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Anonymous shared this review of TD Ameritrade, United States on Jun 25th, 2019
"Flexibility depends on your manager, maternity leave is lower vs. competitors"
Anonymous shared this review of TD Ameritrade, United States on Apr 22nd, 2019
"The financial industry as a whole is still very male-dominated, but don't let that deter you if this is the field of your passion. The more women in the industry, the more we can support each other. Just be aware of the potential biases that currently exist."
Anonymous shared this review of TD Ameritrade on Nov 18th, 2017
"depending on what position you are in and where you are located could be a fun environment. "
"I have worked here for over ten years and was always the only woman in this male dominated office. It was fine for many years but every thing changed 3 years when we were under new management. There were many times that I could not participate in conversations. I was excluded from meetings, after work gatherings and promotions. Discussions of women in the workplace were aggressive and hostile. The environment was not a healthy environment for women or anyone viewed as weak."
"The company is great overall; however the maternity experience could be improved. With the current policy you must take one week of PTO, then you get 6 weeks paid in disability, then you can take another 5 weeks of PTO. PTO starts at 3 weeks for the first year and gradually goes up to 5 weeks after 10 years. You can rollover 5 weeks of PTO to the next year so you really need to save up to have enough in the bank for maternity leave. You will also not receive a bonus while you are on maternity leave which is anywhere from 15%-30%. of your pay.. For me this equated to nearly $5000. That said, HR recently stated they are reviewing our maternity and paternity policy to make us more competitive and should have an enhancement to the policy soon."