Prudential is a large highly supportive company for working families and philanthropy.
Case Installation Specialist (Former Employee), Dresher PA – March 5, 2014
Pros: family oriented, flexible work schedule, benefits, co-workers
Cons: systems were slow at peak times - it was frustrating when servers were overloaded.
Each day while employed at many different positions within Prudential required working within a team enviroment. I was also required to maintain specific production and quality levels. The day was well balanced between teamwork and individual workload management. Prudential supports ToastMasters and provides a lot of educational opportunities to its – more... employees. They are very supportive of diversity and differing opinions. Hardest part of working at Prudential was during peak business when you would be required to work overtime in order to meet the required goals. However, my boss and co-workers were very supportive and we shifted work as needed. – less
personal receptionist (Former Employee), Laguna beach – March 3, 2014
mon-fri 9-5 i learned so much about real state my manager was great and helped me move forward, there really was not a "hardest" part of the job, it was multiple task throughout the day. i loved being next to the beach and having an ocean view from my desk. i also enjoyed getting to know other agents.
Administrative Associate III (Former Employee), Roseland, NJ – February 25, 2014
Pros: good company to work for. work/family life balance.
Meet the quota of your daily responsibilities I moved/was promoted three time while there. There is definitely room to grow. Co-workers are okay, just keep it business-like Depending on the job, quotas can be a challenge I enjoyed coming to work and assisting the claimants with their disability paperwork.
Licensed Agent (Current Employee), Riverside, CA – February 19, 2014
Pros: great management
Cons: no healthcare
Calling clients and showing houses. Holding open houses. Learned lots of new real estate laws. Management is awesome. Very helpful. Co-workers are fun to work with and always love to work. Hardest part of the job is finding a new home for prospective buyers. Most enjoyable is seeing the smiles of my clients finding there home.
Analyst (Current Employee), Newark, NJ – February 14, 2014
Prudential has a strong focus on talent management through internal mobility across different organizations that allows its employees to gain a better understanding of our businesses in order to become a better leader.
Customer Service Professional (Former Employee), Dresher, PA – February 11, 2014
* Upheld Prudential’s standard of quality and excellence in the Customer Service Department. * Responded to customer inquiries with a professional and positive attitude as quickly as possible. * Maintained departmental standard of answering and resolving a minimum of 130 inbound customer calls. * Performed other tasks and duties necessary to assist – more... management team, enhance the position of the company, and improve overall quality of the company. – less
Realtor (Former Employee), Elk Grove, CA – February 10, 2014
Cons: high costs
It all depends on a manager in your office. I wish I just changed to a different location because I wasn’t crazy about the way my manager handled a certain transaction that I had. She did not return my phone call for two days on an urgent matter and no one in the office could help me. It was frustrating and I left after my purchase was complete.
Great benefits, good salaries, but very low morale
Former Employee (Former Employee), Dresher, PA – January 31, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: low job security and employee morale.
Prudential was a great, secure company; but in the past few years, changes in upper management have resulted in less job security, less "fun" (I.e., no employee picnic), and lower morale. Overall, I enjoyed working with the majority of people I saw on a daily basis, but changes far above our pay grade degraded our areas.
Pay and benefits were fair, – more... and benefits covered by Prudential were higher than most companies.
Annual Employee Opinion Survey taken to determine areas that need improvement (communication, technology, etc.). – less
Financial Services Associate (Former Employee), Vienna, VA – January 22, 2014
• Passed required exam for Series 6 license • Attended Financial Services Associate training classes • Calculate premiums and establish payment method • Customize insurance programs to suit individual customers including covering a variety of risks • Responsible for setting up new customer accounts and proper documentation