Wells Fargo says its culture has changed. Some employees disagree

Source: Emily Flitter & Stacy Cowley, N.Y.Times (Paid Registration)

There is no evidence that Wells Fargo employees are secretly opening accounts in customers’ names or tricking them into buying unnecessary auto insurance, as some did in the past. The bank has altered how it pays workers and added safeguards to catch bad behavior.

But Wells Fargo workers say they remain under heavy pressure to squeeze extra money out of customers. Some have witnessed colleagues bending or breaking internal rules to meet ambitious performance goals, according to interviews with 17 current and former employees and internal documents reviewed by The New York Times.

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