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
FINANCIAL ADVISOR ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Frankfort, IL – May 21, 2018
Great team support system, and a lot of room for advancement if willing to work for it. Company offers a lot of perks to their employees for providing outstanding services and meeting or exceeding their goals.
I would go to West Baltimore and explain the healthcare service to people on welfare. They were not sure how it would help them, because they only had know section 8 healthcare benefits. I would explain them the adv of using the plan... we work as team, we had team leaders who a second language. The hardest part was going home,
not understanding all there concerns and problems.
Financial Planner (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – May 19, 2018
The recruiting process is overwhelmingly geared towards inexperienced hires and career changers. As such, there is not much resource available for experienced hires to continue to sharpen their saw. I was sold on the promise of being positioned as a joint work partner for less experienced hires, but the bar kept being moved and I was thus never positioned in that role.
Consulting Manager Systems Development (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – May 19, 2018
Prudential Financial was a very good company to work for and had excellent benefits although the medical benefits cost was rising dramatically. The people working there were very professional and easy to get along with. At times the job was very stressful and working nights and weekends did occur to meet very aggressive deadlines.
I've been with Prudential for almost 17 years, and I don't have any bad experiences...all the people I work with are all nice and have became friends with them even outside work...I enjoyed working especially in Newark where it is close to my home and I have alternate work arrangement so it is really great for working mothers like me!
Senior Business Analysis Associate (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – May 17, 2018
I have been with the company for 18 years. I have 4 different job titles. In the 9 years I've been in my current position, I have not had any type of promotion. I receive great reviews each year, but it seems advancement is non-existent.
There is a lot of emphasis on creating a good working environment for every person. There are many training videos that every worker must take to understand how to treat others and work ethically. There are many meetings, and managers will keep you busy the entire time you are there.
Pru has a very nice work life balance. They allow a lot of flex time and work from home. The culture is diverse which makes it a very nice and comfortable working environment. They offer wonderful benefits including advancing your education and are very flexible with their employees.
Senior Calculations clerk (Former Employee) – Horsham, PA – May 14, 2018
The culture at the workplace has changed over the years. It is now more production oriented. Meaning, the amount of work that can be completed without the insight knowledge of the products that you are working on.