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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Wells Fargo.

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76 English questions out of 76

7 February 2021

Does Wells Fargo offer massages?

Pros

Decent pay. Good company perks. Corporate setting. Free breakfast and lunch if you are working in the office because of covid.

Cons

Call enter. Having to be on the phone all day. Dealing with auto loan collections and rude customers. This job gives me anxiety while logging on the phone.

Advice to Management

Give more 1 on 1s to employees and also allow your workers to get a mental break with calls

Free breakfast and lunch if you are working in the office because of covid.

7 February 2021

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27 July 2021

Does Wells Fargo offer dental insurance?

Pros

Wells Fargo has good benefits (insurance, vision, dental, short term leave, maternity leave), and competitive pay, as well as a liberal holiday schedule.

Cons

The upper echelon of management is very disconnected from reality. There is minimal, if not conflicting, information about return to work from most employees working from home (and excelling). Procedures used to work, and are now broken from department mergers with minimal intent to correct. They’re trying to reinvent the wheel and not succeeding.

Advice to Management

Be transparent. Be honest. Don’t tell us we want to come back to the office when Reuters has polled that the opposite is true. Telling us about quarterly earnings as a positive while in the same breathe saying that you’re changing everything that appeared to be working. Constant fear of downsizing and austerity in the company. Lack of upward mobility and low employee morale.

Wells Fargo has good benefits (insurance, vision, dental, short term leave, maternity leave), and competitive pay, as well as a liberal holiday schedule.

27 July 2021

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27 February 2019

Does Wells Fargo have a pension plan?

Pros

Market rate for salaries, can wfh

Cons

Awful management, really poor culture, nothing changes and nothing ever gets done. Management with no experience of what they manage Really poor pension and benefits

Advice to Management

Get managers who can actually manage staff and develop them. Managing people is not about sitting in your office with the door shut all day

Really poor pension and benefits

27 February 2019

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17 February 2021

Does Wells Fargo offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great benefits and employee health programs

Cons

Women and minorities are still underpaid. They talk about diversity but I’ve not seen any efforts towards equitable pay.

Advice to Management

Look within when searching for diversity and inclusion

Great benefits and employee health programs

17 February 2021

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22 February 2020

Does Wells Fargo offer life insurance?

Pros

Great benefits including health insurance ($60ish biweekly for me + children with a $6500 deductible, no copays for regular visits), dental insurance ($15 biweekly), plus other options to include 401(k), life insurance (up to 10x salary), plus you start out with 18 days PTO and after two years you get to 23 days PTO plus 8 paid holidays including 2 personal holidays. Also PAID leaves of absences that don't come out of your PTO balance - critical caregivers leave (up to 5 days), primary caregiver parental leave (16 weeks), secondary caregiver parental leave (4 weeks), short term disability (6 weeks), long term disability, etc etc. The benefits are why I haven't switched to a job closer to home.

Cons

Boring repetitive work. No challenge.

Great benefits including health insurance ($60ish biweekly for me + children with a $6500 deductible, no copays for regular visits), dental insurance ($15 biweekly), plus other options to include 401(k), life insurance (up to 10x salary), plus you start out with 18 days PTO and after two years you get to 23 days PTO plus 8 paid holidays including 2 personal holidays.

22 February 2020

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