Legal & General Group
Legal & General – Kingswood, South East England, England
• Supporting the comprehensiveness of the above MI by undertaking detailed reviews of advice provided to customers and programmes of customer contact… Reed.co.uk
Legal & General – London, England
• Deal promptly with all paper, e-mail and telephone enquiries for the Group CRO and direct reports. Assessing the nature and importance of issues… Reed.co.uk
Legal & General – Witham, England
• Liaise with the Business Services Manager to agree accountability for engagement with specified business functions that ensure the risk consultant… Reed.co.uk
Legal & General – Birmingham, England
• Experience of a range of communications channels including CSM systems, video and events planning. • Pro-active approach to develop… Reed.co.uk
Legal & General – Cardiff, Wales
• Proactively work within the Regulatory Change and Reporting Team to ensure the successful compliance with regulatory reporting, specifically MiFID… Reed.co.uk
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I worked at Legal & General Group full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
As in the Title the people are fantastic, it si an company where you can get stuff done without being dragged into the politics to much however if you are a political animal it has plenty of games to play !
The offices in Kingswood are fantastic with great facilities including a pool, gym and loads of pitches for all sports. Good canteen and coffee bar and very clean and well maintained, car park can be interesting at times but overall 5* for a working environment.
Benefits package is always good, especially and unsurprisingly the pension is fantastic.Cons
There has been a lot of change in recent years which has a negative impact on staff moral but as an outsider I can still see what a great place to work L&G is.
Communication from managers to staff has always been an issue and I belive this is still the case.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Learn to love your staff again, the ethos has always been an arm around the shoulder and positive encouragement instead of a stick, make sure you return fully to that ethos as a happy workforce is a dynamic, focused workforce..RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO