I was kept busy, at times supporting 7 Financial Advisors, but I didn't have to work a lot of overtime. I was only as good as my last mistake, meaning, none of my contributions were recognized verbally or otherwise. I received no raises, no advancements and no share of the revenue for the Financial Advisors I supported. I felt like many of the support staff, that I was totally expendable and replaceable. Some people seemed to thrive in that environment. If you want the same job forever, at the same pay this might work for you. If you are ok with being treated like a second class citizen because you happen to be female, than this might be the company for you. If you value the quality of your work, want to advance into management, and feel like you should be able to afford to retire someday, I would keep looking.
good benefits, good time off, not much overtime.
very little advancement potential, very little income growth potential