Implementation Consultant (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – October 5, 2016
Best company I have worked for! Great work environment, co-workers, management team, and numerous opportunities for continuous learning, training, and education. Solid work/life balance as long as you were efficient and a good time manager. Easy to move up if you network appropriately.
Solid work environment, great people, opportunities for continuous learning
Compensation not competitive for lower level associates
Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – July 11, 2016
Whether you are seeking a clinical or non-clinical career, you will have the opportunity to apply your unique experience and expertise in support of a nationally-recognized healthcare leader. Banner Health's Western Region consists of facilities that offer comprehensive care in friendly, small-town environments. With Banner Health Western Region you get a unique combination of the latest technology at your workplace and relaxed living.
I worked for a group of writers who were a very interesting. I met some great friends there, and learned a bit about stocks. I made travel arrangements for the writers, kept vacation requests, etc. The most enjoyable part of my job was the fact that everyone got along.
Everyday is different and brings various challenges as per job. In order to face those challenges there are limitations of what can be done and what can not be done by contractors. knowledge and information shared within department is very limited. Lacks appreciation and credit given for the work done effectively and in timely fashion.
I like the job. Not a fan of doing the same thing everyday but if you don't mind talking on the phone to customers, and looking at computer screen while on a recorded line to ensure compliance then this job is nice. Not much room for growth though until you get your series 7. You get two 15 minute breaks a day and an hour lunch.
Good pay and benefits. Compnay s great overall. Business casual attire.
Long days sitting at a computer talking on the phone. The day isn't much more than that.
QA Manager and Trainer (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – October 25, 2016
Good place to work but very little communication through teams. There is little to no communication between teams working on the same project. There is even less communication between management to the teams.
Participant Service Center Associate (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – July 19, 2016
great company to work for. Really good benefits including large 401k contributions. Just have to be able to deal with many different projects and responsibilities at one time. Opportunities are there, you just have to go after and get them.
Conservative culture, but overall a good place to work
Data & Process Manager (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – August 20, 2016
There could be more vision in terms of their strategic technology plan, but overall the firm is a good place to work. They have good benefits packages, and for the most part are good about work/life balance.
Company taught me a lot about corp culture - great place to . I learned alot about how a company can teach you about life. Nothing in life comes easy... you must put in the work to achieve your dreams.
This was a great opportunity to work alongside brilliant people who are eager to pass on their knowledge to anyone who will listen. We were able to sit in on board meetings, present stock evaluations, gain insight on how to read a market. Overall, it was a wonderful experience and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking to enter this field
Great company to work for with advancement opportunities and generous benefits. It can be challenging in the beginning to understand the IT infrastructure and to establish yourself. But the coworkers are very helpful.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – May 30, 2016
It was nice working with T Rowe Price. Warm Culture. Co workers were very helpful specially Manager. Though there is still some discrimination between contractors and Full Time but I didn't have to face this in my team. Team was supportive and helpful.
Decent pay, good benefits, good place to start a career
529 Account Specialist (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – March 28, 2016
Management is okay and stay off your back if you do what you are supposed to. Easy to slip through the cracks if you don't lobby for yourself. Management path is the best way to advance in other areas of the company- nearly impossible to get a promotion out of operations unless you are on the management track.
Good retirement benefits
Stale, stagnant. Could use a youth movement in business planning
Client Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – April 10, 2016
They have a fitness center at both locations, Owings Mills and Baltimore. There are two in Owings Mills, one brand new. The management at T. Rowe is great. There is room for growth and a lot of wonderful opportunities to advance.
fitness center, great cafe with cheap healthy options
Pros great non-monetary benefits, easy company mobility, excellent work-life balance, and really nice people. overall, a really solid company to work for. Cons in order to move past a certain level, you definitely need a solid education background or significant professional experience. hard to break through into the trading environment, similar to many competitors Advice to Management take smaller bonuses and reward employees at the bottom making less than 50k a year. no reason someone should be making $10 million a year when others at the same company are just trying to stay afloat
Intern (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 31, 2016
Work was pretty boring but management was very nice. Co-workers were a bit older and the company micro-manages you. Some of the in-house programs are not very well done but overall it was a good internship. Would recommend it to others.