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Fixed Income Extended Internship Spring/Summer 2015

Principal Financial Group Des Moines, IA

Principal Global Investors will host multiple students from December 2014 through July 2015 in our Fixed Income Department. During your internship… Beyond.com


15 hrs ago

Junior Analyst - Fixed Income Consumer & Industrial Team – new

Principal Financial Group Des Moines, IA

Provide research and analysis in the fixed income investing function. Proactively research, compile, and analyze information to aid the investment… Beyond.com


17 days ago

Equities Summer Associate 2015

Principal Financial Group Des Moines, IA

of the equity investment process which may include stock selection models, quantitative ranks, back-testing, risk management techniques, portfolio… Glassdoor


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Principal Financial Group Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Larry D. Zimpleman
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    Excellent at first but with a change of CEO and the recession the entire company culture changed.

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    Former Employee - Senior Relationship Manager  in  Des Moines, IA
    Former Employee - Senior Relationship Manager in Des Moines, IA

    I worked at Principal Financial Group full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Good salary and excellent benefits. Ample opportunities for development.

    Cons

    Ineffective leadership at the team and department levels. A company culture that was more talk that action. Many things the company supported were not liked or supported by team and department leadership so those areas just missed out. When Barry Griswell was CEO there was a real "people" culture. When I left it was all about metrics, numbers and reporting. The people were undervalued, not recognized, and overworked.

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    Make sure leaders/managers at all levels know how to support what HR promotes as the company culture. Fix the review system which is completely broken.

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