- Cno Financial Group, Inc.31.Jan 2018
Suggestions for improvement
- Better stock options for long term employees.
CNO is the 4-billion-dollar insurance company better known by its subsidiaries – Bankers Life and Casualty, Washington National, Colonial Penn, and 40|86 Advisors. Together, we serve the basic insurance needs of the fast-growing, but under-served middle market and provide our customers with financial security for their life, health, and retirement needs.
We were incorporated in 1979 and began operations in 1982. In 1985, we became Conseco, Inc., a publicly-traded company, and in 2010, we changed our name to CNO Financial Group, Inc.
How our insurance companies distribute their products:
Serving the retirement market through a broad portfolio of affordable, quality health and life insurance products and annuities
Recognizing commitment and demonstrated exemplary effort of our core values is critical to our culture. Therefore it makes perfect sense that CNO recognizes commitment of service and going the extra mile.
When you feel recognized, you embrace the goals and vision of the
company, feel your contributions make a difference, and become inspired to do great work.
CNO associates have the opportunity to tailor their benefits package to meet their individual needs. We offer:
For Your Health! Wellness program – CNO promotes healthy lifestyles through:
We commit to these ideals to build enduring value for our shareholders, associates, business partners and customers:
Integrity We have the highest standards for ethics, fairness and personal responsibility. We're honest and straightforward. We operate within the letter and spirit of the law. We show unwavering consistency between words and actions. We comply with all laws, regulations and company policies.
Customer focus We care deeply about our customers' financial well-being. We work together to meet their needs and deliver on our promises.
Excellence We act with a strong sense of urgency, recognizing that speed matters. We honor our commitments and we take personal responsibility for our actions. To meet the needs of our customers, we strive for excellence in our products, services and business processes. We are passionate about winning in the marketplace, and embrace any change needed to do so.
Teamwork We win as a team, putting the enterprise ahead of any business unit, function, department or individual interests. We value diverse teams that take ownership of work efforts, and create an atmosphere of commitment, participation and collaboration. We trust that our team members act in the best interest of CNO, and we have confidence in their capabilities and intentions. Our associates grow personally and professionally through their experiences at CNO.
Making a difference in our communities:
CNO Financial supports our communities, our associates and our customers through nonprofit organizations that address the health and financial wellness of middle-income Americans.
In 2016, CNO Financial helped deliver more than $2.7 million in total community impact to the neighborhoods where we live and work.
CNO Financial, our associates and our insurance producers donated more than $2.4 million to our partner organizations in 2016, and raised an additional $336,000 in community fundraising.
Our associates volunteered more than 14,000 hours to community service in 2016, including donating their time to our CNO Afternoon of Service projects to benefit the United Way in Carmel (Ind.), Chicago and Philadelphia, where we have corporate locations.
Standing Up for Health and Financial Wellness
At CNO, success is earned.
We're looking for ambitious people who want to do more. And, we'll provide you with opportunities to grow your skills through challenging professional experiences. The pace is fast, you'll work hard, and you'll see results.
If you're looking for a culture that encourages development, helps you reach your potential, and rewards you for your contribution, then CNO Financial Group is right for you.
The pay is pretty good and the opportunities to move up can be great. The teammates I have are great.
The contact center has expectations that are very difficult to meet. It is an extremely stressful job without the intense stats you are expected to meet. It is constantly understaffed and yet those that do stick it out are always made to feel like they are not doing good enough. Management needs to lower the expectations if they want to keep good people.