The business of Wells Fargo
Since 1852, Wells Fargo & Company has played an extraordinary role in the financial history and development of America.
Visit the resources below to see why today, the Wells Fargo family of companies is an industry leader in providing
diversified financial services to satisfy all the financial needs of consumers, small business, farmers and ranchers, middlemarket
and large corporations, real estate developers, and local governments.
- Vision & Values
- One Wells Fargo
- About our Company
Wells Fargo Corporate Library
Wells Fargo Corporate Library contains more than 5,000 books, DVDs, and CDs, available for checkout as well as expanded
online magazine and business article browsing functions, book book summaries, and much more. Some of the many topics
include personal and professional development, technology and business, and finance. With the online library reservation
systems, U.S.-based team members and contract employees can search our collection, free of charge. Library services
- Access to personal and professional development.
- Free access to online magazines, journals, and expertly written book summaries. The library accepts donations
and collection recommendations.
How to reach us
You can request our services by visiting the Wells Fargo Corporate Library website.
Information Research Services
Information Research Services provides the information you need to better understand your clients, ultimately positioning
you to deliver superior financing solutions. Information Research Services is staffed by experienced research librarians
located in Charlotte and San Francisco and is available to all team members. We seek to be your one-stop shop for
valuable business research with one or more of the following:
- Company research
- Industry research
- Rating agency commentaries
- Comparable deal information and statistics
- Economic data and statistics
- SEC and legal filings research
How to reach us
You can request our services by visiting the Information Research Services website.
Other support departments are mentioned throughout this handbook; feel free to contact them with your questions. This
handbook gives company-wide numbers and email addresses when available, and you can also find information on these
and many other departments by looking for their listings in Sites A–Z on Teamworks.
- A – E
- F – J
- K – O
- P – S
- T – Z
A – E
A resource for team members and managers who need assistance in responding to a medical condition or restriction that
impairs a team member’s ability to perform one or more of the essential functions of his or her current job duties.
active working status
Days when a team member is actually on the job (including time on reduced work schedule) or is on regularly scheduled
days off, holidays, jury duty, bereavement time off, or Paid Time Off (PTO) — except for those days when PTO is the team
member’s source of income during the Short-Term Disability (STD) Plan’s one-week waiting period. Time on leave (which
includes the STD Plan waiting period, whether or not the team member is using PTO) is not included in “active working
Time off from work in certain situations where appropriate as determined by Wells Fargo (for example, to conduct an
Affirmative Action Plan (AAP)
The official document that analyzes the workforce in terms of minority and female representation (and, where applicable,
veterans or employees with disabilities), identifies problem areas, and sets goals to correct any areas of underutilization.
A schedule in which the length and number of workdays are predetermined and constant but may be less than five days
per week or longer than eight hours per day (for example, a 10-hour day for four days each week).
An individual who:
- Expressed interest in a currently open position by telephone, the internet or related electronic technologies, or a
resume or Job Interest Profile form.
- Was considered for employment in a particular position.
- Is eligible for employment at Wells Fargo and who meets the advertised qualifications.
- Did not withdraw himself or herself from consideration at any point during the selection process.
Accounting Unit; see business group.