Avis d'employé sur Financière Sun Life
Definitely not a rewarding company when it comes to salary increase. Did comparable to other insurance companies and they are very low compared to others
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I enjoy working at sunlife they care about their employees and they care about their clients. They continuously try to make things better any way they can and to impove the employees experience. We have a say at work, and if we have an idea to make something better we are heard. I love my team as they are with everyday and the managers try there best to help in any way possible.
Continued outsourcing to foreign countries has made working at Sun Life volatile, pressurized and insecure. Expectations an quantifying every second of your day has made it impossible to make rational decisions that are qualitative based. If you do you are scrutinized for not accomplishing both. Thinking an issue through with care to both the policy holders and the company requires a balance. Sun Life only cares about the bottom line and the stock prices anymore. Acting like a true insurance company the odds of statistics are used to determine what is in their best interest financially. Outsourcing has dramatically increased the error rate of a claim but they play the odds. How many people will really notice or complain. So they take the low road with their staff and reduce the Canadian component of the company with ever increasing speed. No loyalty to their people that built them, their country or their policy holders. Sun Life housed the crown jewels during WWII for pity sake. How Canadian is that? Bye Bye Canada. Don't believe their advertising, it is a lie.
decent physical space to work in and good ammenities.
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