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AE ZamagoHaaaaaa.... Kristin Kristin Post.... I have thought all of these things in my mind and worse.... But I always smile and say... I'd be happy to help you.... Aaaaaahhhhh13 hours ago   ·  1
Teresa RodriguezLol. So true.16 hours ago   ·  1
Stephanie Miranda LopezLmao16 hours ago   ·  1
Teresa RodriguezHeck yeah good times. πŸ˜‚16 hours ago   ·  1
Emmie LeeLmao! Tiffany & Cole!12 hours ago   ·  1
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Destiny DominguezStephanie Miranda Lopez Teresa Rodriguez good times lol16 hours ago   ·  1
Joseph AlmaguerRachel, Jennifer, Nicole, Jess! πŸ˜‚13 hours ago   ·  1
Nelly PhanNeil Cabasag Sicong Kang lol14 hours ago   ·  2
Nicole Christine GreenI see Red everytime a customer shows up at 5 on the dot14 hours ago
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Exactly!
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Laura WhiteshirtIt's not always about selling. There are other departments in banks that have high expectations that don't even affect the customer and I feel like this site only sees the selling goal as important. That's only one portion to making a better bank there are several other depts that need help and consideration as well1 day ago   ·  6
Joseph DragoEvery platform banker has the fight this huge conflict interest each and everyday.4 days ago   ·  14
Lisa CanningThank you for speaking out!3 days ago   ·  5
Marian CruzGood that you're speaking out!3 days ago   ·  3
Mary Anne KornbauThank you Mr. Taha!3 days ago   ·  2
Joani HannuPREACH!4 days ago   ·  1
Tiffany R. SimisonTellers, Customer Service Reps, Bankers, and also Front line managers are the faces of the banking world. We are the ones that earn the trust of our customers, we are the ones who aid in helping find financial solutions, we are the people's servant (so to speak). As such we deserve to be treated and compensated for helping make the banking world the overwhelming success it is. I understand those who are higher up worked to get there, they have degrees, they have experience; but how are we supposed to get to that point if the industry today makes it nearly impossible? We front liners are yes "the worker bees" but even worker bees deserve some honey! We aren't asking to be millionaires and we aren't asking for something for nothing. We want the pay we deserve, the benefits we deserve, and attainable, reasonable sales goals that we can actually meet without financially burdening our customers! We want a fair and equal opportunity to move up, make careers, and provide for our families. If it weren't for us at the bottom you guys & gals at the top would have nothing. We are simply asking for the respect we deserve and are very much so entitled too! #committeeforbetterbanks4 days ago   ·  26
Lauren AshleyLost my job at wells Fargo cause I wouldn't sell to people that didn't need or want more "products and services" its ridiculous. Need to get back to actually helping customers and teaching them not just trying to sell them crap2 days ago   ·  11
William StanfieldI remember being bombarded with negativity and anger by the District manager at Wells Fargo because I didn't offer an elderly woman a cash back credit card when the woman was in debt and had just lost her husband...because is what she needed at that point. So sad.1 day ago   ·  7
LaShon L. EarlBanks are notorious for goals, metrics etc. Many employees jobs with banks depends on if you meet them numbers every month. I use to work at a bank so I know.18 hours ago   ·  2
Amie KrugerI'm not required to do any of this at my bank... When at wf- I was BUT since going to my community bank- the interest is back on helping the customer- then sales- and I've been so successful! Love my bank!!!!1 day ago   ·  3
Cyn DeeThank you4 days ago   ·  1
EJ BurganBill Mack Pollard4 days ago   ·  2
Carolyn CoxonAs a former bank employee I experienced this stressful pressure placed on the front line employees. We did not like having to worry about our job if we didn't sell and the customers did not like being pressured.4 days ago   ·  8
Dawn RobertsI used to work for a bank with high sales goals & high pressure to sell. I did decent & met my goals, but I was never on top because I refused to do shady things to gain my sales... Then I'd have to endure lectures from management about why other bankers were getting higher sales, when I'd continually have to fix the "mistakes" they made that eventually lead to the customers being charged. I hated my job, so I moved on. Now I love my job, but miss the benefits the bank offered me. You give & you take! I'll take happy any day ;)2 days ago   ·  16
Karen Rae ZulloSounds like BOA I gave them 39 years of dedicated service short staffed at the end with sales goals through the roof service went out the window all they cared about was sales sales sales ..left on my own terms ..there needs to be a healthy balance profit and sales are surely important but so is servicing what you have already sold1 day ago   ·  2
Grace AdamsIt sounds like straight commission sales job but with assigned hours and assigned work location and maybe a guaranty of whatever the federal minimum wage per hour is.3 days ago   ·  1
Laudano LindaThat's one of the biggest reasons I was let go. 7 years of service for the wrong bank.1 day ago   ·  1
Joseph AnthonyHow you gonna do tht ? Pls let me know lol2 days ago   ·  1
Ronald HardneyDon't we all1 day ago
Joseph AnthonyI been dealing with it for 4 1-2 yrs now2 days ago   ·  1
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Chan DelpThe struggle is real. πŸ™ŒπŸ½2 days ago

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