What is the best part about your compensation package?
Directly related to effort extended
Posted 14 days ago
Best compensation in the industry
Posted 15 days ago
bonus, 401K matching, medical and dental
Posted 16 days ago
Fertility benefits, it could be more but I am super grateful
Posted a month ago
Good base salary for the position.
I like that my compensation package is fair. Will be able to judge this after time goes on as far as the level of work and responsibility.
Health benefits, salary and bonus
Nothing great cant really use them
401k match, bonus, st disability
A lot of time off is offered
Review from Marketing Dept
The salary is at or slightly above the market.
Review from Operations Dept
Pay is fair and benefits are good. It is the only reason I stay working here.
Paid time off and 401k
Industry competitive. They are not afraid to pay the right person the right wage
Very gracious with maternity leave
The annual salary makes coping with the bad reputation palatable.
For freshers they will get little less
Paid Time Off is reasonable. Pay could be better.
I have all of the benefits. Health, dental, vision, 401K, PTO, employee discounts, tuition reimbursement, childcare and adoption assistance and maternity leave just to name a few. I love the benefits and I do beleive I am paid fairly.
Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
The compensation is low compared to executives. The average employee is right above poverty level while the CEO got a $2 million dollar raise this year.
I wasn’t paid according to my skill
Review from IT Dept
Too much effort for too little recognition
More money. More money. Much higher raises.
Basic yearly cost of living increases there are things outside of Wells Fargo that stop us from not necessarily always meeting their requirements but that doesn't mean that we don't deserve a cost-of-living increase maybe not a bonus but at least a general cost of living
Honestly, just a money thing. It is a good place to work. Raises tend to be between 1-3% per year.
It should pay equal like other vountries like US
It would be nice to earn a living wage and at least get a cost of living increase each year.
I feel under valued because I gave a 100% every day I went in to work regardless how I felt. I would feel valued as a employee and customer if my vice president would of set down and talk with me with the respect I deserved instead of making me leave.that was my years I served the bank not his.
If our benefits and pay went up at the same rate as senior leaders the bank wouldn’t make a profi
Hidden policies insecure relationship with Company
Yes... i feel i work more and get laid less. And im less efficient becuase nearly half my time is spend dealing with internal bureaucracy
Stock options are missing in the role. So are discounted ESOP
Promises were made to the C Suite which meant we had no work/life balance - in order to maintain the facade of meeting deadlines. And we were salaried so no overtime.
Diversity inclusion thats how i feel
My compensation as s financial analyst is significantly lower than my peers'
Workload more than doubled for no additional pay. A solid, hefty raise would be appropriate.
The pay needs to be improved, staffing needs to be addressed, new incentive program needs to be implemented for employees.
There is no culture of recognition and raises dont ever match even the cost of living increases and are difficult to come by due to unfair review practices.
Because execs take it all and there is not enough for lower workers below an exec level
971 employees at Wells Fargo score their wages and compensation a B on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 63% say Yes. The Finance department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 81/100, a full 20 pts above the Legal department. If you want detailed data about Wells Fargo's wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/wells-fargo/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>
Rate Compensation the Highest
Department - Finance
Experience - 6 to 10 Years
Department - Admin
Rate Compensation the Lowest
Ethnicity - Other
Tenure - Less than 1 Year
Department - Legal
How Wells Fargo's Compensation Score is Calculated