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11 days ago

Recruiting Specialist - Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

Thrivent Financial Dallas, TX

You will enthusiastically represent the Thrivent brand and build our talent pipeline. You'll be charged with finding unique candidates who… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Advisor

Thrivent Financial Dallas, TX

**Help Connect Faith and Finances as a Thrivent Financial advisor** What if your next career could change lives? What if you could succeed by… Beyond.com


13 days ago

Recruiting Specialist - Dallas/

Thrivent Financial Fort Worth, TX

At Thrivent Financial, we’re proud of our unique blend of faith, finances, and generosity. We believe that being financially prepared and living… Thrivent Financial


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Thrivent Financial President & CEO Bradford L. Hewitt
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    Only if you like working in a "contract employee" environment.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Dallas, TX

    I worked at Thrivent Financial

    Pros

    Good benefits. Flexible schedule (for most field jobs, working from home is an available option). Fair degree of automony in most jobs. Company mission a good one. Christian company.

    Cons

    Management tends to show favoritism, not being as objective as it should. Several recent reductions in force seemed less thought-out, and more lengthy than they should have been - resulted in employees being kept in limbo for almost a year each time. Training is pretty much non-existant for some jobs and much less thorough for others. Seem to have a pretty fluid workforce.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1. Make the tough decisions, communicate them well, and then stick to them, even if it means 'being the bad guy' occasionally.
    2. Decide whether to be a small 'local-feel' company or the Fortune 500 that you are, and make decisions accordingly: they seem to be split, giving the impression of constantly changing goals - very frustrating for employees who'd like to be loyal and dedicated.
    3. Set up goals so that they promote proper actions and teamwork, not 'work-arounds' and competition between people who are supposed to be 'on the same team.'
    4. Get the training consistent and complete for all positions. Pay Financial Reps a base, at least to start, so that you can maintain a more stable workforce.

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