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a lot of traveling and meeting people
Agent (Former Employee), Long Island City, NYDecember 15, 2014
it was a good environment to learn in until all the changes started happening. It became more about the company as a name rather then the employees. Management was great but also had trouble assimilating their employees to the new standards.
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pay structure was poor. and asked that you target your friends and Family
Financial Advisor/Planner (Former Employee), New York, NYDecember 13, 2014
Overall good Company to work for but disappointed with the way they try to force sell to customers.
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Good place to develop sales skill
Sales (Former Employee), Fair Lawn, New JerseyDecember 10, 2014
Sale life insurance and other financial products
Require good interpersonal skill in daily work
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typical Fortune 500 company
Senior Product Consultant (Former Employee), Somerset, NJDecember 10, 2014
Company is a typical Fortune 500 copmany where it has its positives and negatives. Colleagues were great to work with.
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Productive Environment
Intern in Creative Services Department (Current Employee), New York, NYDecember 9, 2014
A respectful environment where I have learn essential tools that will benefit me going forward in the business world as well as the media production industry. The hardest tasks are the ones that I haven't done before but I do my best to put my all into my job.
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Professional and pleasent work environment
IT Vendor Contract and Relationship Manager (Current Employee), New York, NYDecember 2, 2014
With MetLife for over 23+ years. Good benefits, professional work environment. Leaving due to company relocation from NYC to NC otherwise would have remained there for remainder of career.
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Good To work for until I was Outsource
SECURITY OFFICER (Former Employee), 1095 Ave of the AmericasDecember 1, 2014
Get along with visitors and co-worker. A great place to work for. Bosses are fair
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Sales, Sales, Sales
Financial Services Representative (Former Employee), Lowell, MANovember 27, 2014
Was given a death claim on a young woman with 2 kids and a grieving husband. My "mentor" said, try to sell him our variable annuity.
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A great place to work
Director - Middle Office Operations (Current Employee), Morristown, NJNovember 27, 2014
MetLife is great place to work. I learned a great deal at MetLife.
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Professional job experience
Personal Assistant (Former Employee), Martin, TNNovember 25, 2014
Pros: close to home
Cons: no benefits
A typical day at work is on the computer and phone following up on leads. What I learned was how the insurance and life insurance companies work. My supervisor was very professional and good at his job of sales. The hardest part of the job was the continuing phone call to convince people to schedule appointment to discuss there life and financial needs. – more... The most enjoyable part of the job was the professional office experience. – less
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MetLife-professional atmosphere, nice people, nice place to work
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Somerset, NJNovember 24, 2014
Pros: work days went very fast, always kept busy.
Cons: would have liked to come onboard as a permanent employee
Arrive at work on time, came to work every day and left onetime.
Log onto my computer.
Check for emails from my supervisor and proceeded with his instructions.
Make travel arrangements via ConCur
Confirm back with supervisor that all travel arrangements are complete. (This included processing his meeting registration forms, and making all air, hotel, – more... ground transportation arrangements and dinner reservations.)
Process his travel expense reports.
Reserve conference rooms.
Scanned his emails per his instructions.
Made good connections with all supporting departments.
Check with his support staff for additional work that was needed to be processed.
This was a temp assignment that I successfully completed.
I took the initiative to prepare all of his travel arrangements for the rest of the year after my assignment was completed as they were relocating to another state. I wanted to ensure a smooth transition for him and an easy fresh start for the new assistant coming on board in the other state. – less
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cm (Former Employee), Bloomfield, CTNovember 21, 2014
MetLife was a great place to work, until you get older or paid a high salary for number of years of service. Then they tend to lay you off and hire a younger person with a much lower salary. Yes it helps the bottom dollar for the company but devastates the older employees who were loyal to the company and now they find it difficult to find work.
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Best Experience
Technical Assistant II (Former Employee), Latham. NYNovember 20, 2014
• Worked on correspondences with claim adjusters and attorneys on a daily biases.
• Processed court documents and assisting in arbitrations.
- Over see filing within the litigation and arbitration departments.
- Working within the insurance law and established No Fault policies.
- Creating project spreadsheets/charts.
- Daily medical billing procedures.
- – more... Helped create corresponding guidelines for data imaging process – less
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One of the Best in Class Client's I've worked in Consulting
Mortgage Consultant Newbold Advisors (Former Employee), Irving, TXNovember 18, 2014
Pros: senior level management possed a wealth of knowledge
Cons: lack of contractual agreements ending the assignment before deadlines were over
Metlife was a great environment, the culture was fast past yet very organized and detailed. The level of knowledge was visible in every facet of job description from duties to duties. The One on One experience with training and interaction was top of the line enhancement on all levels. I took pride in working multiple task (more than 25) while onsite – more... for 18 months at this client. – less
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Excellent people to work with
Senior BA/SSIS Developer (Former Employee), Morristown NJNovember 18, 2014
Excellent manager/ team members. Enviornment cant be any better.
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Productive,self starting, and fast paced but relaxed work environment
Disability Claims Representative (Former Employee), Dayton, OHNovember 12, 2014
Assist customers with the research, setup ,change, cancellations and status of their claims via phone
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New Department.
Outbound Call Center Representative (Current Employee), Warwick, RINovember 11, 2014
Pros: fun small, yet fast growing department.
Cons: temporary job.
The job consists of making outbound calls to potential Home and Auto insurance customers. Some of our customers have requested our call, others have already gotten quoted and are on the fence, it is our job to persuade them to speak to a lisenced agent. The people are great, and it has really improved my sales skills. The downfall of this job is that – more... it is a new department and one can say therefore it is a pilot program, which means it is strictly a temporary position. – less
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Productive
QA Analyst (Former Employee), New York, NYNovember 11, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: short breaks
a typical day at work
what you learned
management
your co-workers
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Productive Fun place to work
Contract Coordinator / Project Manager (Current Employee), Morrisville, NCNovember 11, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: good work experience
Good company good work experience learned a lot

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Call Center Representative (Former Employee), Warwick, RINovember 11, 2014
Pros: cubical desk, clean enviornment, nice co-workers
A typical day at work is fast paced, neat organizational skills, and helping the customer find out what they need answered. Greeted customers and spoke with them with world class customer service. The hardest part was using programs and had to fluctuate between multiple programs to find information for the customer about documents, beneficiary information – more... etc. The enjoyable part was interacting with new customers every day. – less

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