"I've worked for Prudential for 19 years and have been satisfied"
"I interned with Prudential Financial for 2 summers. I found it to be a good company with strong adherence to its ethical values and a customer-focused business practices. It's headquartered in Newark, NJ with other offices in PA and NY."
"I worked with Prudential from 2013 to March 2020. The company treated me very well and the people were all extremely friendly. I had a great relationship with most of my supervisors and they were open to help resolve most issues. It is a very large company so there were some struggles in navigating growth as well as getting ideas through the system. Overall it was a great experience and I'd recommend the company to anyone."
"I am working with Prudential since November 2019, my experience has been wonderful. The managers are helpful and understanding, always encouraging to do the job and ready to listen to its employees. I have learned a lot while working with prudential and I believe my colleagues think the same way. Our office is a fun place to work where everyone is ready to help each other while keeping the focus on their work."
"Great experience with amazing coworkers. Management is not up to the mark."
"pro: employee benefit technology are up to date"
"I've joined for Prudential Plc in September 2019 and agreed with the recruiter of Full-Time employment when my working VISA is received. The working environment was friendly and as part of the team, extensive employee training was received from Prudential's team Legend Institute (still ongoing through Zoom of the morning meetings), but the current adversities where all the sales agents/teams are facing is the broader closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The business operations are remaining minimum, and due to the VISA situation I have to fly back to the U.S, and meanwhile looking for an occupation with my related experiences. Adversities and challenges are impacting globally, and the hardships are substantial, but taking counter measurements are the approaches to stay afloat. In relating to businesses, especially from a finance perspective, financial distress needs to be resolve through credit expansions. The Feds and Small Business Administrations are injecting liquidities to the financial markets, amid the impacts of Covid-19. Many brick-and-mortar businesses, including personal lendings/mortgages, are looking for the monetary stimulus from credit approvals. As a small business owner, I believe we are in line with businesses to get through the economy to resume normal operations."
"Prudential is a very corporate company and they use very outdated systems which make it hard to get work done in a timely fashion."
"Had a great career. I left the company because I wanted to learn software engineering."
"Prudential is one of the best places to work. I have worked there for almost 29 years. I have accepted a very generous separation package and I am looking for a position to return to my roots as a developer."
"I have work here since 2019 and have found the work environment and my coworkers to be top notch, talented and agreeable. The management is very intelligent and hard working, with clear vision."
"Overall great people and work environment."
"They don't use industry standards and are not oriented to create business value. A job that could be done in a week with the right tools takes months there. There are many junior people without any experience and a bunch of scrum musters, for a small number of tasks. Some of the tasks set incorrectly, others are not actionable. The manager stack in the last century. I'm talking about a particular group. I strongly believe the other departments have much better management."
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