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Very minimum communication, but overall satisfactory
Billing Analyst (Current Employee), Lewisville, TXMarch 13, 2014
Pros: benefits are amazing
Cons: training and communication are not impressive, long hours of ot at end of month, little help on weekend billing
Training and communication were not impressive, long hours of OT at end of month, little help on weekend billing
However, very friendly coworkers and HR staff.
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Cunningham Lindsey bought GAB Robins 2 years ago since that time all GAB Employees have been forced out My Salary has been cut by 30%
Regional General Adjuster (Current Employee), Tampa, FLFebruary 26, 2014
Cons: lack of work that is within my exoperiance pay cut of 30%
I work claim files that are below my experiance and have very little value. I am a large loss property adjuster being given slip and fall accidents. I work from home and receive very little communicatioon from my manager. GAB Robins was agreat company to work for Cunningham not so much
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No job security, micro-management
Outside Property Adjuster (Current Employee), United StatesFebruary 15, 2014
Pros: company car
Cons: everything except the company car
Don't work here if your looking for long term job security. Whenever it gets busy they hire staff but at the 1st sign of a slow down, no matter how temporary it is, they will lay people off. They claim to value family and provide you with a good balance between work/life but they only want employees who are willing to work 7 days a week and into the – more... evening. They expect to you to make a cetain amount of revenue each money other wise you are penalized with your "bonus" money for the next month. Don't expect to take a vacation cause they still expect you to reach your revenue goal for that month. They lie to your face about money potential. If you interview for the position they give you examples of potential income based on monthly revenues that you will quickly find out is amost impossible to attain. All in all a horrible experience and one of the worse companies I've ever worked for. To much micro-managing as well. In addition, there health insurance plan is one of the worse I have ever had. – less
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Fun Place to work
Control Clerk Support (Former Employee), Lewisville, TXFebruary 6, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: short breaks
As a temp assignment, enjoyable and great staff. I was able to help and assist insurancers who were a product of the devasting Hurricane Ike,.
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Cunningham Lindsey is a good company to work for
Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee), Lewisville, TXNovember 25, 2013
Pros: schedule flexibility, small company.
Cons: small company, must be licensed adjuster in order to advance.
Cunningham Lindsey is a nice company to work for. Management makes an effort to assure work/home-life balance.
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Very good place to work. Managentment was very easy to work with.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Columbia, SCNovember 5, 2013
Pros: nice work place
Cons: sometimes extremely long hours
Work was extremely busy but fun. I learned organizational and leadership skills. Management pushed me to take on tasks that allowed me to grow for the better. I got along well with my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was coping with different personalities all at once but I learned fast. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the customers – more... and adjusters. – less
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No job security
Sr. IT Developer (Former Employee), Lewisville, TXAugust 5, 2013
Pros: no micro management
Cons: everthing else - totally clueless
Management is clueless about the year's budget and so no job security.
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what a horrible place to have worked.
Senior Multi-Line Adjuster (Former Employee), Memphis, TNJune 5, 2013
Pros: company car
80 hour weeks. Worked in the Memphis, TN area bu traveled up to 300 miles in the tri-state area. Expectations are very high and many work through vacations or don't take them.
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Did not work there long till they moved to Dallas and laid me off
Receptionist (Former Employee), Tyler, TXDecember 23, 2012
Pros: the hours were 8am to 5pm, scheduled lunches and breaks with no interuptions, they celebrated holidays together and family was welcome.
Cons: they shut down
I was there receptionist and loved it. I transferred calls, filed paperwork and enter data, etc.
My co-workers were very pleasant and hard working as well.
The hardest part of this job was not being able to stay. I wanted to get more education and grow with the company.
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Co-workers not receptive to managerial input. LAck of leadership
Heavy Equipment Services Business Manager (Former Employee), Tampa FlDecember 21, 2012
Pros: excellant compensation package
Cons: needs more employee training and leadership in branch offices
Needs more training for employees authorizationl figures in management for final instructions. Needs far less VP's and more managers to offer assistance in local offices.
