Financial Advisor (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – September 14, 2012
I started my career not long out of college with American Express Financial advisors (now Ameriprise). It's been a good 9+ years but with so much change in management structure, it is hard to move up and advance which is what I want. Time for me to take a look elsewhere.
Business Systems Analyst and Online Tool expert (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – August 14, 2016
I really enjoy working at Ameriprise Financial and in particular the ability to identify new issues and get them resolved. I have really loved working for this company and love how the management does at recognizing its coworkers for hard work.
Clearing Service Professional II (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – August 6, 2016
Ameriprise Financial I enjoyed worked for, however they were doing a lot of outsourcing to India and we were loosing portions of our job duties and not gaining anything in addition. loved my co-workers, but management did not listen to us, as far as suggestions. There was a lot of turnover of management. the hardest part of my job was to let go of certain job duties to be outsourced. most enjoyable was the duties I was able to keep and have them completed with 100% accuracy. Loved to cross train and learn new roles in the department.
Decent company; but would avoid working in certain areas.
Medical Subrogation Specialist (Former Employee) – De Pere, WI – July 28, 2016
I worked in the auto and home division. Most areas were fantastic; but other areas were ran very poorly with poor management. The work is not gratifying; and managers do not do a very good job in showing gratitude to employees. If you achieve certain levels; the questions then come out as to why you can't do more; versus congratulating you on what you achieved. Also a very HUGE culture of favoritism.
Decent pay, great benefits.
Management culture is one in which they have you work in fear, versus showing you gratitude for great work.
Client Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – July 11, 2016
1.Communicating with clients was very enjoyable 2.The value of financial planning for the future 3. The hardest part of the job was transitioning to paperless with the tremendous backlog of paper. 4.Co-workers and Advisors were extremely easy to get along with.
Auto Claims Representative II (Current Employee) – De Pere, WI – June 28, 2016
Not a bad place to work - decent PTO/sick time, can progress through the company with hardwood and good performance. But, the job seemed a lot better on paper than it really is. Have you use your PTO for national holidays, work/life balance is awful, extremely difficult to obtain days you actually want off work, work load is unapproachable, you will always work more than 8 hours a day, training is too classroom-oriented and not hands on enough.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – June 28, 2016
I had alot of fun working with Ameriprise, although, there is alot of downfalls to this job. -No bonus -Barely any paid sick time/vacation days (5 in TOTAL together) -Not much room for advancement -No benefits of any kind
Para-planner & Customer Service (part-time) (Former Employee) – Burlingame, CA – June 5, 2016
It was a pleasure working for Roman Quisol III. I learned lots from Roman since he extremely knowledgeable about the Financial Markets and always gives the best financial advice to his clients since he always put their needs first.
Great place to work at....
Being a part-time position, it would have been nice getting more hours.
Ameriprise gives you the freedom to run your practice your way hey are very helpful in working with clients to help everyone achieve their goals their technology is the best in the industry in my opinion