Project Manager - Professional Curriculum (Former Employee), Erie, PA – April 15, 2014
Pros: lovely work space
ERIE Insurance is a well-established insurance company that has a high profile in its home city. It's enjoyable to work there. The corporate culture stresses service excellence and strives to reward it. The drawback to working there are the IT problems, which are many. It can be frustrating to work there sometimes, because their IT network is old, weak – more... and built like patchwork. – less
Claims Support Specialist III (Former Employee), Mechanicsburg, PA – December 19, 2013
Typical day at work was assisting customers internally and externally. Learned various accepts of the Insurance Industry. Employees are pleasant to work with. The hardest part of the job was telling customers they didn't have coverage for their claims. The most enjoyable part of the job was assisting customers with their concerns and helping to obtain – more... a solution if possible. – less
Business Objects Developer (Current Employee), Erie, PA – October 28, 2013
Erie is deeply rooted in a family culture. A typical day of work is challenging and rewarding. I learned that by pushing the envelope and never being satisfied it allowed me to grow and pursue all the opportunities I have attained there. I thoroughly enjoy working with all my team members. I love to learn and my team members have always had a wealth – more... of information to attain, and are always willing to teach. I found that no matter how good one team member is the team is what allows us to achieve goals and make the end product. The hardest part of the job is understanding what the business wants and being able to clearly articulate back to them what they will get. Communication and understanding are the key elements for a smooth project. The best part of my job is working well with my coworkers to produce a high quality IT product that we can all be proud of. – less
A typical day at Erie Insurance involves multi-tasking – leadership, consulting, decision making, time management, interactions, problem solving/resolving issues promoting s compliance and enforcement of company policies and procedures, training among other job responsibilities.
What I learned – management, analytical, financial skills and interpersonal – more... skills. Leadership, patience, listening skills, relationships with co-workers/customers.
Management - various leadership styles, continuously moving forward to keep competitive in the industry.
Your co-workers - good team players, good interpersonal skills, open for growth.
The hardest part of the job – limitation - due to the fact that it is a certain level, my skills cannot be fully utilized.
The most enjoyable part of the job – challenges and accomplishments. – less