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Job was very educational and good pay
Contracted Insurance Adjuster (Former Employee), Tampa, FLSeptember 3, 2012
Pros: very educational
Cons: a lot of hours. daylight till late night.
Inspected property to estimate damages costs to repair or replace. Viewed every room, floor, and climbed every roof to measure and photograph.
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International independent adjustment company
Multi-line Adjuster (Former Employee), Little Rock, ARAugust 27, 2012
I got my start in the insurance industry at this company. They provided me with excellent training and guidance in property and casualty adjusting.
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Great amount of independence!
Senior Multi-Line Insurance Adjuster, AIC (Former Employee), Waltham, MAAugust 19, 2012
Pros: company car, gas card
Cons: a lot of traveling
Climbing roofs was the hardest part. Otherwise, awesome job, as long as you are a hard worker!
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Great education on building damages
Contracted Insurance Adjuster (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJuly 29, 2012
Pros: good money if you work hard and long hours
Cons: work was intermittant depending on storms
At a building damaged veiwed every room estimated damages, climbed every roof, photographed and measured the roof for Insurance rercords
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Biggest learning experience of my life
Contracted Insurance Adjuster (Former Employee), Tampa, FLJuly 29, 2012
Pros: great in the trenches learning experience
Cons: company sold
First employee of Qwest and became a road warrior to locate and negotiating 160 property leases and purchases in 12 states from the Mexican border to New York City. These 160 properties required me to work with farmers, rural/suburb land owners, major city building owners, file building permits, work out zoning issues, work with numerous lawyers and – more... manage the construction of the sites, buildings, and tower structures. After the system was built, I became Vice President and General Manager whose direct reports included the Chief Financial Officer, Director of Operations, Director of Engineering, Manager of Sales and Marketing. This arrangement allowed the company to continue to be profitable as the product prices dropped 91%. During this price reduction, the Company had to layoff less than 10% of its employees.. – less
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Infrastructure Architect (Former Employee), Lewisville, TXJuly 16, 2012
Pros: complex network and technology
Cons: corporate environment and management
The network here is very complex. I have had the chance to design and mold it from a Windows NT 3.51/Novell 3.12 hybrid all the way to the cutting edge in 2012. I was also given the opportunity to design migration strategies for the acquisition of some very large companies. The staff is good to work with and everyone has been very dedicated. There isn't – more... a clear sense of what is going on recently and the company is in flux. The corporate culture has changed drastically. It is difficult to design a global network like this without a business perspective. I have worked for this company for 10 years and it has been a very informative and amicable experience. – less
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Ok Place to work.
Central Billing Specialist (Current Employee), Dallas, TXMay 9, 2012
I started with this company and enjoyed it. However after taking on the same position in a different location everything changed. All went downhill. Employee morale is at an all time low
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Great atmosphere
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Atlanta, GaApril 16, 2012
Pros: close to home
Cons: no healthcare benefits
Input insurance information, contacted insurance companies to verify coverage.
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Fun, Productive, Problem Solving
Claims Technician (Former Employee), CardiffApril 17, 2014
Pros: fast paced, diverse, lots to learn
A typical day is made up of phone calls from policyholders looking to intimate new insurance claims, discuss existing claims, or just for general advice. I started working as a claims technician five years ago, with no background in the insurance industry. I have learned a lot about various types of insurance, policy wordings, and applied my previous – more... customer service background to helping people as much as possible. Both management and my co-workers are driven to providing an excellent service, even when the answers we give to policyholders are not always what they would like to hear. That's the hardest part of the job. The rewarding part of the job is helping people in their hour of need, knowing that the service you've provided will put them back into a good position. – less
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BUSY PRODUCTIVE ROLE
Receptionist (Former Employee), Parts of Lindsey, ENGApril 3, 2014
Pros: pretty laid back, happy team
Cons: management was unfair and had their favourites
answer/transfer calls, sort incoming/outgoing post. meeting room bookings plus catering. general AD HOC when required which was usually daily.
Best part of my job was meeting and greeting clients and the many friendships i made.

About Cunningham Lindsey

Private equity firm Stone Point Capital manages the Trident Funds, which¬†are invested in a variety of insurance and financial – Read more