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6 days ago

Sr. Benefit Analyst

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

This is accomplished by the incumbent's determining what medical and occupational information is required to fully understand the facts of the claim… Sun Life Financial

6 days ago

Employee Benefits Underwriting Senior Consultant

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA +2 locations

• Formulate a successful strategy to write cases within general underwriting guidelines. • Independent decision making on… Sun Life Financial

27 days ago

Investment Analyst

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

The position will be responsible for the development, implementation, and monitoring of investment strategies and processes to ensure that asset… Sun Life Financial

6 days ago

Short Term Disability Claims Associate

Sun Life Financial Portsmouth, NH

Come join a fantastic team in a fast paced and exciting work environment. Short Term Disability Claims Associates are responsible for the… Sun Life Financial

15 days ago

Senior Digital Graphic Designer

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

Our in-house creative team is looking for a Senior Digital Designer who will create exceptional brand and user experiences across multiple digital… Sun Life Financial

22 days ago

AVP Finance, Risk & Controls (FSA Required)

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

• Provide the vision for effective Profitability Management as part of the International Business’s strategic direction to expand Sun Life’s… Sun Life Financial

14 days ago

Entry Level Opportunity - Voluntary Product Underwriter

Sun Life Financial Portsmouth, NH

• Evaluate, price and propose rate and strategy on small to large market voluntary / worksite business including Critical Illness… Sun Life Financial

6 days ago

Applications Development, Senior Analyst

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

employees. Directs a unit with varied activities and objectives that spans the organization OR guides a sub function or several important segments… Sun Life Financial

13 days ago

Senior HR Program Consultant (Talent and RLDP Programs)

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

· RLDP Program Coordination. Develop and maintain project plan for execution of all operational aspects of the RLDP program. a. Recruitment and… Sun Life Financial

23 days ago

Director, Stop Loss Product Marketing

Sun Life Financial Wellesley, MA

• Creates and executes the marketing strategy for the Stop-Loss of products and services, in successful coordination with and management of Band… Sun Life Financial

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    Politics of a regime change

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Sun Life full-time (more than 8 years)


    Ability to work from home. Work-life balance is excellent. Substantial vacation time. Good exit packages when layoffs occur. If you're complacent you can stay here for a long time.


    Yearly layoffs and they often occur around the holidays. They've been eliminating older employees for years now. If you're over 50 you're on the chopping block.

    Office culture in Canada is night and day compared to US. Folks in CA like their job and they're proud of the company. People in the US show up for a pay check and often wonder if they're part of the next round of layoffs.

    Office politics is brutal. Lots of large personalities here with no room for growth making pretend that this is corporate America. Several managers/Dir/AVP's are brutal to work for. Clearly they are "lifers" and not happy about it and feel the need to treat employees very poorly.

    Regime changes, SLF loves to bring in flunkies from other organizations such as Bank of Montreal or Lincoln Financial. They should try to minimize the potential impact and only bring on one employee from another firm, not the entire "click."

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start running the company as one, not separate entities.

    Don't ever buy a stadium and then lay off 3500 employees the next day.

    Stop laying off US employees annually. Stop layoffs at Christmas.

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