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20 days ago

Teller

Wells Fargo Cary, NC +2 locations

, people and experiences in a professional work environment - that s part of the fun! Our Expectation of our Tellers: Tellers introduce customers to… Wells Fargo


20 days ago

Collections Supervisor 2

Wells Fargo Raleigh, NC

Wells Fargo's Consumer Lending Group (CLG) is an industry leader in supporting homeowners and consumers. We put customers at the center of all that… Wells Fargo


20 days ago

Sr Trust & Fdcry Spclst (lo) Philanthropic Services

Wells Fargo Raleigh, NC

Position will focus on philanthropic business development and philanthropic account management. Fiduciary expert that applies knowledge and skills in… Wells Fargo


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    WF claims they care about customers, but they only care about sales

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    Former Employee - Teller  in  Cary, NC
    Former Employee - Teller in Cary, NC

    I worked at Wells Fargo

    Pros

    Good benefits, OK pay, somewhat flexible schedule.

    Cons

    It's all about sales. It's more important to sell checking accounts than to balance your drawer at the end of the day. Sales goals are ridiculous, and the job title should be "Sales Representative," not "Teller." The job description when I applied was very misleading, and during my interviews I was told about certain "goals" we have, which basically are mandatory quotas. If your branch is slow, oh well, you do whatever it takes to make your numbers. I had a manager call an ex-boyfriend to see if he would open up an account to meet our checking account goal for the day. Managers also play favorites with the tellers, and if you're on their good side it doesn't matter if you don't sell to the customers. They also pay crap for what they expect of you. When I was hired the HR rep told me that they love their tellers because they are the "face of the company." For some odd reason they like to pay the face of their company $10.67/hr and the bonuses are far-fetched.

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    Treat your employees like you actually care about them, and then you might see the production you want.

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