Dedication to providing proper auto insurance needs
Auto Claims Examiner (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – April 6, 2013
Pros: successful claims resolution
Cons: denying a claim
My workday consisted of handling 1st party auto claims from start to finish. Talking with the Insured both by phone and email. Also to keep in constant contact with the body shop that repaired the Insureds' vehicle. I learned how important it is to have auto insurance. Management were strict but had an open-door policy that allowed free communication. My – more... co-workers were dedicated to claims resolution. The hardest part of the job was to deny a claim. The most enjoyable part of the job was building rapport with the Insured. – less
claims (Former Employee), Virginia – March 10, 2013
Pros: flexible work schedule s
Cons: micromanaged, outdated it, lack of resources to do job efficiently
Micromanaged. Almost impossible to keep up with the work load. No matter how well you do its not enough. Managers in some depots are too friendly with their subordinates .... chatting about other emloyees performance or passing along office gossip. But overall a company that really does do the right thing by its customers, nearly to a fault in my opinion.
Underwriting Associate (Former Employee), West Des Moines, Iowa – January 31, 2013
Cons: can't think of any.
Chubb is a great place to work. They provide great benefits to their employees. Only the best people are hired to work for them. They are top notch in the industry. Although not as well known as most, once you have worked with Chubb, it is not a company you would soon forget.
I left Diebold in hope to advance my knowledge and career status.
Certified Safe and Vault Technician (Former Employee), Taunton, MA – December 27, 2012
Pros: going directly from my home to a job site.
Cons: the lack of communication.
My day would start with a call to dispatch to obtain my schedule for the day. Basically for the remainder of the day, I would go to each site and assess their needs and conduct the appropriate task to correct any issues they had encountered.
A majority of my knowledge was gain through my 17 years with Diebold, which assisted me in completing my daily – more... tasks.
I maintained a great rapport with my immediate supervisor. His professionalism and attentiveness to detail was much appreciated.
I rarely would interact with my co-works since their task was at a different location.
The communication from my co-workers was not tended to in a timely fashion, which caused delays in completing certain task. There was also a lack of parts which were needed to complete certain tasks.
Getting to know the clients and working with vaults and other equiptment that I had not previously experienced. – less
Claims Examiner (Current Employee), Chesapeake, VA – August 16, 2012
A typical day encompasses addressing new losses and conducting investigations to reach resolution. Returning voice mail messages from customers, body shops and agents. Managing a daily dairy for claim follow up. Backing up absent examiners desk. Managing an acd line. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people I work with.
Underwritting Associate (Former Employee), Baltimore, MD – August 11, 2012
Received work electronically from a que. Would process work according to rating in the que. The higher the rating the more pressing it was to do. Each work order was different and you did not know what you would receive. This taught me to be very profficient and careful of what i was doing. Attention to detail was key.Management diverse and help to – more... uphold the culture of Chubb. People at Chubb came from various backgrounds which helped in the day to day process. I liked Chubb and found that everyday coming to Chubb was enjoyable. – less
Underwriter (Former Employee), Simsbury – June 20, 2012
This is more for the office in Simsbury, CT. The workload is extremely large, even for new hires. The management is not effective or helpful. You can easily work 12 hour days 7 days a week and still feel like you are not in a good place. Stay away from CT
Great people to work with, hard company core values, very busy
CSR - Cust. Serv. Rep / Underwriting Assistant (Former Employee), Downtown and Midtown New york, NY – January 19, 2012
Pros: great benefits and comradely amoung the staff.
Cons: work load...can be very over whelming
Got to know a lot of great fellow employees and management. Great benefits, hard work and a lot of it. I left co. for a better financially situated opportunity. In the long run, it did not work out for my benefit.
administraton (Former Employee), gauteng – February 4, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: long hours
driving long distances learnt how to connect an alarm system poor management hardest part is dealing with customers that dont understand what is offered enjoyable part is getting clients to sign up a deal