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  • "I do appreciate my compensation and MetLife offers great benefits!(in 619 reviews)
  • "2) Good work life balance...Except the last couple of weeks leading to a release.(in 446 reviews)
  • "until it changed and thought they are a mature player in the uk market; personal development; great people; international network(in 359 reviews)
  • "Pay was good and great(in 177 reviews)
  • "MetLife pays well and allows work from home options.(in 117 reviews)
  • "Poor management and could not keep up with regulation changes(in 219 reviews)
  • "Unlike other companies a bonus at MetLife is part of your pay (because the salaries are low) so you count on those dollars.(in 155 reviews)
  • "There were some good managers there that understood that they looked good when their teams performed and developed their people accordingly.(in 108 reviews)
  • "poor leadership and future vision of company missing(in 73 reviews)
  • "Micro managed , bad calls, vendors, upper management had no clue what they’re doing(in 67 reviews)
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    1. 3.0
      17 Jul 2016
      Anonymous Employee
      Former Employee, more than 3 years
      New York, NY
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Good insurance, benefits, work / life balance for everyone. If you are really good friends or sleeping with a member of upper management then you can expect a very cushy job.


      Not a meritocracy. Expect a steady job with really nice benefits, below average pay, and little chance of promotion.

      1. 2.0
        10 Jan 2014
        Case Manager
        Current Employee, more than 3 years
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        I work with some wonderful, hard-working people. The benefits and PTO are decent.


        The morale is extremely low. I work with a lot of solid, hard-working people and we all feel over-worked and under appreciated. Upper management is constantly rolling out more and more busy work that is ridiculous and excessive. There are so many reports and metrics. We are consistently expected to do more with less. This job gives me terrible anxiety and I feel like it will only get worse.

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