" If Wells Fargo is to rebuild the nation's trust, it must be willing to invest in its employees, and raises of 1-2% do not show such a commitment." - Alex Ross, Wells Fargo employee ...

 If Wells Fargo is to rebuild the nations trust, it must be willing to invest in its employees, and raises of 1-2% do not show such a commitment. - Alex Ross, Wells Fargo employee

 

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I worked there for 9 years and between 1 amd 4% was the standard

I used averaged 4-5% raises from wells Fargo except years when they have fines or lawsuit against them and now it's 1.5% yet upper management still get nice raises

Its pretty much standard in all of retail.

Unfortunately those types of raises seem to be a standard in banking

Years ago we got 4% increases....With all the bonuses like what sloan got, don't ever expect a nice pay rsise!!!!

That type of raise is standard across most companies, not just in banking.

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The suspension of goals and metrics for frontline workers at Wells Fargo comes just days after our groundbreaking report highlighting how a toxic work environment still exist.

“The suspension of these goals and metrics is a huge victory for my co-workers and me, who have long pushed for Wells Fargo to end the high-pressure, stressful environment that makes it so hard for frontline workers to get the job done. We are all so grateful to U.S. Representative Cindy Axne, who pushed Tim Sloan on those metrics in Tuesday’s hearing. It’s moments like these that I joined CBB for—so that Wells Fargo workers on the front line can raise our voices and move the bank to change and do right by its customers. This moment shows how Wells employees coming together can make a lasting impact, and that our voices are critical to truly re-establishing the bank.” - Mark Willie, Wells Fargo employee
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They are no different than any other bank or credit union. It’s a shame

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We are extremely proud of Committee for Better Banks Alex, Meggan, Mark, Lee, and Killian! These courageous frontline workers from Wells Fargo were in DC on the Hill this week for the Tim Sloan hearing. Over the course of two days, they delivered our #WheelsAreOffWF petition to Sloan and spoke with representatives like Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, Congressman Chuy García, Senator Sherrod Brown, Katie Porter, and U.S. Representative Cindy Axne about their experiences and the changes they want to see at Wells Fargo. ...

We are extremely proud of Committee for Better Banks Alex, Meggan, Mark, Lee, and Killian! These courageous frontline workers from Wells Fargo were in DC on the Hill this week for the Tim Sloan hearing. Over the course of two days, they delivered our #WheelsAreOffWF petition to Sloan and spoke with representatives like Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, Congressman Chuy García, Senator Sherrod Brown, Katie Porter, and U.S. Representative Cindy Axne about their experiences and the changes they want to see at Wells Fargo.

 

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