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24 days ago

Manager, Retirement Operations

Prudential Hartford, CT

• Additionally the candidate will create and foster strong working relationships with a broad range of internal business partners, including… Prudential

8 days ago

Internal Wholesaler- Life (Hartford, CT & Plymouth, MN)

Prudential Hartford, CT

The incumbent works with Regional Vice Presidents (RVPs) and external marketing partners including field office management, producers (independent… Prudential

29 days ago

Director, Retirement Capital Management

Prudential Hartford, CT

· Support Required Equity review for new product development o Work with pricing/business teams to understand risks posed by new products / product… Prudential

30+ days ago

Sr Actuarial Associate (Retirement ~ Modeling)

Prudential Hartford, CT

• Works collaboratively with business partners throughout the Prudential organization to support the development and maintenance of a long-term… Prudential

18 days ago

Director, Marketing Strategy, Institutional Investment Solutions

Prudential Hartford, CT

include: • Serves as the marketing lead and directs all marketing activities supporting the product line • Develops the annual Strategic… Prudential

9 days ago

Defined Benefit Plan Coding Specialist

Prudential Hartford, CT

include providing support and expertise to the data and benefit calculation groups, collaborating on automation opportunities, creating workflow… Prudential

13 days ago

Senior Actuarial Associate

Prudential Hartford, CT

• Strong in MS Excel Office Suite, including knowledge of Excel macros/Visual Basic. Knowledge of Access would be a plus. • Preferred candidates… Prudential

30+ days ago

Manager, Financial Reporting

Prudential Hartford, CT

Prudential Financial, Inc. is a multi-national financial services leader with operations in the United States, Asia, Europe, and Latin America… Prudential

24 days ago

Senior Financial Reporting Associate

Prudential Hartford, CT

As part of the Corporate Controllers Department and the CFO Organization of PFI, the Shared Services Expense Accounting & Reporting team will be… Prudential

3 days ago

Marketing Manager, Total Retirement Solutions Transition Marketing

Prudential Hartford, CT

include: • Oversight and planning of all components of the marketing plan for new clients on boarding to Prudential Retirement • Responsible… Prudential

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    Current employee not in the Actuarial Leadership Development Program.

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    Current Employee - Director, Actuarial in Hartford, CT
    Current Employee - Director, Actuarial in Hartford, CT

    I have been working at Prudential


    Great place to work and develop skills. Excellent benefits package. 401k and Cash Balance pension plan. People are amazing and manager actually cares.


    None really. Except if you work in actuarial and aren't in the Actuarial Leadership Development Program (ALDP). ALDP students work less hours, get more study time, get promoted just for passing exams (not for working hard), get bigger raises for exams than other students. Overall, they get paid more to do less, it's pretty pathetic. I'd take a student from the Consulting Actuarial Development Program (CADP) over the ALDP any day. CADP students are well rounded, can complete a project from start to finish (not just a small part, without understanding how it fits into the big picture), can present to peers as well as clients and they get paid less to do more.

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    Treat the Actuarial talent equal or you'll continue to lose talent. More students will go to the ALDP, so they can spend less time doing work and getting paid more for it. It's exhausting continually having to try to recruit new talent only to see them ask to go to the ALDP for more money and less hours. Not to mention the battles with HR that are required to give out promotions to non-ALDP students. The inequity is intolerable and needs to stop.

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