Sales Representative - Personal Lines (Former Employee), Vernon CT – September 18, 2015
Pros: Local Management, Local Office enviorment
Cons: Rate increases to our policy holders after one year
I was impressed with the management team that oversees CT offices and the local managers in the Vernon and Windsor CT offices. Organization as a whole provided an excellent work experience and were/are very open on how they can help their employees.
Licensed Agent (Former Employee), Tumwater, WA – September 17, 2015
Pros: Free weekly dinners, depends on office; excellent training, good commissions
Cons: Base pay drops before you have time to gain a decent book of business, They are now pushing online sign ups which really take sales away from the agents.
The training you will receive is truly one of a kind. And its ongoing till the end of your career there. Whatever you need to know your managers and trainers are always there for you, ready to explain – more... it again and again until you understand. Insurance is one of the most difficult subjects to understand and you will constantly have to learn the new laws and changes weekly. So having a great team behind you is important. Liberty Mutual is the Cadillac of Insurance Companies. – less
Casualty Claims Representative II (Former Employee), Seattle – September 15, 2015
Pros: Good pay, free food
Cons: low morale, management favoritism
I was a senior employee. I was set up to fail and let go. Even if I did great work, I received no positive feedback from management. Reported to 6 different managers in 8 years. Each manager had a different – more... way of doing things. When one manager liked you, another one didn't. Favoritism runs rampant. If your not a favorite, you won't succeed. On a positive note, the company pays very well, so once you are in, it's hard to leave. – less
Case Manager (Current Employee), Charlotte, NC – September 14, 2015
Pros: Job Security
Cons: No Work Life balance
Great place to work if you are looking for job security. Large caseloads and incoming calls. Fast pace environment. All of your co workers will be supportive and help you every step of the way. Co workers – more... are the most enjoyable part of the job. Management focus on numbers only, you will only interact with your manager during monthly one on ones, other that that, you will have to use your peers for help. – less
Senior Administrative Specialist (Former Employee), Boston, MA – September 10, 2015
Pros: competitive salaries and benefits
Cons: large company and things/people get lost in the system, lots of red tape
Liberty is a good company to work for. They make an effort to promote from within and the pay/benefits are competitive. It is a massive company so it seems like all the departments work on their own – more... rather than functioning as a complete unit. I think they realize this and are taking steps to change it. But in the meantime things get lost in the system. There is lots of red tape to go through to get anything done. – less
office assistant (Former Employee), buffalo Ny – September 4, 2015
Cons: poor management, Unhealthy work environment
The benefits Are Great However... You are over worked and under paid the office personnel will treat you with no respect and the gossiping is horrible there is no loyalty that lies in this location and – more... the employees poor management and no one never Knows whats going on if you are looking for somewhere that you will be happy this is not the place for you!!!!! unless you like feeling like your in high school again – less
Intern (Former Employee), Boston, MA – September 2, 2015
Pros: Exposure to serious and confidential work environment
Cons: no cons
This job was the beginning of my professional career. I started this job while in high school under Economics major. This was the beginning of my training in Office organization and computer proficiency skills.
Pros: Fortune 100, Great Benefits, Recognizable Brand
My favorite aspect of working for Liberty Mutual is the massive footprint it carries both nationally and internationally. I think its cool seeing commercials on TV or advertisements at the World Cup of – more... your employer, and being able to explain to people where you work and know that they've heard the name before. It gives you the sense that who you work for is globally recognized, and can help make your work product more important.
With that being said, Liberty Mutual very much feels like big business and seems to be very much driven by the bottom line. Although Liberty Mutual is engaged in several activities that improve the communities they serve, I have been a part of several culture changes that are implemented to make the company more profitable, but can be uncomfortable during the process. Needless to say, this isn't a bad thing, but change is a constant.
Liberty Mutual is also a company with a great amount of roles to further your career. My challenge is I would like to move from my current role in claims handling to another, which can be difficult, but the opportunities are there. – less
Productive and professional place to work with many opportunities for advancement
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee), Hauppauge, New York – August 27, 2015
Professional place to work which offers many opportunities for learning and growth. Excellent team work. I and many others have reaped the many benefits of being recognized and rewarded for a job well done.