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20 days ago

Stop Loss Specialist - Dallas

Sun Life Financial United States

As a Stop Loss Specialist, you represent our brand in the market. You will solve our clients needs through consultative and solution based selling… Sun Life Financial


19 days ago

Employee Benefits Representative - Dallas

Sun Life Financial United States

As an Employee Benefit Sales Representative, you represent our brand in the market. You will solve our clients needs through consultative and… Sun Life Financial


12 days ago

LTD Claims, SR. Consultant, Appeals & Resolution

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

• Provides ongoing feedback to respective team managers and BA's related to trend identification, learning opportunities and news related to… Sun Life Financial


4 days ago

Sr. Enrollment Consultant - Southeast

Sun Life Financial Boston, MA

This position is accountable for supporting the portfolio of initiatives within the Enrollment Field Consulting group, as well as the development and… Sun Life Financial


28 days ago

Senior Benefits Enrollment Consultant - Northern CA

Sun Life Financial California

This position is accountable, within assigned regions, for optimizing sales results through increased participation levels by ensuring effective… Sun Life Financial


1 day ago

Operations Specialist – new

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

Sun Life Financial is a leading provider of group insurance benefits in the U.S., helping people protect what they love about their lives. More than… Sun Life Financial


22 days ago

Business Transformation Senior Consultant

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

cycle time, productivity, waste, etc.) · Identify opportunities and champion proposals for improvement (process analysis, business case… Sun Life Financial


27 days ago

Associate Director, Life Valuation

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

• Maintain CFT actuarial projection models and processes with appropriate level of documentation • Perform quarterly reporting for CFT, and annual… Sun Life Financial


20 days ago

Employee Benefits Representative - Northern VA & D.C.

Sun Life Financial Virginia

As an Employee Benefit Sales Representative, you represent our brand in the market. You will solve our clients’ needs through consultative and… Sun Life Financial


23 days ago

AVP Medical Stop Loss (Wellesley, MA or Windsor, CT)

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

1. Stop Loss business strategy and execution: · Develop parameters and business models for customer retention and block renewal programs and pricing… Sun Life Financial


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    Was a great place to work until the life insurance division went down the tubes

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Wellesley, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Wellesley, MA

    I worked at Sun Life full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Excellent benefits, competitive pay, is accessible via public transportation, and offered (the past tense being emphasized) opportunities to grow and build a career. The people with whom I worked were some of the most hardworking, friendly, and cooperative co-workers that I've ever met. Overall the environment used to be positive and geared toward productivity.

    Cons

    Due to a constant shifting of upper level management over the past four years and those individuals' business decisions, the overall mood of the company changed from "we're a team" to "it's every man for himself." Another frustrating thing is that, for many positions, once you're employed there is a freeze in terms of moving to other jobs or department, sometimes lasting two years. The regulation is understandable, but stifling all the same.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Attempt to recruit some new blood in hopes of rebuilding some of the positivity from the past, because many of the employees are still jaded and unhappy.

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