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Wells Fargo Overview

San Francisco, CA
10000+ employees
1852
Company - Public (WFC)
$10+ billion (USD) per year
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) is a diversified, community-based financial services company with $2.0 trillion in assets. Wells Fargo’s vision is to satisfy our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially. Founded in ... Read more

Mission: We have five primary values that are based on our vision and provide the foundation for everything we do:

People as a competitive advantage
Ethics
What’s right for customers
Diversity and ... Read more


Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2009 (#45)

Company Updates

  • Ashlyn shares her career path and tells us how she became a Financial Crimes Manager within our Special Investigations unit. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQy9t

    Working at Wells Fargo - Financial Crimes

    Ashlyn Sinquefield, Financial Crimes Manager at Wells Fargo, talks about how she ended up in her role with the Financial Crimes team and what she loves about the special investigation aspect of her job.

  • Attention college juniors! Check out our Women in Financial Services Forum, which will be hosted in Charlotte, NC on Nov 8th – 9th. This is a great opportunity to learn about summer and FT opportunities with Wells Fargo, get exposure to the our Wholesale business, develop your interview skills, and, network with Wells Fargo senior leaders. Application deadline is September 17! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ0vJ

    Wells Fargo's Women's Leadership Forum

    Wells Fargo Women's Leaderships Forums are designed to encourage and inspire women who have an interest in pursuing a career in financial services.

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Wells Fargo – Why Work For Us?


About Wells Fargo

At Wells Fargo, we believe in the power of working together because great ideas can come from anyone. Through collaboration, any team member can have an impact and make a difference for the entire company. So join our team to start your career in a supportive environment where you can learn and grow. There’s no telling how far we can go.

News, insights and perspectives from Wells Fargo are also available at Wells Fargo Stories.

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As a Wells Fargo team member, you will receive a rich selection of benefits you can personalize to help you achieve the perfect work/life balance. Some of the benefits we offer include:

  • Paid Time Off
  • 401(k) Plan
  • Wellness Benefits
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Adoption Reimbursement
  • Scholarships for Dependent Children


People As Competitive Advantage

 
Our most important value is this: we believe in people as a competitive advantage. We strive to find the best people from a diversity of backgrounds and cultures, give them the knowledge and training they need, allow them to be responsible and accountable for their businesses, and recognize them for outstanding performance. Products and technology do not fulfill the promise behind a brand — people do, people who are more talented, more motivated, more energized than their competitors. We believe our people will out execute our competitors every time because they care more than our competitors do. While we do this, we expect to have fun, too.

This is the core of our culture. Culture means knowing what to do in the morning without having someone tell you what to do. We want to comply with not just the letter of the law but the spirit of the law. People as a competitive advantage should be that instinctive. It’s the starting point of every decision we make. When our people are in the right jobs, spending time on the right things, managed well, feeling good about their contributions, fully using their skills and learning new ones, and having fun — they’ll do it right by our customers. When they’re properly incented, rewarded, encouraged, and recognized — they’re even more satisfied with their jobs, provide better service, generate more sales, and produce even better business results. This generates more revenue — which results in greater profit — which fuels a higher stock price. 
 

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What’s behind our approach? Enabling ordinary people to do extraordinary things. It’s the difference between a good place to work and a great one. 
 
Continual development

At Wells Fargo, we want every team member to be in a constant state of growth and development. Our leadership team encourages and supports team members to reach their full potential. Professional development opportunities at Wells Fargo include:
  • Education — tuition reimbursement for career-related courses
  • Goal-setting and performance education
  • Online career development tools and resources
Diverse career paths
We encourage our team members to try new jobs, support their efforts to take on new responsibilities, and celebrate their career success.

We recognize the need to take on new responsibilities over time. The size and diversity of opportunities within  Wells Fargo mean you’ll always have new challenges and opportunities.

Clearly defined career paths make it easy to see the next step in your careers. If you want to change careers entirely, you can do it — without leaving  Wells Fargo.

Recognition

Recognition is a vital part of making team members feel appreciated — and we do it at every opportunity. It can range from a simple thank-you note to a formal award ceremony at the local or national level.

