I love working at Prudential. My manager supports flexible work arrangements and work from home, although that is not evenly applied across other areas of the company. The new CEO is extremely authentic, and the company is driven by ethics & integrity. Movement into other areas is difficult, however, and they often like to look outside for leader positions rather than at internal talent.
Senior Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – Dubuque, IA – March 20, 2019
Prudential allows for employees on all levels to have paid time of for volunteer days, ample paid vacation and sick days, and a very generous paid parental leave program. I really enjoyed the flexibility to work remotely.
Sr. Specialist, IT Infrastructure (Current Employee) – Plymouth, MN – March 18, 2019
Most individuals or teams do not want to work collaboratively with any other team for fear that their work may be taken away due to previous experiences. They also do not want to help with other areas because they do not want it to become their job in the future. There is a massive amount of distrust between departments that is hard to deal with.
Real Estate Broker (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – March 16, 2019
I have not worked for Prudential NW Properties (Now Berkshire Home Services) for 18 years so can not comment on the company. Therefore, the rating is meaningless and I just filled it in because it was required to move forward.
Manager, Process Management (Former Employee) – Dresher, PA – March 14, 2019
I would recommend Prudential to anyone that has an opportunity to work there. It has been a great home for me for over 20 years. If I have an opportunity to get back to Prudential, I will not hesitate.
Culturally encourage you to talk big while do nothing, before the senior management figure this out you're likely have already got your promotion in another business unit and become one of these senior management yourself. When politics dominated the never ending reorg, this was what's happening everyday. Gresham's law and dead sea effect are proofs.
Cook and Cashier (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 7, 2019
I personally liked working there. It was interesting in many ways. The people there are great. I've met people from all over the world as well as made many friends. I've learned that no matter where you come from or who you are you will always be excepted. The job was challenging at times but for me, that was my favorite time.
Financial Planning Associate (Former Employee) – Wauwatosa, WI – March 5, 2019
If I was given longer to pass the licensing exams, I would have had a very successful career I believe. If I would have been able to be paid for selling Life and Health Insurance, while still studying for Series 6 and Series 63, then this position may have worked out better.