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What Employees Say
I have been working at Marsh & McLennan Companies full-time for more than a year
Great work-life balance, benefits, and advancement opportunities.
Given the size of the organization, it can sometimes be challenging to fix small issues.
I worked at Marsh & McLennan Agency full-time for more than a year
- work from home one day a week (if manager approves) - lots of free food YUM - new office - completely renovated - most of the people are really pleasant and great friends - wants to improve... culture and is trying
- everything depends on your manager, if you have a manager that has high turnover, which is most open positions, you will probably have a bad time - slow to change, there is a lack of adaption to... a newer generation, they are trying but it takes forever to get anything approved - slow to promote, takes about 2-3 years to get promotes with minimal pay increases - low pay for the amount of work you have - lack of training - lack of consistency between departments - very old school, work your way up and get treated poorly until you can work your way up 10 years later - culture lacks transparency - It doesn't matter how many times you go to HR, they aren't there for you. They are there to protect the company and those that are mistreating employees - pays low and unequally ( This did not affect me, however, it did affect my colleagues) - harassment can happen, document everything. This happened to not only me, but also multiple employees in similar roles. Seems like the "bottom line" is not appreciated
Advice to Management
Start looking at why there is so much high turnover, train and promote employees! They will be so happy and feel appreciated. A true leader works for their employees, and doesn't degrade them when... they dont do what they want. I had multiple managers and ran into the same issues, which tells me its more of a culture issue. In a bull market, you need to be competitive to retain talent, if not, high turnover will keep on getting higher. In addition, when someone has the courage to be transparent about the issues they are facing at work, do something about it. Make them feel heard and valued, dont use it as a way to protect the company but instead, use it as a way to IMPROVE the company. It has potential, you need to act on that potential.