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Thrivent has a great culture of inclusivity and stewardship. The company invests in its employees to be their best selves. That can be the offered Volunteer Time Off to give back to your community, work-life balance, Employee Business Resource Groups to connect with others and develop. Great benefits and competitive pay are important too and Thrivent has that covered. Employees are valued and treated with celebrations to show that appreciation.
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I really enjoy the culture of Thrivent. Co-workers enjoy each other's company and there are Employee Focus Groups that represent various minority populations, like young professionals, LBGTQ, ethnic minorities, and women. It is apparent that Thrivent values work-life balance. Thrivent offers ample paid time off and even offers 20 hours of volunteer time off per year. My manager is transparent and does everything possible to support my work in my position. Development is available and encouraged, however it is ultimately up to each employee to determine his or her interest areas. It can take a long time to move up due to employees staying in their positions for many, many years. Most employees, once employed at Thrivent, stay at Thrivent until they retire. Thrivent is experiencing growth right now, so it's great time to enjoy the company's expansion.
I like that this company's values resonate with mine as a Christian and someone who prioritizes integrity and service. I don't like how the company is structured as far as hierarchy of employership; for example, all the administrative support, of which I am a part, is hired privately by the advisors and there is little to none corporate oversight of the day-to-day and HR aspect of these private employees.