Highest-paid diversity and inclusion employees rake in substantially more than the average full-time professor
What do you think of this Volunteer Paid Day Off? Is there a catch? If it's purely optional, it sounds ok. Maybe I'll volunteer. Maybe I won't. I just hope there isn't pressure to do so and "post pictures".
Can't wait to see what doesn't change as a result of this round of MyVoice!
Does the company realize employees openly share their salary, annual increases and AVIP with co-workers and that it is no longer taboo? In fact, it is more of an exchange to show how pathetically under paid they are. Met does not even pay market... — read more
Asking for a friend.
MetLife ignoring the facts and putting their employees in danger. Infections, and hospitalizations steadily rising. It's time to speak up.
Even if someone is among the boss’s favorites, it still doesn’t give them the right to push work onto other colleagues. We have one such bossy colleague who continuously takes advantage of other employees. How do you deal with such people? — read more
Lately I’ve been thinking whether it’s a good idea to move to a startup. I recently wanted to apply for one because they offered good working conditions, but still, maybe that would be a big change? It seems like a good option in the short... — read more
Is it me or are we growing more and more top heavy? Too much focus on growing and promotions at the top and not enough planning to operationalize is ki----g us. We need to grow workforce not upper management. Having to reason with even more over... — read more
Can someone explain this to me? You apply for a project outside your department to do in addition to your own work? Does this actually lead to advancement? Curious-
Let's be realistic, people. After the pandemic-related cuts and now RTO-related attrition, I don't know one team or area that is not severely understaffed. There is literally nobody left to lay off without compromising productivity. These are just... — read more
We've had a GTO position open for 4 months now. We've been getting really frustrated that we get no resumes and our HRBP doesn't seem to know why. It's not a niche position so I would have thought we'd have at least one qualified person apply by now. — read more
I have never worked in a more disorganized company than Metlife. Everything here is one big mess. Everything has to be difficult for the employee because managers don't want it to be easy. I no longer believe there is anything that could fix this... — read more
Apple has offered to lease another or both remaining buildings (1 & 2). The surprise part is that we are yet to respond to that offer. They didn’t rule it out, yet anyway. With the new tech center moving to India, the need for a triangle presence and... — read more
This company is financially oppressive. 3 salary bands. And most of you aren’t even being paid in the mid salary range. 10 years with the company and I’m not even in the middle range! Looking at jobs outside of Met I’m sure to be paid at least 20k... — read more
COVID spreading everywhere including metlife offices. For the safety of your employees, please have people work from home. It is not safe yet. You say you care but your actions contradict your statements. It won't be funny when someone gets very... — read more
I still haven't received an acceptable new offer, although lately I've been putting a lot of energy into getting out of here. I am happy for some colleagues who left, but on the other hand, after their departure the work here became even more... — read more
What the Truck is he blabbing about?
Mass US layoffs and site closures coming in 1-3 years as New global tech center in India is established. This will reduce cost by moving many FTE positions offshore. They’ll start off slow next year and ramp up as that new site is established in 2-3... — read more
This week, had a meeting with my manager about my concerns around COVID and RTO. I have been very upfront about my extreme hesitation and health conditions that put me at high risk for COVID complications. Plus I have members in my family who are... — read more
Post articles about trouble in NYC public transportation in this thread. I'll start. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10575679/Shocking-moment-straphanger-slashes-stranger-kn--e-wild-fight-inside-NYC-subway-station.html
Look it up... MetLife is a federal contractor...I wonder how it will affect the company
Don't forget you're allowed to make eye contact with them. But no pictures of your kids in your cubicle; gotta keep a clean office!
I’m looking for any for the dental claims in Oriskany NY
I didn't think I would but I do. I thought it was just about getting used to the office again, but it's not. It's getting used to getting up earlier, being stuck in traffic, eating cr---y food, having so many distractions while working, and so many... — read more
I was told there are multiple covid cases in at least one of the buildings and the cases are not being reported to others who may have come in contact with them. This is beyond irresponsible and puts lives at risk.
Will they pay bonus if I put in 2 weeks on 1st of March and say last day on March 16th. I believe bonus payout will be March 14th this year? Or do I need to give 2 weeks after bonus payout?
You know, I read these posts about Work From Home and Return to Office and COVID and the toxic work environment and posts from people who found better jobs. But, I just wanted to point out, that MetLife is quietly terminating people 1 and 2 at a... — read more
Work. Get paid. Repeat. No emotion. Just work and pay me. What a fantastic culture.
If you could change one aspect of your employee work experience at MetLife what would your wish be? Seriously though.And this is not BJ. Let’s get to root of poor morale. I’ll start with the obvious elephant in the room: I wish ML would be more... — read more
Can't believe not one post about RTO and how it went?
Ever since I got back to the office, I’ve been working a lot less. I start on time and finish on time ... not a minute longer. I didn't even bother counting overtime hours from home, there were too many. So, in that sense, I think most enjoy going... — read more
RTO puts employees in danger and MetLife is putting people's lives at risk. It will become a Human Resources nightmare for the company soon. COVID wave expected to hit the US as Omicron subvariant and patchy vaccination rates drive surge in... — read more
The time to jump ship is now! From their bungling of "Future Work" and Return To Office, to firing anyone in Leadership who isn't a bobbleheaded rubber stamper, to unrealistic expectations and for anyone still in the dark about the drastic wage... — read more
"In a tight labor market, where there are 11 million open jobs, employers demanding a return to the office may find themselves short on the kind of diverse workers they all say they want to hire. They’ll also lose the many workers who reevaluated... — read more
Or tell us what you actually are doing. (including "nothing"). Find lunch bag. Find employee id. Inventory home office supplies so that I can replenish from corporate.
Whoo-hooo! You can wear casual-casual till June at which time it will revert back to business-casual. These folks don't understand that some of the places that I've worked, shorts were fine, shoes were optional and Nerf toys were required. — read more