Data Quality Management (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – March 16, 2017
Don't trust what you read here because LFG regularly gets bad reviews purged. I guess it's cheaper than treating people like human beings. Yesterday there were over 400 reviews, and what do you know, today their down to 200 with all the one star reviews deleted.
At least half half the employees are miserable, and a good deal of their workforce are temps trapped in temp jobs for years at a time despite being sold on temp to perm within a year or less.
Senior Compliance Analyst (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 25, 2017
LPL is a large company, and they have lots of resources to use. Once you are established in your position, they recognize that with some flexibility in your work schedule. They also allow you to grow within your department and functions by offering lots of cross training opportunities.
Competitive compensation and industry leading benefits, including a wellness facility with onsite fitness classes, healthy meal choices, and a walk-in clinic. We support employee financial health through a 401k match, ESPP, and employee discounts. Work/life balance is our foundation and is supported through paid holidays, and paid time off (including time to volunteer). We foster a diverse work environment through Employee Resource Groups and diverse strategic partnerships
Operations Specialist (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 7, 2017
coworkers are nice, benefits are decent, other than that they treat you pretty poorly. if you work in san diego don't plan on advancing unless its through a different dept. Upper mgmt is very out of touch with every day operations and communication is awful
Marketing Intern (Current Employee) – Kent, WA – January 30, 2017
I am an intern at LPL Financial. This is a very good work place for everyone who is willing to reach their goals, work within minimum supervision, ability to take on new challenges. People are so friendly and proactive.
A great place to work if you are self driven and have a lot of time to build a book of business with little to no support. A perfect opportunity for someone who is already established and can afford to take some time to not make much while building a company from the ground up. There are no health or retirement benefits as an independent broker.
Workplace currently going through major cultural shift
Senior Internal Regional Director (Current Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – January 25, 2017
A typical day in the recruiter role consists of making 50 contacts to financial advisors/day primarily by cold calling and supplemental email/social media. Workplace culture somber due to many new, negative changes heaped on our business development team at once.
Senior Consultant (Current Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – January 25, 2017
Conflict free objective advice is a worthy business. People work hard and are compensated fairly well. Good place to grow if you are looking to manage others and move up in a corporate environment. Less so for the entrepreneurial type.
Excellent facilities and amenities.
Limited potential career for entrepreneurial versus corporate types.
Financial Relationship Specialist (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 24, 2017
• Establishing a relationship with clients • Problem Solving – Solving problems is the best way to attain new clients and keep current clients • Accounting • Book Keeping • Processing & reviewing account applications for risk & compliance • Marketing and promoting • Establishing relationships with wholesalers and other investment firms • Transferring funds between products as investor needs evolve and require diversification