I worked at Society of Actuaries full-time
Flex hours, flex spending; 35 hour work week; generous vacation/sick time/holidays; nice campus; close to shopping, many nice coworkers.
Some upper management not standing by their teams and are disengaged and unaware of quantity and the type of work their staff is doing; top leadership not doing enough to correct upper management situations; HR either kowtows to upper management or feels its hands are tied when it comes to conflict resolution between directors and staff/managers. In addition, I see a lack of commitment to long-term employees who have done excellent work. Because of these issues, which I have seen increase in the many years I was at the company, I cannot recommend this company at this time.
Advice to Management
Do more about the culture survey results you receive from staff, which have shown that while directors think things are going great, staff and managers feel there are improvements needed.
I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Society of Actuaries in April 2017.
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