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18 days ago

Disability Case Manager

Standard Life North York

Helping our plan members' return to work DID YOU EVER CONSIDER STANDARD LIFE? Over the years, Standard Life has developed a wide range of group…

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Member Education Representative

Standard Life North York


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Standard Life CEO David Nish
David Nish
23 Ratings

    Worked with fantastic people whilst the company was systematically being stripped of it's assets by Senior management

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    Former Employee - Can't Say  in  Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)
    Former Employee - Can't Say in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)

    I worked at Standard Life full-time for more than 10 years


    Working with the skilled and dedicated staff, who fought to be successful despite senior management drive to outsourcing. Central locations.


    The incredibly poor treatment of the IT staff. Standard Life used to have one of the most respected IT teams within the financial services industry. This has been replaced with an outsourced IT structure whet the remaining internal staff are used as support for the outsourced work. It's absolutely no surprise that most of the experienced staff took redundancy at the last purge, loosing literally thousands of years of experience of the internal systems.

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    Standard Life relies on information technology, without the data and the systems to manage the customers information effectively you will loose the respect you have in the marketplace. Putting short gain profit against long term growth is a false economy. It may be good for the shareholders but it is not good for for the staff and is definitely a poor result for your customers.

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