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25 days ago

National Client Manager

unum San Diego, CA

Job Specifications:Bachelor s degree preferred 5 to 7 years employee benefits /insurance industry experience preferredStrong consultative skills… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Client Manager Associate

Unum San Diego, CA

Effectively learn and understand the Pre and Post-Sale Proactive Client Management, Education, Development, Growth and Retention for core market… Percipio Media

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    Becoming a less desirable place to work

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    Former Employee - Client Service Specialist in Portland, ME
    Former Employee - Client Service Specialist in Portland, ME

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    Can learn a lot about the insurance industry at UNUM, fellow employees are supportive of other employees, even when they have their own heavy work loads.


    UNUM drops on its ranking on the best places to work in Maine each year. UNUM for many years remained in the first or second place as best places to work for large companies in Maine, but has experienced a steady slide downwards on the list and now struggles to remain one the list. I spoke to HR at UNUM about this and they acknowledge that UNUM is struggling and is trying to manage its reviews the best it can. UNUM , like many big companies now, asks employees to manage very heavy volumes of work especially for the service areas and disability benefit payers. I have worked at UNUM for many years, and in my opinion, it is not as desirable a place to work as it was. Stress is a serious issue among the employees, but upper management, in my opinion is more interested in getting the highest production numbers it can from each employees, and hopes its employees will remain off stress disability.

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    Upper management knows it drives its employees very hard for production, this will continue as long as the economic climate supports it.

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