Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 28, 2017
Worked weekends and Monday 3-12 hour shifts, started as a seasonal then got licensed, great licensing program, decent pay for Texas. They try to always show that they care, they mostly do,but they also put on that image because they pay less than the competitors. Great place to start if you are willing to answer around 50 calls a day and hit sales goals every quarter.
Great company culture.
If you answer phones all day, dealing with arrogant people can be a pain...
Seasonal Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 28, 2017
Productive and great place to work, but broker license is required to support the positions. A call center environment, assisting clients with trades, inquiries, password resets. This company offer a lot of incentives to employees.
Good place to start with advancement opportunities
Financial Services (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 27, 2017
TD Ameritrade is large company with opportunities for advancement. Most positions you will start in will be taking incoming calls. A lot of new systems and regulations to learn in a short time. Will have to pass Series 7, 63,66 or 24 for most positions.
Cafeteria, Compensated for sales
Short Breaks, Must follow schedule they set for you, Not a lot of break between phone calls
Registered Representative (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – June 21, 2017
Working for a Trade Firm is always going to be challenging. It can be stressful, especially around tax season. Overall it was a great experience to learn about trading and the markets and overall a lot I didn't know before.
Senior Financial Consultant (Current Employee) – North Bethesda, MD – June 20, 2017
work day starts with a morning huddle, then review the days calendar to plan accordingly for meetings, call blocks and administrative work.
flexible with hours if you need to go to the doctor or other errands that have to be done during the week.
there is a one week intensive training to teach professional sales skills. hardest part of the job is staying focused when management is trying to pull you in 5 different directions. most enjoyable part of the job are team outings and lunches.
The organization is growing quickly which creates opportunities however the firm is very clearly more focuses on selling than on helping clients. The idea is that there is flexibility in my position ads far as schedule but the push is for longer hours.
Investor Service Representative (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 13, 2017
Awesome employer! Young, fun environment and always having activities to spice things up. ALWAYS feeding you free food. Very easy to promote from within, almost everyone starts in the same entry level position and moves out of it within a year.
Director (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – May 4, 2017
When the company was small, it was fun and exciting, the culture was great. It grew both organically as well as through mergers and acquisition. It all changed with the Canadian invasion, a large percentage of the upper leadership are Canadian and the TD values have made Ameritrade and extremely liberal and corporate environment.