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Prudential Financial Inc Employer Reviews

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Financial Professional Associate (Current Employee), south windsor , ctDecember 5, 2013
Pros: one out of a few hits it big and makes a good salary
Cons: offfce location
You don’t get paid until you complete a 26 week cdp program that you have to pay for which costs $1500, in those 26 weeks you have to get the L&H, series 6, and series 63 exam. The managers rush you through it weather you have the money or not. Poor organization as each man explains the rules different.
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Great work environment
Client Services Representative (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FLNovember 12, 2013
Worked in call center environment where I assisted clients and agents with processing disbursements and simple changes to policies. Prudential created a great atmosphere for employee morale
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Close-knit supportive staff
Production Artist FREELANCE (Former Employee), Newark, NJApril 14, 2013
Perfection was stressed even more than most studios. A software system called SMART was used to integrate artists files with writer's edits.The software was so demanding that anything less than a thorough understanding could be problematic and time consuming.
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Excellent place to work!
Programming Systems Analyst (Former Employee), Plymouth, MNSeptember 26, 2012
I worked for Prudential for many years and I enjoyed working there.
Prudential was a very fair company to work for.