Broadridge is the leading provider of investor communications, technology-driven solutions, and data and analytics for wealth management, asset management, capital markets firms, and corporations. The Broadridge team helps clients manage risk, accelerate growth, and deliver real business value in an effort to drive operational excellence.
Broadridge is at the top of its industry due to its employees’ consistent willingness to work hard. “The ability to work hard is probably the one thing that is the cornerstone of Broadridge associates,” shares Alyssa Struzenberg, Senior Sales Planning Analyst. “Our company has been built on individuals who have built this basically from the ground up. And they’ve done so by having that hard-worker mentality, so that’s really ingrained in our culture.”
Part of the reason the associates are so dedicated to their success and Broadridge’s is because leadership places value on everyone’s ideas, no matter what level of the company they may be in. “The management team really is in pursuit of the best ideas,” shares Mario Shepard, Senior Director of Development, “and there’s no such thing as seniority, per se. A person can just walk in the door and, if they have the right idea or the best idea, we listen to them. We’re willing to take the plunge and do something that’s different than what we’re doing now.”
But this company isn’t just all about hard work. Work-life balance is constantly emphasized. “Broadridge makes sure, from the very top—the senior leaders—that work-life balance and your family come first. That’s what this company’s all about,” says Daniel Cohen, Senior Manager of Operations and Digital Document Solutions. “It’s about family, and we become a family here at Broadridge.”
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