Thread regarding Wells Fargo & Co. layoffs

Pay ranges

Where in the world are we supposed to see lay ranges for posted jobs? I thought it was said on a prior post it would show for open jobs, but any I look at.. the section is blank.

I also can’t even find the pay range for my current role in my workday info.

Am I missing these details somewhere?

Thank you

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@1lzb+1eYMPkCe Why would they given the change in approach to incentive/variable compensation calculation? It’s much less prescriptive so adding that on would be pretty foolish for HR to do.

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Post ID: @1igf+1eYMPkCe

Its all a secret. Don't ask your manager either because they have been told not to tell you. Just embrace candor and be happy about being left in the dark!!

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Post ID: @1glt+1eYMPkCe

Pay ranges do not include Total Variable Compensation.

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Post ID: @1lzb+1eYMPkCe

The salary range posted for a handful of jobs with my same job title and level represent a nominal increase on the top and bottom lines. Whether that means it includes incentive compensation, no clue, but the increase is not as much as the percent of the now defunct target bonus.

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Post ID: @1otp+1eYMPkCe

Unfortunately some recruiters haven't been posting the pay range in the job postings. Also, a lady minute decision was made to conceal pay ranges from employees. Your boss can see your pay range, so ask them to look it up for you.

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Post ID: @1qbf+1eYMPkCe

You have to look at the open jobs. Most will have pay ranges listed. You can look up those titles in Workday to see the associated comp grade using the “Find Job Profile” link. Those ranges are consistent for jobs with the same comp grade.

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Post ID: @uav+1eYMPkCe

You will only be able to see the pay range for your title, not all of them

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Post ID: @duw+1eYMPkCe

The job postings are wrong too. I think those are just salary, not total comp, i.e. excludes bonus. Managers can see full ranges and are different than what is shown in job postings. In my case apples to apples, my manager had $50k higher range on the top end for me than a similar job posting.

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Post ID: @eqw+1eYMPkCe

I don’t see it on any of the job postings I looked at on the internal site. It’s just blank on them all, it’s odd. I did see it on one other posting but the other 10+, blank.

Also.. “you get what you get”… um I’m not interested in wasting anyone’s time in applying for roles that I can’t qualify for if the base is too high compared to what I am making, or too low. Get a grip.

Thanks to the person who said they should be available soon.

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Post ID: @diz+1eYMPkCe

Pay ranges will be added following the bonus/comp cycle in late Jan / early Feb. pay ranges will only be accessible internally.

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Post ID: @gyr+1eYMPkCe

Does it really matter? You get what you get and if you're not happy with that, you get to leave or join a union.

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Post ID: @tet+1eYMPkCe

On the job posting, though if you're an external applicant you may not see them.

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