It varies from office to office, but the Chesterfield Valley office had a great culture. Lots of inclusion. The leadership team is very supportive.
Answered - Financial Representative (Current Employee) - Missouri
The buildings are sublime and modern. The culture is changing and is very stressful right now due to the layoffs. Very heavy energy.
Answered - Product Owner (Former Employee) - Franklin, WI
Terrible place to work. Their laying off regular employees so they don't need to pay benefits but hiring temps. Management is abusive, micro managing, negative so they don't give a raise. They give a free lunch but it's nothing to brag about. They don't pay well. They use to be a good company. Went dowhill.
Everyone there is really fun and easy to get along with.
Answered - Financial Representative-Intern (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
The culture was okay, but no one was ever in the office
Answered - Financial Representative Intern (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Chain gang,my thoughts exactly,their expectations are outrageous and think of employees as robots.my advise is run fast run far.there is no respect or reward unless you're one of the chosen 0nes.
It is no longer a positive work environment. They claim to want to be at the center of their clients financial lives but have/are letting go many of the people who work directly with clients. Full time company employees are being replaced with temps who have no stake in the company and service and service levels are not what they used to be. Its sad.
It really depends on what location you work at.
Changing. It is changing form the old school manner to a environment that is encouraging employee engagement, ideas on doing things better and being more agile. The facilities and amenities there are top notch.
Answered - Facility Manager (Current Employee) - Milwaukee, WI
Amazing. Great people and great culture,
Answered - Financial Representative (Current Employee) - Addison, TX