LPL Financial Jobs & Careers in Rockville, MD

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12 days ago

Senior Operations Specialist

LPL Financial Rockville, MD

Fortigent’s Operations department manages the firm’s outsourcing aspects in terms of performance reporting, portfolio accounting, corporate actions… LPL Financial


28 days ago

Senior Developer

LPL Financial Rockville, MD

Requirements: Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or Information Systems and three (3) years experience in quality assurance… LPL Financial


8 days ago

Operations Specialist

LPL Financial Rockville, MD

Fortigents Operations department manages the firms outsourcing aspects in terms of performance reporting, portfolio accounting, corporate actions… LPL Financial


24 days ago

Ops Specialist

LPL Financial Rockville, MD

Fortigents Operations department manages the firms outsourcing aspects in terms of performance reporting, portfolio accounting, and alternatives… LPL Financial


28 days ago

Senior Analyst, Business Systems

LPL Financial Rockville, MD

Duties: Formulate and define software application scope and objectives with Product Manager, business stakeholders and end clients. Build and… LPL Financial


28 days ago

Senior Engineer

LPL Financial Rockville, MD

Requirements: Master’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or Engineering, and three (3) years experience in quality assurance… LPL Financial


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    Turnover high... Moral low

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Rockville, MD
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Rockville, MD

    I worked at LPL Financial full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Free food (fruit, cereal, peanut butter, jelly). New offices and young group.

    Cons

    Too many bosses, structure is confusing in company. Moved to a new floor to become "one company" only to be separation between operations/tech/executives. Pay for parking (company is too cheap to pay the $30 per month/per employee and only $30 commuting benefits when metro costs $2.85 each way during rush hour. Autonomy since company purchase is low (Fortigent to now LPL Financial), feels like LPL is Big Brother. Reviews are a joke, perception is everything and actual work is nothing. Flexibility is gone, punch in/punch out is like being in 5th grade, no upward mobility, do the same thing year after year with little changes.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Boost the morale, keep people in the now BEFORE advisor relationships become sensitive, actual review work and not your "relationships" with employees.

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