57%say women are treated fairly and equally to men
57%would recommend to other women
100%believe their CEO supports gender diversity
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Raymond James is actively improving pay equity and improving growth opportunities for women.
vice president, investments
private wealth management
The company shifted sharply in culture following the '08 crash and the retirement of Tom James. It's all numbers and production now. I tripled my assets under management in less than 9 years and qualified for recognition clubs...but was never consulted about ANYTHING involving my practice, notably hiring support staff. Male advisors got the support, praise and attention...even men with 9 FINRA reportable events on their records. The head of the women's group resigned in late 2014 to go elsewhere due to low pay. No women hold mid- or upper-level management posts. The experience wasn't terrible but it was far from satisfactory. I'm at a new firm and don't miss RJ.
It's as good a place as any. They have a program that focuses on women being successful.