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Updated 28 Sept 2023

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  • "Benefits are great and the retirement and matching 401K are excellent.(in 620 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 337 reviews)
  • "Pay was good and great(in 174 reviews)
  • "Poor management and could not keep up with regulation changes(in 216 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 104 reviews)
  • "Micro managed , bad calls, vendors, upper management had no clue what they’re doing(in 67 reviews)
  • "poor leadership and future vision of company missing(in 65 reviews)

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    1. 1.0
      20 Feb 2017
      CPSC Sales - At-Home
      Former Employee, less than 1 year
      Tampa, FL
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Work from home? (Might as well be in a North Korean call center...)


      Micromanagement from Hell (like having to 'clock out' in order to the bathroom in an at-home position) - and pretty much everything else. Failure to abide by agreements, shirking responsibility, trying not to pay you. No one listens to your feedback. Rates are not adequate (laughable, actually) in many places. Underwriting is ludicrous. Call (sales opportunity) distribution holds down new salespeople. You will receive plenty of service calls that need to be transferred, which means you go to the back of the queue despite not having an opportunity to sell - BUT IT COUNTS. Service that sends people to sales because they do not want to (or do not know how to) deal with certain service calls - a lot of ticked-off people who yell at you for nothing you did AND you lose a sales opportunity. Too many meetings about nothing. Management who doesn't 'get it'. Lots of office politics even though you work from home. I can go on.

      1. 3.0
        4 Nov 2022
        Actuary Sr
        Current Employee, more than 10 years
        Buenos Aires
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Remote work from home (only once a week at office)


        The salary is low and they do not adjust by inflation propertly.

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