Jackson National Life
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I worked at Jackson National Life as an intern for less than a yearPros
-Subsidized intern housing (with a big caveat).
-Exposure to management.Cons
-Terrible pay; WAY below market rate for developers.
-Misleading offer. They mentioned interns would be taxed on housing, but said the tax wouldn't be noticeable. Half my paycheck went to taxes because they put interns in a $60/night hotel. Would have much rather taken the $60 a day and found my own housing, but the option wasn't given. No transparency regarding cost or how housing was chosen. Response to all the interns' complaints: "We told you you'd be taxed, deal with it."
-Formal work attire, need to donate to charity in order to even wear jeans on Fridays, but then you have to buy and wear a Jackson shirt with the jeans. When asked about a more casual dress code for non-client facing people the response was "It's always been this way."
-Micromanagement: they monitor you like a hawk down to the last minute. If your payroll timesheet and and analytics time sheets don't match up, expect a meeting with your manager.
-Half the workers are from India and are extremely difficult to understand.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Pay better, be more transparent with interns, relax on the dress code for developers.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO