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  • Not much of a work/life balance (in 348 reviews)

  • Management and sales goals are hard to achieve (in 1233 reviews)

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  1. "Working at Wachovia / Wells Fargo"

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    Former Employee - Wealth Relationship Manager in Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Wealth Relationship Manager in Charlotte, NC

    Pros

    Overall good benefits for Health and Retirement. For the most Wachovia / Weels Fargo was a good place for work / life balance. Giving in Communities and support of employees contributing in their communities was encouraged. Salary and Incentive Compensation was fair although demanding and could be punishing if you miss "one" piece of the puzzle.

    Cons

    Sometimes management is so disconnected from Line Employees that they have lost touch. Decisions are made in towers and big cities without taking a good look at frontline and differing markets. Missing "one" piece of the incentive matrix could punish an otherwise tellar production year or quarter.

    Advice to Management

    Management needs to spend more tie with troops. If you are going to pay employees to sell then pay them to sell and don't limit them by pieces of a matrix. Take under consideration some areas are stronger than others at certain times and you could be strong in certain areas and weak in others, but it usually balances out over time. Don't measure folks on weekly basis.