WC Technical Asst/Case Manager (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – February 9, 2016
A typical work day can be very busy, hectic, fun and learning..Having empathy toward injured clients shows how must we care and the compassion we have for the work and responsibility we are assigned. Co-workers were amazing and very help as well as management. The hardest part of the job was the heavy case volume. The most enjoyable part is being able to provide the necessary care to the client that will allow them to return to work force.
Group Markets Long Term Disability Case Manager I (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – February 8, 2016
As a disability case manager for long term it's a pretty stress free environment with minimal phone calls and tasks. However, the tasks you have can be quite involved and lots of moving parts to follow up on. The coworkers are what make the work day fun, whether working from home or in the office, the IM keeps as connected and me smiling periodically throughout the day. The management can be very picky at times. And it can feel like there is some favoritism shown, but for the most part super fun.
Medical Service Representative-Am Medical (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – January 28, 2016
This company recently laid off employees to move department to East coast. They reopened the department but didn't call back any employees that were laid off. The management is very poor. The pay & benefits are extremely poor. I would not work for this company again.
Penny pinchers, overworked & underpaid, no growth!
Legal Assistant/Secretary (Current Employee) – California – January 26, 2016
Liberty has gone DOWN hill. They are penny pinchers. The amount of work given to 1 it should be for 2-3 people. You are OVER worked & underpaid. There is NO room for growth as soon as someone from a senior level leaves, IF and I say IF they replace the position it's for a lower level so you will never get to grow and move up. When it comes to time off, yes it's pretty decent, BUT good luck trying to use it, because since it's so short staffed you'll have 10xs more work sitting on your desk when you are back from your time off.
No growth, low pay, too much work is given to 1 person, favoritism, poor management
Field Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – January 15, 2016
great company to work for. tons of opportunity to advance and has a very good culture of doing the right thing. As with any Fortune 100 company, there are issues with clear communication from Management on down but overall fantastic company and one you can retire with.
pay, benefits, career advancement, culture, travel opportunities, winning culture, genuine care and compassion for employees at all levels
Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – South Holland, IL – January 13, 2016
working for Liberty Mutual helped me learn more about my job an my position . going to work everyday wasn't that bad at all , everything became a routine so the job became more easier. The management was really good, things got done in the upper level when it needed to be done. The co-workers where ok , some was off a little an some people would have problems helping other co-workers. To me there was never a "HARD" part about the job everything was pretty simple, but the most enjoyable part about the job was that everyone got alone with each other .
Insurance Producer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 7, 2016
An excellent place to work filled with top tier people. The only unfortunate thing I encountered was a lack of residuals in insurance sales and a lack of customer ownership from sales agents ( no incentive beyond selling initial policy).
Claims Processor (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – January 6, 2016
Great company to work for although most employees will be laid off by august 2016 in colorado. Good benefits and pay. Other then that downside its an overall great company if you can take the stress of high volume calls
Senior Sales Representative, DRC (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 6, 2016
there is no communication and no trust between employees and sales management. Bad work enviorment, There is no accountabity with management and no career advancement. I love my job helping people with their insurance needs, My typical day is I get into work check emails and respond to them and proceed to take calls from customers. Best part is helping people become educated about insurance.