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Anonymous shared this review of Wells Fargo, United States on Mar 20th, 2020
"Our recruiters and leaders are reviewed for D&I and AA goals and focuses - this really drives great inclusion and opportunity for women at all levels of the organization!"
Anonymous shared this review of Wells Fargo, United States on Mar 17th, 2020
"I enjoy my teammates, the work location, the ability to flex when needed. I do not feel the company stands by some of its policies and has made for an uncomfortable work environment until I found another role at the company. There is work to be done in some areas as there are managers who do not know how to manage, which results in an uncomfortable work environment that dismisses inappropriate behavior by managers who do not know how to lead. I love my new role, my managers, teammates, flexibility, and work location currently. Choose well when interviewing! Also, I enjoy the development opportunities and the Women’s Team Member Network! I have met wonderful women in my time there to connect with outside of my department. "
Anonymous shared this review of Wells Fargo, United States on Mar 12th, 2020
"I used to LOVE this company when I first started. The ethics, values, marketing all speak to me on a deeper level that resonated my commitment to always do the right things for customers. But in application, profits always will come first because your manager is bonused on profitable margins in the cost center. "
Anonymous shared this review of Wells Fargo, United States on Mar 10th, 2020
"HR is a great place to work not sure what it is like in other areas of the bank"
Anonymous shared this review of Wells Fargo, United States on Aug 16th, 2019
"Culture has done a 180. D and I is now a check the box lips service thing. The me too movement is mocked and we have an almost all white male leadership. We used to be great and I loved working here. Now, feeling like we are going back in time.....soon it will be 1950. "
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