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Director, Security Operations

MassMutual Springfield, MA

The Director, Security Operations will serve as a senior member of the security operations team and report to the VicePresident, Security Operations… Ivy Exec

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Regional Sales Director Worksite Sales - Central / Southeast

MassMutual Na-dong

Role Characteristics Maintain industry knowledge necessary to be a product expert on worksite products. Must also be able to understand fullproduct… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Director, Investment and Portfolio Management

MassMutual Springfield, MA

The Portfolio Management team collaborates with Product Actuaries, Corporate Financial, Babson Capital as well as otherteams within the Office of the… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Systems Consultant

MassMutual Springfield, MA

Participate in technical studies and evaluations of business requirements and technological alternatives, and recommendsappropriate systems… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Strategic Procurement and Sourcing Consultant

MassMutual Springfield, MA

Of The Role Are As Follows: Research, analyze and evaluate strategic sourcing and services procurement opportunities within IT, business andcorporate… Ivy Exec

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Service Management Consultant

MassMutual Springfield, MA

RequirementsBasic Job Qualifications: Bachelor s degree in Business, Information Technology, Computer Science or commensurate experience 5+ years of… Ivy Exec

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Managing Director - Retirement Services

MassMutual North Bend, OR +3 locations

Cultivate and build strong relationships with advisors to generate prospect opportunities Aggressively develop new distribution channels and… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Financial Planner

MassMutual Boston, MA

As a subject matter expert on personal financial advice, work with the team to design, development, administer, implementand evolve learning programs… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

AVP Compliance, Worksite Products

MassMutual Springfield, MA

RequirementsThe Assistant Vice President, Compliance, Worksite Products will be responsible to provide compliance support across avariety of matters… Ivy Exec

9 days ago


MassMutual Springfield, MA

The Enterprise Architect will participate in the development of complex system architectures for new and existing IT systemsto permit development of… Ivy Exec

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MassMutual Chairman, President, and CEO Roger W. Crandall
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    Do not become a "financial adviser" - you're just pushing life insurance

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    Former Employee - Financial Services Representative in Raleigh, NC (US)
    Former Employee - Financial Services Representative in Raleigh, NC (US)

    I worked at MassMutual full-time (less than an year)


    It only COSTS YOU (MONEY OUT OF YOUR POCKET) a couple hundred dollars to become licensed to sell life insurance in North Carolina. Couple thousand if you want to sell annuities. Luckily, you don't have to worry about where you'll be depositing your payroll checks from working at the company, because you won't be receiving any until you sell a certain amount of product and "qualify" to become "part of the team".


    You have to find your own "customers" which will be people that you sell products to. Once those customers lock into a product, the company receives a stream of cash, from which you receive a percentage, provided that you are in "good standing" meaning that you've sold enough product recently.

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    Don't be such self-centered arrogant jerks that brag about your success selling product to people and the money that you've made by doing so.... especially when you can't bring new "employees" into a meeting with one of your own customers to show your slick talking ways. Of course, you're VERY quick to leech onto any potential sales leads that a new employee may bring... like a blood thirsty shark that hasn't eaten in weeks. By the way, thanks for stealing my commissions on those deals by "accidentally" deleting me off of the paperwork.

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