Wells Fargo Reviews in Nebraska
The service is top rate to the customers and the work/life balance is very good (in 241 reviews)
They do have good benefits although they continue to degrade a little every year (in 431 reviews)
Sales goals that must be met whether the customer wants or needs the products (in 481 reviews)
No work life balance, very stressful work environment derived from upper managerment (in 111 reviews)
Pros – Great starting pay
Managers are very flexible with work schedules
The benefits are outstanding
Bonuses are not too hard to obtain
You can advance very quickly, I just had to leave to go back to school!
The training is paid and trains you very well
Cons – There is a large bureaucracy at Wells Fargo, all sorts of reports and silly things for you to sign
Parts of your conversations with customers are scripted, down to the phrases you say.
Goals are large so they are pushy about you at least making sales pitches, but its easy
Advice to Senior Management – Please cut down on the silly stuff managers have to do to keep the tellers and bankers accountable. Everyone is doing their job and the managers are going crazy with their reports. No one can do their work everyone is signing for each other.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
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Pros – 1. Great Benefits
2. Competitive company
3. One of America's Great Companies
4. Receive incentives for sales
5. Depending on management, Awesome!
Wells Fargo is a great company that has opportunities abound, the company is so solid I am proud to say that I work for Wells Fargo.
Cons – The only con that I can think of is that people who are not competitive or strive to be the best, like myself, may not love this job as much as me. The constant talk of sales may wear on some, but if you approach it as providing solutions to your customers, like we are doing, then it's a cakewalk.
Advice to Senior Management – The only thing I can say that I see as a problem down the road is that unless we keep coming out with new and better products, we may possibly oversatuarate the market with our products. Certain district managers need to understand that there are branches that do not receive as much traffic and cannot stand a chance to accomplishing as many sales as another branch that may receive twice the traffic and opportunity.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend