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Wells Fargo Bank Reviews

What is it like working at Wells Fargo Bank?

Boring. But well paid and some opportunity for higher paid equally boring jobs.
Compliance Officer in Portland:
Pros: My paid time off. I get to work from home half time. Also my pay and opportunities are ok for someone without a degree
Cons: I want to do investigations but would have to essentially demote to do so
Data Scientist in Cherry Hill:
Management does not care about workers and is only interested in keeping appearances to Wall Street. Hard work is not rewarded and is often instead punished. There are never clear objectives set and discussions for promotions are often delayed until eventually cancelled with no explanation. HR helps to perpetuate these issues and often does not follow their own rules.
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.
Pros: Serving people and offering bank products, helping to sucess financially.
Cons: The stress that provokes some unsatisfated customers.
Supervisors are awful.
Business Banker:
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.
It's good.
Service Manager (General):
Pros: Financial industry and a lot of promotion In the years in there.
Cons: Low pay.
Personal Banker:
Pros: The customer base. The people I work with.