Benefits Specialist (Former Employee) – Johnstown, PA – August 29, 2016
In charge of several areas, assisted management with training, and also was available to answer incoming phone calls from customers. Management also tried to be involved and know everything that was going on. Everyone was in charge of their own areas, but worked together as a team as well.
Business Procedures Consultant (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – August 22, 2016
MetLife starts its employees with 3 weeks of paid vacation days and 3 emergency days. In addition to vacation time, you are offered full suite of other benefits; such as health insurance, dental insurance, 401k, tuition reimbursement, etc.
I learned a lot at this company in 3 years. They are very open with you about what I happening in the company, whether its good or bad. Management is friendly and always welcome a conversation. Co-workers are either quiet or friendly. The office is pretty quiet and can get a tad boring sometimes, but management tries their best to set a fun environment. They are cool with you having your phone on as long as your not getting carried away with personal conversations or watching movies. You can set your own schedule to a certain point. Work schedule is Mon-Friday, you're allowed to come in any time between 6:15 and 9:15 as long as you work 8 hrs for the day. PTO and benefits are GREAT. They offer tuition reimbursement. They offer classes for you to learn more about your job and they pay you to take them. No matter what position you're in you develop a really simple day to day routine. Lots of tedious work but its not complicated; very easy to learn. In high school math was not my best subject but now I'm in Accounting so you can imagine how easy it is. Excel will be your best friend no matter what position you're in.
group lunches, fun team games, friendly management and co-workers, flex scheduling
Procedures and job duties are constantly changing.
I loved working at Metlife. The compensation was just ok. I was working in an entry level position and just felt like I needed to be more challenged. The environment was very relaxed, almost too relaxed. Sometimes I felt that the dress code was too relaxed. Sometimes you felt like you couldn't tell the difference between someone on the street, or someone who worked there.
Customer Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 4, 2016
The work culture is very pleasant with Metlife. Very thankful for being able to obtain my series 6 license and provided with a thorough training. Was provided with ongoing training in order to stay abreast of various annuity products.
Network Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 3, 2016
I began my work at Met Life working as a part time employee while attending college. Once I graduated from college I was offered a position working in their computer department. I worked at Met Life for twenty nine years and ascended to a supervisory postion. I truly enjoyed my time here.