Wells Fargo Careers and Employment
- CEOCharlie Scharf, CEO and President
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than £10B (GBP)
Compensation Consultant in King William Street
on 20 March 2020
Good place to work, good team/work ethic, good management, work from home option available at certain times enabling a good work/life balance, respected company - looks good on personal cv
London Team in Monument Station
on 25 March 2021
All the teams are very siloed and there is no team culture. Management seemed to not really get on with employees and a lot of processes were not in place.
Analyst in UK
on 12 December 2019
Nice Place To Work But Could Be Stressful
Busy and stressful but colleagues are nice and helpful. Salary is fair, workplace culture is great. I learnt a lot on the job. Would recommend company to friends with a personal caution.
Would rather not say in London, Greater London
on 28 November 2019
Worst place I have worked in 20 years of banking
literally the worst place I have ever worked. There is no flexibility on hours, and no option to work remotely. People are criticised for being proactive. Micromanagement is rife and poor management at that. Communication no existent. And if you try and make a move to a better department, it gets blocked even when you’re the best candidate just in case it upsets the current manager. An awful bank with outdated working practices.
Executive Assistant in London
on 7 October 2019
Honest and fair
The role itself was a standard EA role - diary management, travel, expenses, reports and some presentations. My colleagues were incredibly bright and hard working, however there was no office culture to speak of. Hard work was fairly rewarded. The hardest part of the job was learning the industry specific terminology and demands.
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