Recognizing both sales performance and great internal and external customer service is essential to building and retaining the best team in the industry.
Envision your Career with Us


Learn more about our opportunities for new grads here, and, check out The Ultimate Graduation Guide for tips and guidance to help transition you from student to professional.  


Wells Fargo Reviews

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    Pros

    Wells Fargo treats each and every employee as an asset by encouraging employees to continuously learn and grow both individually and as a team. I have never worked for a company that focuses so intensely on supporting its' employees through coaching, mentoring, and encouraging career development.

    Cons

    The only cons involved in working for Wells Fargo involve those barriers that employees may create as a result of poor adherence to schedule, or not reaching out to ask questions when necessary.

    Advice to Management

    Most always do, but make sure to say good morning to each and every one of your team members! It really makes a difference and makes being at work feel like being home!

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Wells Fargo Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at Wells Fargo.

    Interview

    So you apply to all the job postings that you want online wellsfargo.com/careers. You have to make an account and apply for each job post individually. Then you get an email to do a screening. It's a bunch of random aptitude questions. Then you'll get a choice as to when you would like to attend a group interview. This is for your entire metropolitan area. You interview with a recruiting officer. The group interview is about 2 hours long. You have to apply for all the job postings you want online again. Then you'll get an email telling you you can come for another interview-it is either one on one or another group interview. Or you'll get one saying they chose to go a different direction. If you get the former you'll go to a group interview-at least in my case- with a hiring panel. It has the district manager, and the managers at all the stores that have openings in the area. They'll ask you questions. Then at that point they write what they like about you and send it to recruitment who then makes the final decisions. Then the recruiting officer will either call you or email you telling you if you got the job. But careful, then you have to do an online application, set up a date for a fingerprint analysis, then the background check officialpy starts which could take a while. The. After that clears it's another week or two until you go into 2 weeks of mandatory 8-5 training. All in all the hiring process is about 6-8 weeks. It's long for an entry level job.

    Tips- you don't have to be the first one to answer all of the questions but try to be the third or forth, because sometimes they'll skip to the next question for the sake of time
    Smile: look the interviewer straight in the eye and smile and make eye contact even when they're talking to the whole group.
    Dress: Dress better then you think you should. Wear a suit. For girls a blazer and work pants is perfect. They should be wrinkle free and ironed. Stick with neutral colors and minimal makeup. Girls don't ever wear bold lipstick to an interview it's just not appropriate. And no chipped nail polish. Guys- if you wear a suit don't wear a black tie- it's only appropriate for funerals and weddings. Make sure your socks don't show and your tie should match your shirt.
    Sales- what they're looking for the most is cash experience and sales experience. And people who can learn quickly and easily. Extra friendly is the key word here. They also have customer satisfaction surveys so if you're not great with customers it might not be the right fit.

    Interview Questions

    • Whats a time you've overcome an obstacle? what did you learn?   9 Answers
    • Whens a time you've dealt with a difficult customer? How did you retain them?   5 Answers
    • Name a professional achievement. What did you learn about yourself?   7 Answers
    • We find coachability very important. Whens a time you'd say you learned a task quickly and effectively   2 Answers
    • Tell us about a personal sales goal. MOST IMPORTANT   2 Answers

    Negotiation

    Sometimes with tellers you'll have to mark both part time and full time because they have more part time positions available- but it could lead to full time. Just be prepared that it could be part time they're offering you. I got
    A part time of 24 hours a week.

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Wells Fargo Awards & Accolades

  • Most Valuable Banking Brand in North America and Retail Banking, Brand Finance, 2017
  • Perfect Score of 100 on the Corporate Equality Index (14th Year), Human Rights Campaign, 2017
  • Monarch Innovation Awards, Most Innovative Feature: Wells Fargo’s CEO Mobile Biometric Authentication, Barlow Research Associates, 2016
  • #1 in Overall Mobile Performance, Ease of Use, Functionality, and Best App & Mobile Web Experience, Keynote Competitive Research, 2016
  • 4th Top Company For LGBT, DiversityInc, 2016
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