Pros: Cosy workstations, ideal location, above average pay, spacious breakroom, and genuine kindness
Cons: Amazing work gets done especially when colleagues randomly prance around like fairies
Life at Ray Jay Is A Journey, Not the Destination - Wealth Building at its finest. Typical day may fly by the seat of your pants.
Management loves you and is not afraid to show it. May not look like it, but having eyes like a hawk, definitely helps.
Co-workers are a mixed bag of goodies, so sweet they may give you cavities.
Plenty of opportunities or offers to advance whether you like it or not.
Hardest parts are going slow in order to go fast, being bad in order to be good, being scattered in order to be organized, executing confusion in order to creatively colour outside of pandora's box, creating neglect in order to prioritize, making an example in order to lead by example, disguising compliments as criticism, seducing Broadridge Datafile and FundSERV to cooperate, and feigning not to love the piles of paperwork ahead of you.
Enjoyable parts are deconstructing all that info, rubbing management and colleagues to purr contently away, pardoning your French, keeping a straight face amongst the off-the-wall banter, being good when you really are good, calibrating your phone voice, playing musical chairs, going fast after going slow, and processing the piles of paperwork behind you.
Aim in the direction to where you are going and you may get there. Watch out for that lightning quick sense of humour or you may miss it.
Dorothy, you are absolutely not in Kansas anymore.
Hold on to your red heels before clicking on the brakes. For the voice of OZ may, guide you through your journey.
When you are ready, take a seat, plug in the music, stay and enjoy the ride on a road where most may not have the chance to travel to.