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14 days ago

Teller

Wells Fargo Coon Rapids, MN +31 locations

Tellers are the face of our company and represent Wells Fargo in the community. A Teller position with our team offers an opportunity to be part of… Wells Fargo


13 hrs ago

LEAD TELLER – new

Wells Fargo Bloomington, MN

A Lead Teller spends almost all of his or her time working with Wells Fargo’s most important asset, our customers. Lead Tellers are able to juggle a… Wells Fargo


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Wells Fargo President, CEO, and Director John G. Stumpf
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    Great company with great teams, projects and systems

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    Current Employee - Systems Architect in Minneapolis, MN
    Current Employee - Systems Architect in Minneapolis, MN

    I have been working at Wells Fargo full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Top notch senior resources; every technology one can imagine, including ongoing research and POCs into the latest technologies; managers are hit and miss - some are extraordinary; great training available if you land in the right unit and division

    Cons

    WF would have a 5-star rating but for compensation and opportunities for advancement. The compensation is based on unfair regional pay categories that do not necessarily differentiate between urban centers and rural areas ... one you reach a midpoint and you are the top classification for your job category, it can be very hard to change roles, forcing great employees to leave. The benefits are terrible. Tons of time wasted in meetings. The division you are in can be terrible in terms of management and opportunities ... bad stuff rolls downhill. It is easy to transfer divisions, but that means proving yourself all over again.

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    Pay more. Rebel against HR to change the midpoint system or you are going to lose employees like me.

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