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Employees rate Memphis 21.1% higher than the overall average
I have been working at Raymond James Financial full-time (More than a year)
Easy work, good experience to move up. Sponsors for series exams.
Work load is slow constantly no work to do
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Raymond James Financial (Memphis, TN) in August 2016.
This was by far the worst interview process I have ever experienced. It started off well with a phone screening with HR. They liked my experienced and said I should get an email or phone call to set up a face to face with the hiring manager. The next day I get another call from HR saying they wanted to do a phone interview. I was a little confused and it was clear they didn't realize I already had a phone interview. Also the people from HR had very little knowledge of how time zones work. Given their role, I thought this was rather odd.
When I went in for a face to face with the hiring manager, the interview lasted about two and a half hours. The person interviewing me spoke about 75% of the time. I would begin to answer a question and he would interrupt me to tell me a story and would ramble on. He even at one point apologized for being scatter brained. In addition, he mentioned things about the company and this department that made me realize that I would not want to work their nor do business with Raymond James.