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30+ days ago

Field Coordinator

Unum Los Angeles, CA

The Field Coordinator provides a broad range of technical and administrative support for the Field Office. This role will assist with the day to day… CareerBuilder


6 days ago

Territory Recruiter - Atlanta, GA Sales Office

Unum Atlanta, GA

This individual will be responsible for assisting our sales management teams in the recruitment process. This would include sourcing, attraction, and… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

BOC Legislative Consultant

Unum Portland, ME

This position is accountable for analyzing, communicating, driving, and implementing regulatory changes that impact Unum and Colonial Life. The… CareerBuilder


17 hrs ago

Dir, Client Management – new

Unum San Francisco, CA

The Dir, Client Management role is responsible for office level service and enrollment leadership delivering on business strategies by: • Driving… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Director, Information Reporting

Unum Chattanooga, TN

This position is responsible for establishing operational procedures and controls to comply with IRS regulations regarding U.S. information reporting… CareerBuilder


17 hrs ago

Sales Coordinator – new

Unum Chicago, IL +3 locations

The Sales Coordinator (SC) is responsible for managing the Customer Acquisition/Reacquisition quoting, and acquiring workflow process. In support of… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Summer Technology/IT Internships

Unum Portland, ME

Unum is one of the leading providers of employee benefits products and services and is the largest provider of group and individual disability… CareerBuilder


21 days ago

Business Ops Cnslt III

Unum Chattanooga, TN

This position is a high level non-managerial individual contributor accountable for driving and implementing the daily operations that support… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

AVP, Operations Tax

Unum Chattanooga, TN

This global leadership role is denoted as AVP, Operations Tax for the company and will report to the SVP, Tax. This position will lead the indirect… CareerBuilder


16 days ago

Territory Exec Assistant

Unum Boston, MA

The Territory Executive Assistant provides administrative support for the Territory Sales Manager, District Managers, Regional Instructors and… CareerBuilder


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    Former Employee - Information Technology
    Former Employee - Information Technology

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

    Pros

    It was great place to work. I can't tell you how much I learned and grew as a professional at UNUM. It's the best place I ever worked. I was a manager and I had a great group that reported to me, they were hardworking and professional 100% of the time. My peers were top notch and some of the best in the business, and even though I didn't see eye to eye with my director, he was a good manager.
    The pay was good, great vacation, flexible work arrangements, fantastic bonus, I can't say enough about how great it was working there. I must of suffered a "brain fart" when I decided to leave, because it was an awful decision on my part.

    Cons

    I hated the performance review process. You had to have a certain % in each bracket including "do not meets" which was awful. When you take time to work with people and put together a plan and they ALL are meeting or exceeding their plan, how are you going to pick someone to fall in this bracket just so your department is showing a bell curve for the performance plan Having to do this honestly keep me up at night. I spent time with my employees trying to help them develop and grow and then I had to pick someone just so I'm showing a poor performer even though they really weren't. This was a nightmare for me.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Drop the performance review curve and let the managers rate the employees on how they really perform. You have a lot more satisfied employees and the relationships between the employees and managers would be better.

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