Wells Fargo & Company is a diversified financial services company providing banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and commercial finance through more than 9,000 stores and more than 12,000 ATMs and the Internet (wellsfargo.com) across North America and internationally.
We’re headquartered in San Francisco, but we’re decentralized so every local Wells Fargo store is a headquarters for satisfying all our customers’ financial needs and helping them succeed financially. One in three households in America does business with Wells Fargo. Wells Fargo has $1.4 trillion in assets and more than 275,000 team members in more than 35 countries across our 80+ businesses.
We ranked fourth in assets and first in market value of our stock among our U.S. peers. Among all financial services companies, we ranked first in market value in the U.S. and second in the world, as of June 30, 2013. In 2013, Euromoney named Wells Fargo Bank of the Year and Best Bank in the U.S. We were the first U.S. bank to be recognized as Bank of the Year. In 2012, The Chronicle of Philanthropy ranked us #1 as the Most Generous Cash Donor in the U.S. In 2013, The Wall Street Journal named us the largest bank in the world by market capitalization at $237 billion.
Our vision: “We want to satisfy all our customers’ financial needs and help them succeed financially.
We offer a broad array of medical, dental, and vision plans. In addition, 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.
Our team members also participate in a stock purchase plan and receive discounts on financial products, home mortgages, and more.
Paid Time Off
The flexibility of Paid Time Off (PTO) lets you set your own priorities. Use PTO for vacation, a parent-teacher conference, a doctor’s appointment, or any number of other events in your busy life.
You can make before-tax or Roth contributions (or a combination of both) to the 401(k) Plan up to the lesser of 50% of your eligible pay or the IRS limit. To help you save for retirement, Wells Fargo will match your contributions dollar for dollar up to 6% of your eligible pay on a quarterly basis , after 1 year of service. Additionally, Wells Fargo may — at its discretion — make a profit sharing contribution to your 401(k) Plan account up to 4% of your annual eligible pay based on company performance.
Discounts & Savings
We want you to achieve financial success. So we offer special discounts on Wells Fargo financial products and services that are typically offered to our best customers.
LifeCare.com provides counseling, education, and referral services on a wide range of issues and topics.
You can choose to pay for mass transit or parking on a pre-tax basis.
We encourage you to continue your professional development. Wells Fargo will reimburse you for eligible tuition expenses up to $5,000 annually.
Wells Fargo provides up to $5,000 for eligible adoption-related expenses through our Adoption Reimbursement Program.
Scholarships for Dependent Children
Wells Fargo offers several scholarships to children of employees. Your children can apply and receive awards ranging from $1,000 to $3,000.
I have been working at Wells Fargo (More than 5 years)
Benefits (but cost creeping up and coverage creeping down each year), Good Morale Both Management and Coworkers, and Honestly a Great Company.
Cross Selling is the only focus now, firing employees who are great at their job in every area that should matter but if the cross selling results are not meeting the ever ridiculous quota (which continues to rise) than you may not have a job next month. Expectation for customers to say yes to cross selling, leaving you with no real control of your job security. Stress!
Advice to Management
Cross sell expectations are going to destroy the customers experience after all tenured employees are fired. All that will be left are employees that cross sell and could not resolve a true complex issue.
I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at Wells Fargo.
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.
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.