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20 days ago

Senior Engineering Consultant

TD AMERITRADE Columbia, MD

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27 days ago

Voice Network Engineer

TD AMERITRADE Columbia, MD

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18 days ago

Senior Java Developer

TD Ameritrade Columbia, MD

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6 days ago

Middleware Engineer

TD Ameritrade Columbia, MD

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    Used to be good, now it's a mess.

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    Former Employee - Senior Manager in Columbia, MD
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in Columbia, MD

    I worked at TD Ameritrade

    Pros

    - The people (legacy from Ameritrade and TD Waterhouse) are very knowledgeable and know what they are doing. They actually WORK.
    - The bonus plan is decent. Or was. It's restructured now so new employees don't get as much benefit from it.

    Cons

    - Influx of Sr. Management from Merrill Lynch and other companies (mostly Merrill Lynch) made morale very low. In fact, COO and CIO left in the same week (one fired, one quit).
    - Outsourcing of key functions to countries where they do not understand your systems or even the point of the project you are working on causes failure to deploy.
    - Favoritism of who you know vs what you know, especially in promotions.
    - The MD office had so many people leave, they wouldn't re-hire in the MD office, insisted on other locations.
    - HR is keenly aware of all problems, but no changes are made
    - Jobs are given to outside applicants before the job is even posted internally for associates (see: Merrill Lynch "friends and family plan")

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    To the new COO and CIO: Please undo the damage done over the last few years (particularly in Technology) and you will have a company that is not only successful externally, but also internally with associates who are proud to work there. The business units are suffering a disservice based on changes forced on technology department over last 2-3 years. To CEO: Don't let your direct reports walk all over you...get involved and listen to what each department is saying.

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