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Excellent Company
Business Office Administrator - Intern (Former Employee) –  Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON13 March 2019
This company strives for equality in the work force which is really beneficial for women in a male dominant industry. If you work hard, you are rewarded well.
Pros
Excellent Learning Environment
Cons
Hard to balance work and life
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certain culture you were almost forced to conform too
Operations Team Leader (Former Employee) –  Leader, SK7 January 2019
This American culture based company was hard to adjust to as I like to just be me I was the head office for many branches, problem solving all day, I didnt really enjoy being stuck at my desk answering questions on the phone all day. Repetitive tasks
Pros
none
Cons
call centre, really boring
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Full services Investment brokerage Company
Investment Representative (Former Employee) –  Markham, ON10 December 2018
The Largest network of full service brokerage in North America. Very conservative management with a very conservative culture and investment style which is encouraged among its Investment Representatives.
Pros
Independent office opperaton
Cons
Competitive environment difficult to consistently get new clients
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Excellent People
Financial Advisor Trainee (Current Employee) –  Mississauga, ON12 November 2018
The people working at Edward Jones are the best in the industry. Very helpful and welcoming. They are like the best support system when you are starting new.
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3.0
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strict performance standards with lots of independence and freedom to organize your day
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) –  Winnipeg, MB12 October 2018
fine company with very unique service proposition of one advisor offices across the continent supported by state of the art back office
research and compliance platforms. The hardest part of the job is getting started in building a very personal business from scratch.

Te most enjoyable is attracting customers with substative investment needs and portfolios
Pros
Setting one's own style.
Cons
Lack of flexibility in performance standards
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Old School Prospecting Doesn't Work
FINANCIAL ADVISOR (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON21 September 2018
Ask alot of questions during the hiring process. Ask about turnover, door knocking , office set up etc... Limited product shelf with only mutual funds that give $$$ to them.i
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4.0
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Lots of training and very helpful work environment
Financial Advisor (Current Employee) –  Calgary, AB4 September 2018
They do everything to help you succeed! It was a very positive environment, and everyone you work with genuinely wants to help you become an amazing financial advisor. I really enjoyed working with the clients especially in helping them understand their financial goals and the right plan to make them all happen.
Pros
Training and Overall Help
Cons
This industry is highly regulated!
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Good place to work.
Marketing Representative (Current Employee) –  Kitchener, ON4 September 2018
I help with many different area in the office. Where ever the help is needed. Marketing and general office duties are what I mostly do. I learn how to best deal with people.
Pros
Learned some office skills.
Cons
At times thing where slow.
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5.0
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Excellent workplace with lots of growth opportunity
Sr. Business Analyst (Former Employee) –  St. Louis, MO22 August 2018
Great work culture , lots of opportunity for growth. The leaders are eager to invest in your growth.
There are lots of internal programs for career growth.
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Great training
Investment Advisor (Former Employee) –  Alberta24 April 2018
Structured training.
Lots of training available.
It can feel like you are being micro-managed.
Very conservative.
The program works well for some.
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competitive workplace
Financial Advisor Talent Acquisition Partner (Current Employee) –  Mississauga12 April 2018
Talent Acquisition at Edward Jones is very competitive and faced paced. We are constantly sourcing talented individuals for the Financial Advisor role within different sectors especially in finance and sales.
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Challenging and rewarding
Financial Advisor (Current Employee) –  Edson, AB10 March 2018
Edward Jones is one of the best companies to work for. If you like challenge, you are driven and have a desire to succeed this is a great place to build a career
Pros
Manage your own business, best in class training
Cons
Generic goals, not everyone every where can meet them.
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Advisors treat assistants poorly
Branch Office Administrator (Former Employee) –  Brandon, MB14 February 2018
I had a malevolent boss who put me down and threatened me and abused me emotionally. He was rude and was never in the office and constantly shamed me for things outside of my control. He was rude to clients too.
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A great company to work for
On-Call Branch Office Administrator (Current Employee) –  Oshawa, ON13 February 2018
Edward Jones uses current technology. Their policies and procedures are very well documented. There is plenty of opportunity to learn and further develop skills.
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Best job culture and work life balance
Senior Investment Service Specialist (Former Employee) –  Mississauga, ON22 January 2018
One of the best financial investment dealers to work in.Entry level to experienced positions are rewarding. Best training available when you start as a fresher.
Pros
Best Holiday and Sick days allowance
Cons
Progression is limited
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4.0
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Perfect place to grow a practice
Financial Advisor (Current Employee) –  Victoria, BC3 January 2018
If you want to start an investment management practice there is no better place than Edward Jones. Is it hard work? Of course it's hard work! But the perks of success are worth the effort if you can make it through the first 3 or 4 years. The good thing is now they pay a salary for the first four years because they know attrition is highest at this time. What are the perks? Once you get to $12-15M (will take 3-4 years) under management you will make approximately $50k a year. If you can get to this point you will start a snowball effect where your existing clients contribute to accounts and start to refer you business. So within 3 more years you will likely have a 6 figure salary. From there the sky is the limit. Most advisors that succeed with EJ make well over $100,000 and work 40-45 weeks a year. You create your own schedule, even in the early years, so if you have kids it's awesome! They send you on 5 star vacations twice a year if you bring in an achievable amount of assets. Like I said, it's not easy. But if you have the grit and desire, your quality of life after the first several years will be almost unmatched.
Pros
Support, Early salary, Potential for unbelievable quality of life
Cons
Hard work in early years
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Interesting Experience
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) –  Vancouver, BC2 December 2017
It’s a good work place. More of a sales job the company provides extensive training and support. One gets lot of support through other advisors and mentors
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4.0
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Sales oriented
FINANCIAL ADVISOR (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON30 November 2017
Door-to-door sales pitch as a financial advisor. If you can't door-knock, you won't success. Extremely supportive but demanding company culture. Someone will always look over your shoulder, but if you can't make the targeted goals, your business won't last either way.
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Garbage.
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) –  Barrie, ON13 November 2017
If you have to REALLY sell the job to get prospective employees, have ridiculously high turnover of same employees, and have to do the same thing to get and retain clients there is something wrong with your business model.
There's also a reason why self directed discount brokerages are taking over - the general public has been screwed over enough by salespeople claiming to be financially literate.
Obsolete, foul smell like the used car salesmen of days gone by.
Do everyone a favour and stay away from this company and others like it. If you're a client, move your portfolio to either a real independent broker or manage your own money.
Pros
None
Cons
Long hours, unethical
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Branch Office Administrator (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB12 November 2017
They favor the advisors and not the administrators who basically do all the work..
The job is pretty enjoyable but its the beauracacy that isn't enjoyable
I loved meeting the clients and getting to know them
Pros
Hmmmmm
Cons
Long hours -no work life balance
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