Pros: free lunches, great pay, great bonuses, free breakfast
Cons: short breaks, healthcare, people, management
This is a world where client associates are merely pawns in the game and financial advisers can do no wrong. A vast majority of client associates are absolutely miserable and made to feel disposable. I know a woman who has worked there for over 30 years and warned me to get out while I still can.
The money and benefits are awesome, but that is not – more... enough to hide the misery from within. Additionally, free meals are a regular treat. Well fed and well paid do not keep the client associates from being miserable. They trap you with bonuses and throw money at problems.
Management is a joke, most of the other workers are in a ridiculous clique that I thought only existed in high school and the advisers are mostly insufferable jerks. The whole job becomes covering your own hide. The advisers will waste no time in pinning every mistake on you and would have you fired before they admit fault.
This might be a good job for you if you don't have a soul. – less