Although my time with this company is the shortest period on my resume, I still have many positive things to say about the culture, management, and atmosphere at their Colorado Springs office. It, unfortunately, it was not a good fit for me because of the required overtime that exceeded my son's daycare operating hours. During my time there, I felt so supported by all levels of management and was refreshed by the sense of synergy and concern by every co-worker for one another. I also was very impressed by the solid integration of diversity, including multiple communities and groups within the company to celebrate differences in culture, race, and gender.
My only recommendation for this company would be to be more transparent with applicants about the amount of mandatory overtime during the interviewing process and revisit the training program as well. My new-hire class was among the first few groups to be trained at half of the traditional training period. We were told it was a new technique to do half of the training upfront and then the other half during the months that business volume was lower. I feel that many of us would have felt more prepared and well-versed on the many topics that would be discussed with clients, had we gone through the original 8 week period of training.
I have worked with T. Rowe Price for a little over a year. Ultimately I like the work environment and everything T. Rowe has to offer as a company. I have not been extremely satisfied with how the Workplace Investment Services Department is managed and the lack of upward mobility that is available to the employees, however. I go above and beyond for any employer I work with and I would like the opportunity to move up within the company as I know I have a lot to offer.
Worked as a RAM Intern for three months. It was a typical corporate America work environment, so I guess the one word you could use to describe this job is boring. I liked my supervisor and it's great to put on a resume, but I wish I held out for something better.