Manulife Financial Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Manulife Financial?

3.9Work/Life Balance
3.2Job Security/Advancement
Old Boy's Club
Written by Short Term Disability Case Manager (Former Employee) from Vancouver, BC on 22 February 2019
They're cheap - they pay far less than what one would expect for this job, but they think they're being magnanimous.

Males are paid more than females and are quite literally handed positions; females are discouraged to apply for higher positions - but when management is asked about it, the response is: "Well, I wasn't there, I can't speak for so-and-so's - more... actions".

Benefits are decent if you can get permanent.

Some work from home allowed; considering job is all computer work, fully digital files/paperless and no face-to-face meetings are required, there is no good reason to not offer f ... - less
ProsOccasional Work from Home, decent benefits if you are permanent
ConsOld Boy's Club
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