Assistant Vice President & Senior Claim Analyst (Former Employee) – Township of Warren, NJ – August 22, 2016
I am grateful to Chubb for the incredible opportunities they afforded me during my tenure. It is a highly professional and high stressed environment. However, to whom much is given much is expected and that certainly is the case at Chubb. Again, I am grateful for the time I spent there.
A great place to work that encompasses continuous learning.
Financial Analyst, Producer Billed (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – May 28, 2016
My typical day consists of investigating open receivable balances of various insurance polices.
I've learned both the operational and accounting processes of premium collection within the Producer Billed department, and the Receivables and Collections Management department.
Management, as well as my co-workers have been both understanding and helpful during my time as an employee.
The hardest part of my job is the handling of multiple priorities within strict time constraints. The most enjoyable part of my job is the satisfaction gained from learning more about a new line of business each day.
An interesting time of transition with the merger of Chubb and ACE
Human Resources Coordinator (Current Employee) – United States – August 28, 2016
Chubb had a progressive culture that supported high morale with low turnover. The challenge will be integrating ACE in such a way as to continue this trend. Hopefully the transitioned company will emerge on the other side stronger and not weaker.
Sr. WC adjuster (Former Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – August 14, 2016
I worked at this company for almost 2 years. I came in with experience in the Workers compensation industry, so I was very familiar with jurisdictional and typical claims practices. I was hired to cover NC, VA and SC. Once I got there, I was given a totally different jurisdiction. This is not an issue, as I am up for learning new states, but I was given takeover claims from another TPA in the amount of 200 files! With no formal training of the systems and with no time to get familiar with the new jurisdiction! It all went downhill from there. Management is very unprofessional. You have to be in the 'cool kid's' circle to get anywhere. I ultimately was given option to leave with severance and I took it. This the most unprofessional place (and ethically questionable) I have ever encountered. Stay away if you value your career in WC.
Unprofessional atmosphere, cliques, horrible training practices
Multi billion dollar world wide company with great financial strength. The company has had large acquisitions in recent years and will take over the insurance market in the coming years. Great people to work with and a great number of long term employees.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Whitehouse Station, NJ – April 20, 2016
Fast pace environment with incoming calls up to 170 calls a day. With call being handled in its own unique way. Management provides the tool to performs the job to the best of our ability. Working with my peers to provide each call with WOW Customer Service after each call. The enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I have provided excellent customer service.
REGIONAL WEB APPLICATIONS MANAGER LATAM (Current Employee) – Miami-Dade County, FL – August 17, 2016
getting work at chubb is have a nice day with the environment that provides us with.
Due to the multiple applications that are are implementing is requires of much knowledge with the latest technologies.
Working for Chubb allows us to keep us updated in the area of information technology and systems management area.
I have a group of collaborators who oversaw in which we have created a good working environment by sharing knowledge and functions of our tasks of every day to provide the best service that the business requires.
When one enjoys what ago and likes the more difficult it becomes in the more easy to respond to any problems that may occur. Every day that I wake up is to submit many viscicitudes work but when one arrives with a mood of work everything will be only a setback.
Everything I do in my job I enjoy it because what I learned by vocation not by obligation and I like what I do.
I worked for Chubb for 6 years, and it was a great experience, as I've worked with many different people there doing a lot of different functions. The experience and learning opportunity was well appreciated, as I love learning and doing different things.
Commercial Lines Compliance Analyst (Former Employee) – Township of Warren, NJ 07059 – April 16, 2016
Commercial Lines Associate Underwriter for large national Special Risks Department. Promoted to Commercial Lines Compliance Analyst for Commercial Auto, Commercial Trucker, and Workers Compensation products.
agent (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – June 10, 2016
Learned a lot about a variety of people. I acquired a lot of business education and worked with a great bunch of people. I started int mail room and worked my way up to an agent booking about 3 million dollars.
Underwriting Service Associate II (Current Employee) – Whitehouse Station, NJ – January 28, 2016
I work from 7:00am - 3:30pm with a 30 minute lunch. I work 8 hours a day. I come in and immediately log on and start my work for the day. There is time to go to the cafeteria to get coffee and breakfast. We can eat at our desk or eat in the caf. But for the most part I stay at my desk and work until it is time to go home. In between working there may be meetings to attend or classes to take.