Employees at the financial services giant, founded in 1850, feel an “extreme sense of pride” working for one of the world’s “most respected” brands. Benefits like 100 days paid parental leave (and up to 140 days for birth moms) come with the chance to offer “best-in-class service.” Says a staffer: “It’s more than a job. It’s a higher calling.”
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