- 5.0May 31, 2023
Great CompanyFinancial AdvisorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearColleyville, TX
Awesome Culture and I enjoy coming to work.
No cons at this time.
- 5.0Sep 20, 2023BOA Branch Office AdministratorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSeattle, WA
Everyone knows it’s a lot to learn. So no big expectations for at least a year. Also had an assigned mentor from within the region for 6 months.
Your financial advisor can share their bonus, but they don’t have to. You need to negotiate these terms when you hire on.
- 3.0Oct 2, 2023AssociateCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSaint Louis, MO
My direct leaders are great, the company had a small company culture when I first started, I could work remote.
1. The culture is changing rapidly to a more cut throat, big company culture that does not care about it's employee's. 2. ED hired associates on as 100% remote but changed that to you have to come into the office three days a week if you live within an hour of a home office (Tempe, STL, or Canada). Regardless of whether or not you were hired on the grounds that it was a remote position. 3. Anyone who transitioned to a home based associate after the pandemic, is now required to return to work. The process for becoming a home based associate is to fill out the request and have it approved by your leader and then you are an HBA. The company completely reneged on this and decided to make everyone who lives with in an hour return regardless.3