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New Financial Advisor –

Ameriprise Fort Myers, FL

This program provides a strong base salary, along with bonus opportunity, and a generous benefits package. In addition, we integrate a unique… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Client Service Coordinator

Ameriprise Fort Myers, FL

The Client Service Coordinator (CSC) supports high producing advisors. This role supports the advisor building efficiencies and growing their… Glassdoor

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    FRAUD, I don't need a sentence to explain the crap that goes on there, it only takes on word and that is FRAUD.

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    Current Employee - Financial Advisor  in  Fort Myers, FL
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    I have been working at Ameriprise


    I suppose the best reason to work there is the company name/recognition more than anything else. Its widely known in the states so it makes it a little easier to talk to people without having to explain your firm, etc.


    Management will hardly ever get back to you in any sort of respectable fashion. Too consumed with only the top producing people in firm. They hire hundreds of people at a time knowing full well only a few will make it through. Granted some of those who don't succeed have to put the burden on themselves, but the other 75% who fail, from what I have seen, could have used more leadership assistance and guidance. What the hell is the point of hiring someone if you aren't going to give them the support and attention they need to be successful?

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    Pay more attention to your new hires! Quit wasting time making phone calls all day to God knows who, I understand that you have someone to report to, but if you can't allocate enough time during the day to help your new advisers and point them in the right direction, then why the hell are you the leadership? Isn't your whole purpose to help the people below you with your 'leadership skills'? Hint, if they don't make it, it's going to be much harder for you to reach all your goals and bonuses. I realize that you think since you're in upper management that you're supposed to take it easy and may not feel obligated to help the 'little man', but I would strongly advise you rethink that strategy. Because if you don't all of your employees are either going to fail or flee elsewhere to another firm/company that is going to do what you choose not to.

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