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How do employees review their experience at Wells Fargo Bank?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with Wells Fargo Bank as 3.5 out of 5. Wells Fargo Bank earns the highest marks for Company Outlook with a score of 4.1 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Fair Pay, giving it 2.5 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that Wells Fargo Bank, with scores of 3.4 and 4.1 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

Wells Fargo Bank Reviews

Q: What is it like working at Wells Fargo Bank?

Business Banker in Gardena:
"The Ins and Outs."
Pros: I love that Wells Fargo is a place where you can grow and develop into literally anything that you want to do in this company.
Cons: Since Wells Fargo has been in the media the banking standards have changed and I do not like the route the company is taking. I love the nature of the job but Wells' execution is horrible.

Head Teller, Banking in Galesburg:
Pros: Helping customers succeed personally and financially.
Cons: Pay not where it should be for the time of service I have.

Personal Banker in Raleigh:
Pros: The customer base. The people I work with.

Service Manager (General) in Thornton:
"It's good."
Pros: Financial industry and a lot of promotion In the years in there.
Cons: Low pay.

Business Banker in Shoreview:
"Supervisors are awful."
Pros: Casual dress, ok pay plus a chance to make monthly bonus.
Cons: Supervisors are awful, uneducated, no management skills, micromanaged dept its like adult day care, even if you come in on time, do your job, its constant micromanaging, not desirable.

Teller in Orlando:
Pros: Serving people and offering bank products, helping to sucess financially.
Cons: The stress that provokes some unsatisfated customers.

Personal Banker in Sugar Land:
"I work in Wells Fargo for 12 years I always work hard."
Pros: I like most about my job is learning something new everyday I help my customer I am people person. I received a lost off award every year. Great insurance.good vacation time.
Cons: I work with Wells Fargo for 12 years so I was waiting to get promotion. And I did not have a manager for 6 months, after 6 month we have new manager she is not helpful she is doing discrimination with me and she terminate me for wrong way because my coworkers are open account same way I am open the acc but she chooses me to terminate me. I think Wells Fargo looking for who are old employee they are in their list for termination.and also they take very long time to give employee promotion. My new manager name is Raquel sugar mill.

Teller in Lompoc:
"Great place to work, but could be better."
Pros: There are opportunities for growth as long as you show the desire to learn new things. You also get full benefits like health, vision, and dental insurance, 401K, and paid vacation.
Cons: Sometimes there is high pressure for sales which can get quite stressful. Also Wells Fargo is open later than all the other banks and some are even open on Sundays. This can make it difficult to spend time with loved ones.

Customer Service Manager, Banking in Sunnyvale:
"All About the Customer Experience and Networking."
Pros: Very dynamic atmosphere and get to meet people from all walks of life. Great benefits and corporate culture.
Cons: Stressful job without necessarily being challenging or rewarding in return. A lot of employee turn overs within short periods of time.

Business Banker in Miami:
"They push to much for sale, very stressful."
Pros: Good team work, the pay not bad.
Cons: Manager don't really appreciate your contributions.

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