Avis d'employé sur Financière Sun Life
Be ready to take self-toll on your mental health!
The company makes hard for the employees to perform. They make the employees go through much scrutiny just to create a show. In reality, your survival is greatly depend on who is your manager and team leader, you will find there are actually no consistency in the way the STD-LTD claims are handled. The job itself could be more satisfying to any case manager if they were not constantly micro-managed. Paid money is actually very low once you divide them into the total time you actually put doing your job. The benefits are provided by the company are in comparison to all other out there serving in same industry profile.
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making it highly stressful
The work culture was like nothing I had ever experienced. Very friendly and inviting. I learned a lot about disability case management principles.My management was great!I felt the onboarding and ongoing training and development has a lot of room for improvement, which they are working on. The central case management software is also terrible but is also being completely redone.
a lot of paid time off, amazing mental health coverage
no formal performance reviews or clear guides on how to improve
Overworked, underpaid..you feel like slavery is still very much a thing. Your merits, hardwork, loyalty and stats are not recognized. The only way you are able to move up in the company is by licking management boots and even then they have their favourites. A lot of discrimination and sexism is evident coupled with office politics. I would not recommend anyone to work here!!!
Working in corporate downtown calgary
Poor management; discrimination; excessive workloads; poor pay; office politics
Pay is a joke. After 16 years there and being a high-achiever I am nowhere near what my peers working at other companies are making.Management says they want you to take time for yourself and use your vacation days, then make a fuss when you book the time off.It was better 14-15 years ago before they offshored many of the jobs to India. Now nobody knows what they're doing and my team is stuck fixing all of their mistakes when it's not even part of our job. Look elsewhere.
Work from home
Fixing mistakes made in offshored jobs in India but no raise in pay