Here it goes: Raymond James Commission Fee Class Action Settlement A $15 million settlement has been reached that will end a pair of class action lawsuits that claim Raymond James Financial customers were unfairly charged for sales commissions... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Raymond James Financial Inc.
Interesting how that started when Bella, Vin and Paul R. started to drive the ship. So sad. Was a great place to work for IT folks and human beings once.
It's Pride Month, which means Raymond James flies their hate flag. Do the departments still hold luncheons, and each person has to kick-in money for the lunch, then the department head purchases Chick-fil-A? Do the employees still toss their... — read more
Never saw one that could run people out like that one. Luckily he is never here as it would be unbearable having to be around him more than now. I wonder if anyone on here remembers when he was demoted a long while back? Do our leaders or HR believe... — read more
This is just business as usual. Good people leaving Infosec., coverups, and TF / AZ doing a “stroke ego” tour on the company dime. This has been going on for years and don’t expect change. HR - when all the good leaders do a mass exodus, its a sign... — read more
Manager here, manager there, there aren't any managers anywhere. All of them left. For good reason. The quality people aren't being treated right and the terrible associates stick around because the pay is decent and they couldn't get another job if... — read more
All these Summer Interns posting of FB and LinkedIn about accepting full time positions... s---ers! Will an equal number of long term employees get managed out this year?
New health insurance stinks. Quite clear RJ does not give a damn about the weelfare of the employees. They are only concerned with their bottom line and saving themselves money. HSA seriously!! Heaven forbid if you have kids on the plan or any health... — read more
Why do people on top believe that doing things the same way they have been done for decades is the way to go for RJF? I understand that the old slow and steady approach ensured the stability of the company, but to keep it that way, things have to... — read more
They will promise you that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, for those that "play ball." It is a lie. You will never grab the brass ring. There is no pot of gold, unless it was already given to you. Remember the toxic assets, RJ... — read more
Raymond James used to provide sufficient staffing and an opportunity for growth. Lately I’ve seen a decline in both areas. Staffing has been cut while those who remain are expected to pick up the slack. Those that work hard are expected to work even... — read more
No results, yet. Aren't they supposed to tell us the results? and discuss it with us?
Time to start kissing up to your boss in the futile effort of being recognized as a higher contributor than your peers who are all chummy with him/her. Remember, being a buddy to the boss is ALWAYS more important than hard work, dedication, and... — read more
In the past 8 months under Amie Seamore's leadership, we have lost both our managers and 3 associates. DO NOT come to this department unless you hate your life. HR has to see there is a problem here!
Couldn't wait to leave RJ after watching the slow, painful descent of morale and the rise in unethical treatment of employees. My fear was the same as everyone else's - hard to leave a job, even one that you hate, when you've got bills to pay, and... — read more
Sharpen your pencils.
The business side of RJ is still a great place to work, but IT is suffering with huge moral issues that aren't being addressed. A number of long term associates have left recently and management is replacing them with contractors. Even the... — read more
Unbelievable how this firm continues to be male centric across the board. They love young women that are cute, young and wear short skirts - even in HR. It s---s to be a women in this firm,... what happened to the survey they did about it? we like to... — read more
Someone recently posted a thread here, but I don't see it now. ???
The Marketing Department has awful leadership and cannot identify true talent. They promote a-- kissers that have zero management experience and even fewer people skills. Meanwhile, truly hard working employees are overlooked and viewed as... — read more
Hallmark of a company that underpays. I've never worked for another firm that essentially says, "But look how much we pay for your insurance!!" It's almost tacky. So, if anyone from management is still monitoring this page, take a hint. Don't justify... — read more
I didn't see this on RJ-net. Probably not worse than what was told to the press. No way!!! Paul and Bella are straight shooters
Or do they dare to have another one?
Are the board of directors blind, do they not see that HR does not do anything but care about getting those cheap oversea laborers in, paying for their visas. What about the American worker. Oh yeah, we let bosses sεxually harass them and make them... — read more
One gone already and one heading for the door. How the hell are they keeping up with the turnover?
Getting the message; we don't care about you, your family or your insight survey comments. We just care about squeezing every penny out for our NY bonuses.
Surprise, they are under Todd Ferguson, not really. Todd Ferguson's team scored the worse department in the IT insight survey, so expect more than surprised.
So much for that d--k Vin's word. NY piece of crap.
Toxic leadership often causes employee dissatisfaction, low productivity, interdepartmental conflict, stagnant innovation, and a high turnover rate. Unfortunately, in many organizations toxic leaders are a painful but undeniable reality. With their... — read more
How is the hand pick by Andy Zolper going?
Getting more money and leaving the D**Kweed Todd Ferguson behind. How can it be wrong?
Andy Zolper is a douche leader and wholly deserves the lowest score from the insight survey in IT.
Cost cutting started. Wondering what's next and when...
Time to leave RJ. It is really as bad as this site says. Took a chance on greener grass and it didn't work out. Thankfully found a new position. Will never make that mistake again.
I thought each manager was supposed to discuss the results of the Insight Survey with his team? Didn't happen here. Has anybody had an open discussion about the results?
Mass exodus. Changes. Everyone pissed off. What has happened?