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Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Mar 12th, 2019
"Ensure that you have a clear sense of career path and if your hiring leader supports flexibility."
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Feb 28th, 2019
"Much depends on your direct manager but I have found the hours to be very reasonable and have the ability to work remotely when I need to."
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Dec 26th, 2018
"They lie to you about salary bands, compensation and promotions. There is no possibility to get ahead unless you are one of the favored few."
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Oct 11th, 2018
"Check out the Women's Business Network - it is a great resource."
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Oct 23rd, 2017
"Come in stating your expections up front. So you know what to expect coming in"
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Jul 22nd, 2017
"Still a good old boy network. Women in leadership position referred to as "females""
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on May 11th, 2017
"Great maternity and paternity leave. Not very flexible on work arrangements. Pay is just below the market."
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on Apr 11th, 2017
"It's a boy's club. Don't be surprised if it feels inappropriate at times "
Anonymous shared this review of MetLife on May 26th, 2016
"To ask questions to ensure you find the right manager to work for and ensure they will be your advocate. For example, are there other women on the team? what are their roles compared to others on the team? when have they been promoted?"
"Lots of flexibility, but very little chance for real advancement unless you are a white male."
"I've worked here for several years and there are a lot of women working here, but mostly in the lower/middle manager levels. Generally I believe they are treated fairly but management is male-dominated and not diverse, which makes it tougher for women to "network" with them. Mid-level women don't seem to advance because of these subtle issues. Maternity leave was recently upped from 2 weeks to 12 weeks, and many women take longer 'unpaid' leave. However, I think women suffer career setbacks for being out on leave. I think the culture is changing positively, and it helps that there are a few supportive women finally reaching higher ranks."