Charles Schwab’s Metro Denver location has become the company's largest employment hub.
While Charles Schwab's presence in Metro Denver goes back more than 20 years, the real growth has happened during the past three years.
The focal point of the company’s growth in the region is a $230 million, 47-acre campus in Lone Tree’s RidgeGate development that opened in 2014 and has the capacity to hold 4,000 workers.
According to Charles Schwab executives, Metro Denver is a natural fit for its growth because millennials want to be here, there’s easy access to public transportation, and the region continues to thrive economically.
Charles Schwab’s employees—also known as Schwabbies—have the ability to really impact the company’s bottom line by celebrating each individual’s diverse abilities and experiences as well as focusing on growth, innovation, and client loyalty.
Schwabbies are challenged and empowered to see every task and interaction through the client’s eyes, closing the gap between investing and the client’s ability to experience it.
Volunteerism and Community Involvement
The Charles Schwab Foundation provides financial support to a variety of charities and community events selected by Schwabbies:
In 2015, Schwab employees volunteered 41,000+ hours to hundreds of nonprofits, helping to lift people out of poverty and improve their financial well-being.