When you hit 50 at Broadridge, you might as well start packing up your personal belongings.
You simply make too much money and nobody there could give a rats a-- if you have a family or not.
Meeting their numbers will always be more important than loyalty
So much what @OJjPj8U-5ynsv said. Broadridge doesn't care about experience and knowledge anymore, it's all about cutting costs. The company is replacing seasoned employees with cheaper employees who have no idea what they're doing without a second thought.
I can't wait for them to realize just what a mistake that is when the quality of work goes down drastically.