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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Canada Life (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- some nice older workers there who generally have a love of life - Christmas parties and other social events - on-site cafeteria that was subsidized - on-site nurse office with immunizations and a sick room - on-site daycare (not subsidized) - okay work-life balance - you will never get fired
- management micro-manages you down to the minute - management of budget is extremely prudent and it is difficult to get basic office supplies - poor usage of technology - extremely inefficient due to many older workers staying with the company for pension - really poor base pay
Advice to Management
Accept feedback from workers and actually take it seriously. Recognize employees that have potential to move up and are ambitious and then give them the opportunity to do so. Don't overly micro-manage processes that can simply be automated.
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Canada Life Financial is the parent of Canada Life Assurance which offers both group and individual policies for life, critical illness, creditor, and disability insurance as well as reinsurance. Canada Life Assurance also provides annuities, pension plans, trusts, and other investment products, along with financial and investment management. In addition to serving customers in Canada, the company does business in Germany, Ireland, the Isle of Man, the UK, and the US. Canada Life Financial is a subsidiary of Great-West Lifeco, which is itself controlled by the Power ...