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Integrity - Do what is fair, honest and trustworthy
Service - Go the Extra Mile
Flexibility - Embrace change, remain positive and get the job ...
I have been working at CUSO Financial Services full-time (Less than a year)
Great hours, I worked inside a Credit Union so my hours were based on the Credit Union hours so lots of paid holidays. You can earn a lot of PTO so thats a plus. They pay for all your licensing.
Your pay comes out of the salary that the advisor who you work for receives. So if he/or she isn't earning very much then they suffer financially and your job is at risk. Health Insurance is horrendously expensive but with the state of Healthcare currently I'm not too surprised. It wouldn't hurt to contribute a little more though.
Advice to Management
Don't take the Sales Assistant pay from the Advisor's pay. They work hard enough and shouldn't have to sacrifice as much income as they have too for extra help.
I applied online. I interviewed at CUSO Financial Services.
I first interviewed with the recruiter. Which took 2 weeks because she never would answer her phone at our scheduled appointments. I later interviewed with the hiring manager. That was about a 2 hour interview. He later had me meet with one of his top producers. After passing a background, I had another interview with two regional executives from the bank that CUSO works with. After not hearing back for a few days I called the hiring manager who suggested that I was not experienced enough? What a waste of my time and to think I actually took time of work to go to several rounds of interviews.