Prudential Assurance
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Work culture highly dependent on agency you join. Progression also depends on structure of agency. Good money if you work hard. Good work life balance
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Good for a change

If you been working as employee and wants to have a total change, this job is good for trying. Need to go to office to do cold callings and attend team meeting where the agency will report the sales figures of everyone.

Pros

Freedom (to a certain extend)

Cons

Working weekends and evenings
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Own time own target

Fun workplace, no politics. Progressions depend on targets only and not on others. Targets can be pretty daunting to hit so it is good to pace yourself throughout the year.
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productive

good working place ,lot to learn.fun collogues and HR.no additional pay .long working hours.good ethics and reliability.do not recommend to friend .

Pros

free lunch

Cons

no lunch
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normal

learn about legacy planning, insurance, savings etctypical day would be training, callings and appointments hardest part would be finding leads and most enjoyable part would be meeting new people

Pros

own time own target

Cons

need find leads
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World life balance. Good commission.

It gives income if you stay longer. Higher standard to qualify awards compare to other insurer. All your commissions including renewal commissions will be gone once you resiged.

Pros

Work life balance

Cons

Foreigner FC levy is added on your sales target Quota, High standard on persistency to qualify to awards.
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Run

Not worth it. Full of ideas and dreams, but when you really look at it, it’s all hard selling and getting your friends friend to buy insurance they don’t need fromYou. No career progression, built on fluff
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The company changed its culture

When I first started as a representative in the company, they invest in your growth. But after they get listed, the ballgame switched. They only care about the numbers. I was forced to quit because they side the manager. And no one can protect the agent's welfare. 15 years spent with no good will return.

Pros

Nil

Cons

No benefits because of company see u onlyas contractor
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Encouraged innovation and experienced great collaboration with everyone there

Prudential is a place for diversity and inclusion. It provides equal opportunities regardless of race. It encourages people to work on their own pace and own their careers. It allows employees to create something new and innovate new ways of working. They practice trust and inculcate values.
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Great focus on training & Development

Highly recommended Great place to work;great emphasis on life long education. The corporate culture is very proactive & responsive to the rapidly changing environment.
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Friendly Working Environment

Have a good leader that always review my performance and guide me regularly Colleagues are willing to help each other Continuous trainings and sharing sessions are given
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nil

They paint a very nice picture for new advisors to join, but once they are in they will be forced to look through their phone list and come up with a prospect list of friends, family, and relatives who will support them to buy insurance.
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A good place to learn

If you get under a good director, the sky is your limit There are lots to learn in terms of skills and knowledge How much effort you put in is how much results you get.

Pros

Lots of incentives

Cons

Lots of networking to do
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It depends on individual if they like the job

It depends on job nature and interest of the candidates. I got no else things to comments and perhaps another staff who takes over may observe and review the job, environment and the people.
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So so

Tough job with high competition. Highly dependent on your manager and team. My manager and team was not very good and helpful hence was even tougher.
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Good environment but boring job scope

Manager and coworkers were nice and friendly to newcomers, and were forgiving even when mistakes were made. However the job scope as a telemarketer can be quite boring as it is mainly cold-calling and not much else.
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Great company

Work life balance Good benefits Achievable targets Good support system Abundance of training opportunities Sponsored trips Lots of incentives to achieve
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Management

Management in the company isn’t doing the job & only wants to leech on the referral fee. However, from all of the these lessons learnt, I have learn on how to work independently without the help of management.
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A career to discover yourself

Typical Day: Prospecting, following up, securing appointments and meeting clients all the time. Learned: Learning how to handle rejection is a good thing. Being passionate in what you can do and offer it ethically and professionally. Management/culture: Really depends on the group you joining, observe the company for at least 3 months before joining. Hardest Part: Your supervisor don't motivate you when your numbers are down and not getting sales. Enjoyable: Your team mates will encourage you and share their experiences. You get to help under privileged families and individuals with their financial decisions.

Pros

Improves your soft skills exponentially

Cons

Need to grind building networks and repo with clients
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workplace for people who are hardworking for money incentives

Working experience differs a lot across different agency teams. Smaller team brings little sense of belonging to the mother company, and the prospecting activities that are potential to be carried out are much less than the larger teams. Incentives for consultants are a lot, but generally only for those who do well. Then better you do the more incentive reward you get, and the worse you do, the more distant you feel about the connection with the company. FCs are not employees of the company, therefore no employee insurance benefits at all.
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Tremendous trainings and supports from the company and unlimited opportunity to make good money.

Prudential Assurance Singapore is a leading edge company which focuses on IT development, they invest in their people by splurge inventive as rewards after hard work. I learned that we need to tap on the current market needs and generation desire what attracts and motivate them, be it the employee and the clients of the company.

Pros

Unlimited earning potential

Cons

Long hours working
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Based on 196 reviews

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3.9 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.5 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.6 out of 5 stars for Management
3.8 out of 5 stars for Culture

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