Topics regarding layoffs at Prudential

Topics regarding layoffs at Prudential

Every day is stressful

The biggest cause of stress here: management. They are also the main reason why the most knowledgeable and capable employees are leaving this place. I have never worked in a company that has such bad managers as we do here. You?

How are you doing?

I work in Global Technology and whenever I asked someone how they are doing I get a defeated, "ah, ya know" or "hanging in there" or half-hearted "good". It didn't used to be like this, most people I interacted with used to be enthusiastic and happy... —  read more 

Toxic company culture

I'm not sure how it happened, but the once great company culture has morphed into a toxic mess that everybody is looking to escape. I hate to see what Prudential has turned into because I used to truly enjoy my work and now I dread it. I'd like to... —  read more 

I'm tired

I'm tired because I have to deal with a total lack of recognition or respect for my performance every single day. I'm tired of having to fight to have anything I have done recognized as being done by me. I'm tired of others taking credit for my work... —  read more 

Other options

I can say with certainty that most of us are here only because it is difficult to find another option. It’s easy to get an offer that’s no better than the job I have here, but it’s not easy to find something better. I'd like to leave before I get... —  read more 


Retirement employees not of retirement age are having their RMSA forfeited since they were sold off. What's the mood in the room on this one??

New promotion policy

What are your thoughts on the overhauled promotion policy? Between the constant changes and reshuffling and the new promotion policy (we have to apply to a new position or post for our current position at a higher level and hope we get it or be... —  read more 

Interviewing at Prudential

I have an opportunity to interview with Prudential as a lead contract analyst, recruiter found me. I’ve passed the recruiter round and now the contracts team wants to interview. Im currently employed by another large insurer, same capacity different... —  read more 

I noticed a new trend

We hire people specifically for one role and then we put them into a completely different role they didn't expect nor are equipped to handle. This screws over all of us: the person who joined the company and would otherwise thrive but is now stuck in... —  read more 


Anyone know what the company’s return to office will look like? Do you all get to continue working from home? Is it a hybrid?

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