Former Wells Fargo employee shares pressure he felt over sales quotas
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf resigned on Wednesday following outcry over a fake accounts scandal within the company. In order to meet sales quotas, employees had opened more than 2 million accounts and credit cards for customers without their knowledge.
To get a better sense of the company’s culture, we spoke with former Wells Fargo banker Khalid Taha. He recently settled a personal injury lawsuit against Wells Fargo over stress caused by sales quotas and left the bank in July as a condition of his settlement.
Click the above audio player to hear his full account.
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