Seminars and continuous training allows an advisor to integrate and acquire required knowledge needed for the job. The management is very helpful. They are willing to extend their help to any advisors who needs help. Advisors are trained to put their clients number 1.
Financial Centre Technical Trainer (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 31 January 2018
In charge of managing daily administrative operations in the Branch, expenses, charges, deposits, correspondence, etc. Initial training on software to new hires. Customer service provided in a daily basis to clients, advisors.
Phone Agent (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 29 January 2018
Most of my coworkers called it "little Auschwitz " for a reason. Heavily micromanaged. Lots of favoritism shown by unqualified young managers. Little if any balance. If you require surgery...count on hearing about it for the rest of your term. The Lethbridge division was a joke. No job security. They give you a promotion one day and walk you out the next. No rhyme or reason for anything. USA workers did far less and got paid far more and got much more time off..acted like they owned us. Worst job ever!!! Stay away!!!
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 24 January 2018
Great benefits, great people. Less than amazing management and decisions. Often over worked and underpaid - however pay is not horrible. lots of opportunity to fine tune your career and still stay within the company
Organizational Health Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 January 2018
I loved my job at Sun Life, it was completely aligned with my skills, goals and passion. The organization is broad and diverse offering opportunity to move and grow with it. Leadership from the top down are consistent in their messaging and support for employees at all levels. I do recommend Sun Life as an employer of choice.
Culture of health, work/life balance, flexible work, commitment to its core values and value proposition