Workers are Jones’s first and best investment

A FLEXIBLE SUPPORT SYSTEM: Edward Jones helps its financial advisers and branch administrators maintain a work-life balance while creating financial incentives for success. Pictured are Deborah Case, senior branch administrator, and Steven Grasso, financial adviser, in the Edward Jones office in Cranston. / PBN PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN
A FLEXIBLE SUPPORT SYSTEM: Edward Jones helps its financial advisers and branch administrators maintain a work-life balance while creating financial incentives for success. Pictured are Deborah Case, senior branch administrator, and Steven Grasso, financial adviser, in the Edward Jones office in Cranston. / PBN PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN
Edward Jones, the worldwide financial-investment company, uses a winning method to motivate employees: Each of them has an opportunity to own a piece of the company. It is part of a company-wide formula that promotes independent action and entrepreneurial thinking. About 40 percent of the company’s employees – or 15,000 people – are limited partners…

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