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Administrative Assistant

TD Ameritrade Jersey City, NJ

Provide administrative support to Infrastructure Services Director level Associate(s) that may span across various teams and levels within the… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Senior Software QA Engineer

TD Ameritrade Ann Arbor, MI +2 locations

• Applies expertise related to estimating, designing, developing and… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Director Audit Institutional

TD Ameritrade Fort Worth, TX

• Formulate, update, and execute on the assigned annual audit plan based on an assessment of company goals and objectives… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Amerivest Ops Representative Draper

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

The Amerivest Operations Representative is part of the sales and service team for Amerivest products. Representatives will interface with clients on… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Investment Consultant Honolulu HI

TD Ameritrade Honolulu, HI

The Investment Consultant is a highly motivated professional with extensive experience and knowledge of financial products and strategies, with a… TD Ameritrade

7 days ago

Portfolio Accountant

TD Ameritrade Denver, CO

• Fund Accounting System • Ensures that assigned portfolios (30 for Senior Fund… TD Ameritrade

21 days ago

Business Development Specialist Portland OR

TD Ameritrade Portland, OR

• Meet and/or exceed the Business Development Specialist targets on both a quarterly and annual basis across all facets of the TD Ameritrade product… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Senior Relationship Manager Retirement Plan Services (Advisors)

TD Ameritrade Denver, CO

The SRM – Retirement Advisors has the responsibility of developing and managing effective primary relationships with Registered Investment Advisors… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Senior Analyst Problem Management

TD Ameritrade Jersey City, NJ

The successful candidate requires technology-specific acumen in combination with a demonstrated functional understanding of technology infrastructure… TD Ameritrade

30+ days ago

Product Manager

TD Ameritrade Salt Lake City, UT

• Organize upcoming changes to product with the applicable teams • Take ownership of the consistent movement towards stated departmental goals… TD Ameritrade

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TD Ameritrade President, CEO & Director Fred Tomczyk
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  • Seemed to be a underground culture of people in position of power, abusing power.

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    Former Contractor - Tax Service Representative in Omaha, NE (US)
    Former Contractor - Tax Service Representative in Omaha, NE (US)

    I worked at TD Ameritrade as a contractor (Less than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO


    Very cool building, excellent cafeteria, neat gym onsite and people there are pretty smart.


    I worked for TD Ameritrade through a staffing agency in late 2014 as a Tax Service Representative, and they told us the job usually takes a 6-12 month learning curve. I worked there for 3 weeks, and due to a, "decrease in case load", they let some of us go because we weren't catching on to things as quick as other's. Now, I'm not usually one to complain too much about matter's such as this, but, I felt I wasn't given a fair chance, and was let go due to other reason's than the one given. For example, once again, they told us this job wasn't easy, I TOTALLY understand. In fact, once again, they said the average learning curve is 6-12 months, I was given 3 weeks! Also, the case load did seemingly decrease, but my counter-point is that our job is dependent on client generated problems, which largely depend on problems related to tax season. I worked there in October, I'm assuming to give us adequate time to learn the job before they became really slammed during the months of tax season. The reason of decrease case-load is such bull-crap. We had TONS of computer-generated cases that needed to be resolved, and would've been good practice in preparation for tax season. We're talking thousands of cases. Now, TD Ameritrade probably will have had to hire more new temporary employees by now, to help with the upcoming tax season, who probably aren't as productive as my class, who could've been practicing up till now, would've been. Seemed like a short-sighted decision.

    Advice to Management

    Think about what you're doing, as I noted above, I can almost guarantee you that you will have to hire new people to do this job, and they won't be very good at it at first, just like I wasn't. Then you'll be stuck with underproductive employees during the real busy season. Sure, you could make the argument you could hire people with a bigger background in cost-base analysis, but they won't take the $13.50/hr salary to do this kind of work for long. Be more willing to go through the pains of instructing people how to do the job to your liking, and you won't have to deal with doing the process multiple times over, as I would've been glad to grow with TD Ameritrade.

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