Mission: As one of the world’s largest financial services companies, Prudential’s individual and institutional customers rely on us to protect and grow their financial well-being. Delivering on our promises – and the financial security they represent ...
I have been working at Prudential full-time (More than 8 years)
Flexible schedule, great people, good retirement benefits, great training opportunities, supportive management and culture, nice office spaces, good communication from top down.
Bad technology, old slow lap tops, low pay and expensive health insurance. Some corporate stigma like too many meetings, and forms and logs but trying to streamline currently.
Advice to Management
Made huge progress on employee satisfaction, cutting costs, improving and documenting procedures, new products, new tools for tracking. Keep going, more incentive pay rewards, more technology investment in platform upgrades, and laptops, and lower health insurance cost.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Prudential.
Bad experience - had numerous conversations and meetings. Was told one thing - then in the end they misled. Was told what a great fit I would be and how they would teach me anything i didn’t know in a week.
Do your New Year's resolutions include health and happiness goals? Workplace wellness programs do increase employee happiness, which has positive benefits for the business.
You're not going to agree with your manager 100% of the time. And at Pru, having a "strong moral compass" and speaking up is something we celebrate.