% of my time focused on real time customer interaction. The remainder of my day is spent in proactive selling- including appointment setting, working with team members on development and joint selling. Dialing a minimum of 30-40 clients per day to impact sales appointments for coming days. I enjoy my customers and coworkers – more... the most. They challenge me and force me to be creative and find solutions. – less
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Productive
Mortgage Servicing Specialist (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WIJuly 29, 2014
Coming into Wells Fargo Home Mortgage with professionalism and confidence is the perfect way of getting through your day.
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Great environment!
Teller (Former Employee), South Plainfield, NJJuly 29, 2014
Pros: friendly staff. great benefits and incentives.
Cons: too pushy regarding sales.
The compensation was great for this position, however I learned later that I was somehow being paid substantially less than newer tellers who had no prior experience. I had gotten a small pay increase but it still did not match the newer employees. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. It was a steady work flow, I was rarely overwhelmed. I was – more... a part time teller, scheduled 20 hours a week. Had I lived locally, I wouldn't have minded having so many scheduled days with such short hours, but since I went to school at night and lived far and in a heavily populated area, it was very difficult making it to work on time every morning. I was written up for excessive tardiness and could not transfer to a closer store because of this and management could not change my scheduled days. I had to end my employment there. – less
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Great palce to work
Compliance Consultant (Former Employee), San Francisco CAJuly 29, 2014
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Great company with generous compensation
Loan Officer (Sales) (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MNJuly 29, 2014
A great company to work for. Generous compensation and benefits. Unfortunately the home mortgage group is subject to trends in volume and adjusts staffing levels accordingly.
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Secure job
Phone Banker (Former Employee), Reno, NVJuly 29, 2014
The job itself was secure, but when we were promised advancement or raise, it was often overlooked and they would delay it. The customers weren't very hands-on since it was all in a call-center. But the ability to help those customers could be very rewarding, even with just the customer being happy with the service provided. The hardest part of the – more... job was when customers were unsatisfied and would throw explosive words at you and degrade you and you weren't allowed to say anything. – less
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LArge corporate office with hundreds of support staff of our small underwriting team.
Underwriter II (Current Employee), Tempe AZJuly 29, 2014
Pros: good work enviorment, great people to work with, always something new to learn
Cons: no growth opportunities
Wells Fargo is a great place to work and learn. My job is to identify risk and make a lending decision based off of customer credit and lifestyle spending and habits. Also I have to identify any potential fraud or illegal activity. It is my job to know the rules, regulations, guidelines and laws and implement them in every decision I make on top of – more... my proven good judgment to come up with a decision that best suits all parties involved. – less

About Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo & Company is a financial holding company and a bank holding company. It is a diversified financial services company. – Read more