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
What’s right for customers
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I have been working at Wells Fargo full-time (Less than a year)
The culture here is phenomenal. The message is all about how the people make the difference and the company is very focused on developing employees.
The routines set in place to reinforce the behaviors are phenomenal. Resources available to leaders for improving coaching style are endless! They have even taken external leadership theories and incorporated those into the resources and training available.
Highly engaged and talented people work here, making it a great place to network and grow.
Some systems are a bit antiquated, but to be honest I’d prefer that over flashy stuff that glitches out all the time.
Time off is not very competitive, and it doesn’t increase with positions that have more responsibility, it only increases with years worked at the company.
No fully comprehensive health plan, but they do offer a company funded HSA with one of the plans.
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 days. I interviewed at Wells Fargo (Toronto, ON) in November-2016.
On campus recruiting. Standard 30 min phone call, asked behavioural and technical questions. Interviewer was very nice but also in a rush to finish first rounds. Make sure you know what separates Wells Fargo from the other bulge brackets. Interviewer was pressing me hard on why not other banks, and if i was interviewing with other firms. Show your conviction in the firm and it should be fine
Wells Fargo's Military Affairs Program manager, Jerry Quinn, is an Army Veteran who found a career he loves at a veteran-friendly company. He shares his experience here. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQJbW
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