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13 days ago

Senior Security Engineer

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

• The Senior Security Engineer acts as security engineering's single point of contact for all assigned enterprise projects. The Sr. Security Engineer… TD Ameritrade


30+ days ago

Education Sales Counselor

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

• Generate revenue through consultative, relationship based selling • Handle all client calls in a professional, ethical, suitable and positive… TD Ameritrade


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TD Ameritrade President, CEO & Director Fred Tomczyk
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  • Great company but there is always room for improvement.

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    Current Employee - Assistant Team Manager in Fort Worth, TX
    Current Employee - Assistant Team Manager in Fort Worth, TX

    I have been working at TD Ameritrade full-time (More than 5 years)

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    Pros

    Worked in the back office or brokerage operation side of TDA during my whole time of employment there. Overall it is satisfying, it rare for a company to allow its employees to have time to develop their skill set. They also provide a website that you can access from home called e learning. From this website you can learn a variety of things, from business/ management classes to SQL and Microsoft office certifications. You just need the motivation to do it. Nothing is handed to you here.

    Cons

    This company has yet to find its groove when it comes to the brokerage operation side of the business. They ask for ideas from everyone but does not have the technological support to accomplish the associates great ideas in a timely manner. Engagement drops as communication of these delays are not always provided. In summary, TDA suffers from growing pains. There are many conflicting processes as each department have their own procedures and those are typically not communicated as the knowledge are kept accordingly to the varying departments. Talks of change in the air, just wonder when is it actually going to be implemented.

    Advice to Management

    Help your team see the bigger picture. Your team will be more engaged if they understand the importance of their job and see how their efforts directly impact the client and the firm. Transparency across all levels of the business will stop the unnecessary gossip and help focus everyone's attention to what matters.


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