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Also, I will add, later on another employee has stated she was told that this was a quiet/soundproof room.
originally posted by: Glassbender777
I wonder why, Wells Fargo would want to keep this quiet...
The poor guy had just been laid off. I am told WF does lay-offs this time of year to make themselves look more profitable to shareholders and investors. The employees are given a 2 month notice with 4 months severance after the actual termination date. Then the employee is usually hired back after the new year. This has been going on for years at WF. I can’t imagine working or giving loyalty to any company who treats their employees like this. How can you plan ahead or start a family or take time off if you constantly worry you might be laid-off soon? In my opinion, I think WF needs a better strategy with their HR department. I will have a very difficult time patronizing WF businesses going forward after knowing this how they treat their employees.
November 19, 2014 at 10:58 pm Reply
You have some of it right William….when Wells does mass layoffs they might do a severance but the amount is 100% dependent upon length of employment. They will hire back managers, but regular employees only get hired back if they are favorites…other will be rehired at a lower pay. But if they just let you go in an at will state, no severance.I had one coworker who got one mo of severance, and a manager who got 16 months! then the manager was rehired, but not the lower paid employee. Wells treats team members awful. How do I know this (an d many many other things) you ask? Because I worked for Wells for 10 years, and after contemplating and planning my own suicide…to be done on wells fargo property, I recognized that I had to walk away, and I did. No one can ever sustain the sales goals they set…they are terrible!
November 19, 2014 at 11:24 pm Reply Report comment
originally posted by: Mandroid7
have you been in one?
do you think there is credibility to this theory, hiding a handgun blast, over the report of a suppressor?
how close are they to the other workers?
never actually been in there.
a reply to: Azdraik