MetLife News

MetLife Is Sued Over Alleged Gender Pay Gap, Sexist Comments

A former MetLife Inc. executive claims she suffered years of gender-based pay discrimination and harassment from members of the insurer’s top leadership team and that she was fired after complaining about a lack of diversity. Mona Moazzaz, a former chief …

MetLife Introduces Bundled Auto and Home Insurance Policies

MetLife Auto & Home announced the availability of Combo and GrandProtect, two bundled policies that combine auto and home coverages into one package, in its mass marketed insurance program. MetLife Auto & Home research finds that the majority of its …

MetLife Unveils Electric Car Charging Program for Employees at 14 Campuses

MetLife, Inc., an official partner of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Workplace Charging Challenge, has installed innovative electric car charging stations at company offices for employees to power up their plug-in electric vehicles (PEV) during the workday. According to the …

MetLife to Move 2,600 Jobs to North Carolina From Northeast and California

Insurance giant MetLife Inc. said Thursday it will move 2,600 jobs from offices in four Northeast states and California to lower-cost locations in two North Carolina cities, while also getting tax breaks and other incentives that could reach $100 million. …

Gender Shift in Company Claim Departments

There was a time not long ago when most everyone working in claims were men, but current statistics and leadership programs are proving that’s no longer true, at least in the case of large insurers that include female leadership programs …

N.J. Siblings Indicted for Auto Insurance Claims Fraud

Authorities in New Jersey announced last week that a Union City woman and her Jersey City brother were indicted for their alleged roles in a scheme to submit false auto insurance claims. According to Acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Ronald Chillemi, …

Another Insurer, MetLife, Reports Rising Asbestos Claims

Asbestos-related claims against MetLife Inc. rose 11 percent in the first half of the year, the company said Friday, mirroring recent comments by other large insurers who have experienced more claims than they expected. MetLife, the largest U.S. life insurer, …