Lincoln Financial Group – Omaha, Northeast
As the Vocational Rehabilitation Consultant you will analyze and interpret vocational information in Group Protection claims. This role identifies… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Fort Wayne, IN
Work hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:15pm. Responsibilities Action Oriented • Monitors daily log… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Philadelphia, PA
The Equity Risk Management (EqRM) Department is responsible for establishing and managing the variable annuity dynamic hedge program and devising… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Concord, NH
As a Customer Care Associate, you will be responsible for providing telephone customer service as a primary point of contact for Lincoln Financial… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Miami, FL; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC
As a Benefits Counselor, you are responsible for effectively and professionally representing Lincoln Financial Group in all sales enrollment… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Philadelphia, PA
The Senior Sourcing Manager, Information Technology Services will function as the subject matter expert in developing and executing procurement… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Omaha, NE
Lincoln Financial Group is a Fortune 500 company offering a diverse range of financial services and solutions. With a strong focus on four core… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Omaha, Northeast ; Atlanta, GA
As the Configuration Analyst you will provide Claims Solutions a focused, central point of contact within the business units for topics such as… Lincoln Financial Group
Lincoln Financial Group – Radnor, PA
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I worked at Lincoln Financial Group full-time (More than 5 years)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Compensation is average. Benefits were excellent. Most people are nice to work with.
The cons far outweigh the pros. Ever since Jefferson-Pilot took over in 2007, the company has turned into a disaster.
Employees are not valued and are considered replaceable. "Restructuring" occurs on almost an annual basis where the people with experience are laid off. You're always under the fear that your job could be gone the next day and moved to Greensboro like all the other departments. To top off the insult, they would not allow you to simply relocate for the same job. They made you interview to see if you could keep your job even if you were willing to move.
There's always some new corporate initiative that takes a lot of time to comply with and ends up being a bigger distraction than it's worth only to be abandoned halfway through for the next flavor of the month. Lots of wasted time and resources.
Upper management is packed with arrogant folks from Jefferson-Pilot that hate Lincoln culture. JP execs thrive from yes-men. They hate anyone that challenges the status-quo or their decisions. Ideas from employees mean nothing. You're automatically banned from the "in" group if you go against the grain.
To get promoted, you really had to kiss a lot of behind at this place. It didn't really matter what you contributed. If you didn't participate in every dumb corporate initiative and buddy up to management, you were going nowhere. Promotions and every single COLA adjusment (regardless of how small) had to be approved by upper management for every single person.
Even the smallest decisions were scrutinized by upper management. Micro-management to the nth degree. Managers were not allowed to do their jobs. They couldn't take a restroom break unless upper management told them it was OK.
Advice to Management
Value your employees and listen to them. Pay them what they are worth and stop trying to fire the more knowledgeable people to save a few dollars. Give managers the benefit of the doubt and let them do their jobs.