Different actuaries have different strengths. Wakely promotes those strengths, allowing employees to chart their own paths. For some, this means consulting with clients, and for others, it means developing innovative products. We provide coaching support and align our compensation structure with those strengths.
Our culture centers on allowing employees to learn a variety of skills, collaborating with different people throughout the company, encouraging growth and promotion of less experienced colleagues, and yes, having fun.
The flat structure and transparency with employees allow people with a variety of talents to thrive at Wakely. We promote teamwork across offices by bringing the best team forward to each client engagement.
At Wakely there aren't a million hoops to jump through when you have a good idea. We promote innovation through our culture of teamwork, limited red tape, and compensation structure.
Our consultants strive to always do the right thing when partnering with clients to solve complex problems. We go beyond the numbers to provide strategic support through internal and external collaboration and innovation.
Currently, our offices are in Atlanta, Denver, Minneapolis, New York, Phoenix, and Tampa. We are always looking for talented individuals to lead new offices throughout the country.
Wakely’s focus is going beyond the numbers, creating a diverse, authentic, and empowering workforce that is optimized through the strengths in our differences. Wakely maximizes the potential of individuals within our organization because we believe that through our diversity we strengthen our offerings to the clients and communities we serve. Diverse voices and unique perspectives set the foundation for our success. Moving forward we will continue to improve by leveraging our differences, transforming a strong organization into something superb.
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Wakely is an equal opportunity employer and does not unlawfully discriminate against employees or applicants for employment based on their age, race, color, gender, national origin, religion, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation and any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.