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CNP Assurances S.A. is a major French insurance corporation. CNP stands for Caisse Nationale de Prévoyance. It is listed on the Fortune Global 500. The company was formed in 1959 as a subsidiary of Caisse des dépôts et consignations, which continues to hold approximately 40% of the company. Agence des participations de l'État also owned 1.1% for the French State.Worldwide 27 million insureds under personal risk and protection policies and 14 million savings and pensions policyholders. In France, CNP Assurances distributes its individual insurance products through La Banque Postale and the Caisses d’Epargne, as well as through its own CNP Trésor network. In Brazil, its second-largest market, the Group’s partner is Caixa Econômica Federal, the country's second-biggest state-owned bank.

A former employee shared his experience at CNP Assurances, "Some positions at CNP Assurances are taken much more for political power than for good competences. Best positions are shared in a restrict political network. Some people has very poor manager abilities."

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Gestionnaire Assurance (Former Employee) says

"Sup fourbe et mesquine ! Fais ces coups en douce , ne sait pas manager une équipe et un plateau . Cons: Management à reprendre de 0"

Consultant Senior BI Oracle EPM - Hyperion Essbase - Planning (Former Employee) says

"Problème budgétaire pour la suite de la mission."

Gestionnaire en Assurance (Former Employee) says

"Franchement société pas très correct. Cons: ambiance médiocre"

Conseiller Epargne-Prévoyance AMETIS Groupe CNP Assurances (Former Employee) says

"CNP Assurances est une très bonne entreprise. Cependant, si vous travaillez pour le réseau salarié AMETIS se ne sera pas la même chose. Cons: Il y en a trops pour le réseau AMETIS."

Analista de emisión y suscripción en vida y AP (Former Employee) says

"Aprendí en el poco tiempo que estuve, sobre seguros de Vida, ya que en el trabajo anterior solo manejaba Accidentes personales. Cons: Horas extras no compensadas, clima laboral"

Gestionnaire Assurance Vie (Former Employee) says

"pas d avis special sur CNP, pas d'embauche en CDI et salaire trop faible"

Chargée d'admission (Current Employee) says

"Trente ans d'ancienneté le temps est long. Cons: trop peu de gratifications"

Gestionnaire/Assistante administrative (Former Employee) says

"- journée de travail quotidienne Cons: Pas d'embauche, primes et augmentation"

Agent de courrier (Former Employee) says

"l'externalisation du service s'est très bien déroulée, échelonnée sur deux mois elle a permis de soulager le service interne à CNP et l'organisation du service externe (city one)."

Suscriptor Sr (Current Employee) says

"buen ambiente de trabajo. Recomendable para trabajar"

Comptable (Former Employee) says

"Le 1er boulot c'est "Yes" !!!!! C'était le bon temps."

Assistante de Direction (Former Employee) says

"Des personnes compétentes et travailleuses. Cons: Peu de procédures et peu de considération pour les assistantes qui sont des pions."

Acheteur IT (Former Employee) says

"service en restructuration depuis 2014."

Gestionnaire de contrats, service successions (Former Employee) says

"N'étant resté qu'assez peu de temps en poste je ne suis pas à même de juger tous les aspects de cette entreprise."

Contrôleur Risques et Conformité (Former Employee) says

"J'ai passé 5 ans au sein de CNP Assurances dans un 1er temps en tant qu'Analyste Risques puis Contrôleur des risques."

Gestionnaire sinistres emprunteur (Former Employee) says

"Malheureusement ils n'anticipent pas et problème de communication Cons: Pas assez de jeunes"

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