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27 days ago

Group Financial Analyst

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. London, Post-Lon

• Develop and utilise knowledge of business to ensure smooth functioning of the Finance department. • Responsible for maintaining and reporting of… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

6 days ago

Trainee Technical Analyst

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Tokyo

Technical for general maintenance & support issues • Investigating and resolving issues raised by clients • Liaising with Hyderabad / Tokyo team on… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

19 days ago

Senior Financial Analyst

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Mississauga

• Influence a culture of continuous improvement by implementing process and job efficiencies. • Collaborate and build effective partnerships with… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

27 days ago

Technical Consultant

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. New Jersey

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:BR) is the leading provider of investor communications and technology-driven solutions for broker-dealers… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

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Broadridge CEO Richard J. Daly
Richard J. Daly
138 Ratings

    Great If You Can Actually Get Hired By Them

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    Current Employee - NONE  in  Edgewood, NY
    Current Employee - NONE in Edgewood, NY

    I have been working at Broadridge as a contractor for less than a year


    For actual permanent employees the benefits are great as is the work-life balance.


    They are far too complacent about using temp help. They keep you on as a long term temp for years and years meaning you get none of the perks of being an actual Broadridge employee but do all the same work. In my department 1/3 of the people are temps, several of which have been here for more than a year.

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    Six months should be more than enough time to evaluate someone's performance and whether or not you need the actual headcount in your department. It's frustrating to people to spend so long in a job and not feel valued and most of us are still looking for full-time permanent work outside your company.

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