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
It is exactly what you would expect: good benefits, good security, decent pay, good work/life balance, boring work, boring environment. It didn't help that I had a manager with anger control problems yelling at people left and right.
Customer Service (Former Employee), New Jersey – September 17, 2014
Pros: great bonuses
Cons: lunch breaks are to short
Customer Service: Responsible for Intake for disability claims. Handling inbound calls from claimants calling in on the 800 line checking the status of their short and long term disability claim. Working directly with the brokers and claim managers while maintaining a heavy call volume answering approximately 80-100 calls per day.
Financial Professional (Current Employee), Bloomington, IL – September 5, 2014
Pros: flexible schedule, fun co-workers, good compensation schedule
Cons: calling people all day, no salary
It was a great place to work because the people at Prudential are great. It was a great work environment. It was very difficult to make consistant money because it is a 100% commission job. The place that needs improving is training new employees. They basically just say go out and make money, without actually training you on the best ways to do that. – more... Hardest part is the long hours but the best part is that the job is flexible. There is no punching in a clock but if you wanted to make a lot of money you had to work long hours. – less
Is a great company to work for and treat their employees well
Divisional Operations Manager (Current Employee), Oakbrook Terrace, IL – September 3, 2014
There are no typical days my Job is in a high paced environment with production driven goals. I where many hats in my role so depending on the days fire my day can be different everyday. I have a fantastic manager and is an incredible coach. My co-workers a.re wonderful hard working people
Licensed Life Product Specialist (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FL – September 3, 2014
Pros: learned an awful lot about life insurance
Cons: lacks work life balance
Call center environment. I learned a about various life insurance products and the life insurance business. The most enjoyable part of my day is assisting members of the field sales staff with product knowledge and advice.
Cons: short beaks and limited room for advancement
Prudential is a good place to work. It has fair pay and good hours. There was limited room for advancement and job security was questionable.
Most of a typical day was working with clients over the phone who were looking to Surrender their life insurance product. Would work with the clients to conserve the policies and solve problems or needs that – more... they had. Learned to listen to the clients and ask – less