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30+ days ago

Director and Actuary, Financial Planning and Analysis

Unum Worcester, MA

This is an expert level contributor position providing leadership on highly complex activities specializing in a variety of planning, financial… Unum


15 hrs ago

Web Developer – new

Unum Columbia, SC

• ASP.net, Web Forms and MVC • JavaScript, JQuery, Knockout, AngularJS… HireAHero.org


11 days ago

Nat Sales Practice Dev Dir

Unum Portland, OR

include developing and driving various business projects, data management and in-depth analysis, and preparing and… Unum


30+ days ago

Claims Co-ordinator

Unum Basingstoke, England

Insurance exposure is not essential but experience of working in an administrative or customer focused role within an office environment would be… Unum


12 days ago

Actuarial Development Program

Unum Portland, OR

The Actuarial Development Program (ADP) at Unum has been in existence for over 40 years, and provided guidance and support to hundreds of actuaries… Unum


12 days ago

Short Term Disabililty Benenfit Specialist

Unum Chattanooga, TN

• Timely and accurate adjudication of STD claims requiring medical intervention. Broad knowledge of disability contracts, policies, and products and… Unum


30+ days ago

Client Manager Associate

Unum Portland, OR +4 locations

• Effectively learn and understand the Pre and Post-Sale Proactive Client Management, Education, Development, Growth and Retention for core market… Unum


22 days ago

Sales Consultant Trainee- Texas

Unum Addison, TX +2 locations

The Unum Sales Consultant is an insurance business professional responsible for contributing to increasing sales, through managing Unum's… Unum


30+ days ago

Sales Consultant

Unum London, England

You will be encouraging a close working relationship between intermediaries, Head Office and Regional Office staff to ensure that administrative… Unum


17 days ago

Billing Specialist I

Unum Portland, OR +2 locations

This is the entry level of a two level career path. Work is performed according to established procedures under considerable supervision. This… Unum


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Unum Group Reviews

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Unum Group President, CEO, and Director Tom Watjen
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    Poor career opportunity

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Low Level Associate
    Former Employee - Low Level Associate

    I worked at Unum Group full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    If you want to live in Chattanooga or Portland this is pretty much your best chance for employment. The work life balance was nice, I never really had an issue where my mangers were not reasonable about an emergency or PTO request. The CEO is also a really nice guy and is very visible.

    Cons

    Pay is way below average (when I left and interviewed at other companies the interviewer actually laughed at what Unum was paying me). Benefits are really not that great like others say in their reviews, the overall employee base is just really unhealthy and old so when I left and compared my plans I was being shafted by being young and healthy. Also, if you are not a manager you really won't be one if you stay with this company. The company does have a management-training program, but it is still rare that someone who goes through that program actually moves up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your employees (not just your managers) a fair wage. You really need to look at how much say you let other mangers have in your hiring of mid to high level employees. The hand pick managers from previous managers just leads to a society of yes men and inhibits new thought processes. Lastly, invest in technology, when I was there you were still using systems from the 70's.

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