I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Wells Fargo in April 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online to severall companies and Wells was very quick to contact me and go through the interview process. Step 1 was a phone interview with a recruiter. Step 2 was a group interview at the HR center. Step 3 was a 1:1 interview with a branch manager. Though not always the case, I also had a Step 4, which was another 1:1 with another branch manager. This was because the first 1:1 was for the district and the second was with the manager of the specific branch that I was going to be assigned to.
Negotiation Details – Told very specifically that there was no negotiation allowed. Take it or leave it.
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I applied online - interviewed at Wells Fargo in October 2012.
Interview Details – The process was a joke. I completed an online app. A recruiter called and scheduled a group interview on Rainbow in Las Vegas. The online instructions gave directions to the location which I followed. As I arrived my GPS was telling me to go 1/4 mile farther but I followed the WF directions which led me to a maze of office buildings, never getting to the location. Went back and followed my GPS and arrived. The facilitator asked for our references which luckily at the last minute I had grabbed since the online instructions did not mention this detail; they however did say not to wear jeans or tennis shoes and to bring a pen (duh). We were asked how far we were willing to drive for $10 hr, up to 20 miles. When applying online you specifically select a certain branch that had the opening so this seemed like the old "bait and switch". At the end she stated we would be emailed a decline or move on to the next step by Friday 4:00 pm. Never go an email, had to check the status of my app online to find I had an offer to a location outside my desired travel distance.
Interview Question – None were difficult, check online, there are helpful typical questions and be prepared with your own answers. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – I applied to work in a certain branch but was offered a position considerably farther than I am willing to drive. A complete waste of time, my online app stated the location I desired to work.
I applied online and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Wells Fargo in September 2010.
Interview Details – you're screened on the phone. Play up your sales experience. You go to a group interview where they see if you should be sent to the teller forums or the banker forums. Wear a nice suit, have intelligent answers, talking about how you succeed under sales pressure ( I had no real sales experience but lots of experience meeting quotas and numbers) and they sent me to the banker forum instead of the teller.
Interview Question – How would you respond if a co-worker sold something to YOUR client that you worked with for years. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Wells Fargo in September 2009.
Interview Details – First, I applied online. After I submitted my application, two days later I received an email from the recruitment center with a link for the online assessment. I clicked on the link for the assessment which took about 30 minutes to complete. After I completed the online assessment, there was a note on the screen instructing me to call the recruitment center for the phone interview which also lasted about 20 - 30 minutes. For two weeks after the phone interview I called the recruitment center for the status of my application and finally I got an interview date. Last was the panel interview which lasted about two hours.
Interview Question – How do I see the job of a personal banker? Answer Question
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