Operations Administrator, Advisor Based Sales (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – September 17, 2018
The compensation was not at the top; but the other compensation categories rated above the average offered options in comparison to other local industries. The retirement matches and PTO are above average in comparison to other local jobs seeking employment in the area.
Accounts Receivable II (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 13, 2018
The culture at Lincoln is so diverse. There are many social events that go on here that you are encouraged to participate. However, don't stay away from your desk for more than 15 minutes. The people for the most part are friendly.
The micromanagement is way over the top. They keep saying you are all adults but before you can research and respond to an email they are on your back for an answer. Depending on the department you are in everything is timed. You have X amount of minutes to work in a queue and you have to get a specific amount done in that time frame or you get in trouble for not meeting the numbers.
Flex hours, work remotely, social events, jeans everyday
Business Development Consultant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 8, 2018
Liked the company, hated the managers. Every time you outperform, all you've done is raised the bar to become the new floor, and if you have a down quarter, they're on your case asking you why you can't perform miracles all day
Relaxed and Comfortable workplace with no forward movement or real sense of accomplishment
Intake Representative (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 5, 2018
The job was boring, dull, and unimportant. You do the same thing every single day which can be nice but boring. You never really need to talk to anyone during the day which makes it stress-free but lonely and isolating. There really is no forward movement here. It's okay for a temporary job but I want out more than anything else.
Senior Paralegal (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – September 2, 2018
During the 15 years I was at Lincoln Financial Group, it was mainly a great experience. The managers I supported really strove to train you well and were stellar performers in their field of expertise. I felt encouraged and supported and was able to excel in my field. I have a lot of great memories and skills from my time there.
Senior Claims Examiner, Absence Management (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 27, 2018
Lincoln has a culture where you will either thrive and attach to a click, or you will sink as an outsider. that being said, their culture of diversity is one of the more accepting i've seen in an organization.
Implementation Partner - Director (Former Employee) – New Braunfels, TX – August 22, 2018
Fast-paced. Lots of phone and email correspondence. Document review. Plan implementation. Training of clients and financial advisors. Company culture is great. Most enjoyable part of my job is sales support.
very disorganized. Infrastructure for remote employees could be improved.
Great manager - great team - work/life balance is hard
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Texas – August 22, 2018
Love working for this company - the only downfall is the work/life balance - I have worked in the insurance industry for over 20 years - 4th quarter I was used to - however, in this role 4th quarter didn't seem to end until June. Was very very hard on my personal life. Needed a change - have always wanted to get into education and will be pursuing that option
Senior Claims Examiner (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 13, 2018
Strong work culture that encourages individual work processes with little collaboration. Self directed workers will flourish. Pace of work distribution can vary dramatically based on time of year and management changes.
Intern (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – August 6, 2018
It was a typical intern job. Go get coffee, send out mass emails, take packages to the post office, etc. I didn't learn much when I did my internship but I don't think that should reflect on the company as a whole.