A typicl day working for Metlife Securities was making sure that customers check request was processed and mailed out before the cut off time. The most important aspect while processing check request is paying close attention to deal. Such as, check amount , address where the check is to be mailed to, and any special instructions.
For those with families, MetLife's company culture promotes work and personal life is very balance! Though, network changes take a little slower to enact. The pace is slower than most companies if you are used to working in a hyper work environment / company - takes a little adjustment.
VP, Global Ops Transformation (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 5, 2017
Great opportunities to grow and advance your career. Corporate culture continues to evolve to help drive change. There has not been a typical day for the change leaders as I have been pulled into multiple initiatives globally. What I enjoyed most is developing and growing future leaders.
Financial Advisor/ (Specialist) (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 5, 2017
MetLife was a great company to work for until they sold all of there representative to Mass Mutual. Since then the compensation and the operations have changed drastically, Many reps left the company, I am one that stayed but have come to the realization that this company is very difficult to make a living at.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – June 2, 2017
This office was closed not long after I was laid off for getting pregnant The man that was the general manager was terrible at interpersonal relationships. it was a toxic atmosphere. I really didn't learn very much while working there.
TECHNICAL SUPPORT SUPERVISOR (Claims) (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – June 1, 2017
I learned leadership and management skills. The atmosphere was more family oriented and enjoyable environment. Training was and awards was a plus. Typical day at work was relaxed but we exceeded in every aspect.