Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Manulife (Über 5 Jahre)
Strong effective and visionary leadership. Examples of changes that came about from this leadership: Life Moments, Vitality, target to save 1 million hours of customer time in 2019. Diversity is taken very seriously, especially for women. Many opportunities for growth including training, industry courses, and global work opportunities also. Senior management are making sincere efforts to communicate with rank and file employees via town halls, podcasts, weekly update emails, etc
There are no shortage of problems that need to be fixed. For instance, legacy technologies that don't talk to each other, and confusing or missing procedures. There's also an issue with many employees not being engaged in their jobs.
Rat an das Management
Continue focus on diversity. Continue making efforts to increase employee engagement. Eventually these efforts will pay off. Make sure that managers are held accountable to our values. Nothing will turn employees cynical faster than not living by our values. Hire and promote within much as possible, for employees that have the ability and motivation to learn and grow. Don't encourage negative employees with promotions. Attitude and engagement should be a factor in all internal staffing decisions.
Ich habe mich über eine Hochschule oder Universität beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte mehr als 2 Monate. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im Februar 2016 bei Manulife (Toronto, ON (Kanada)).
1st round was back to back 30 minute case interviews with a brief behavioral component at the beginning. The role was a summer internship and I know that the team is quite small and doesn't fire directly out of undergrad for full-time positions (their team was mainly ex-MBB consultants)
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch