Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Ohio – September 13, 2017
Overall, Liberty Mutual was a great experience. The hardest part is going out to find your own business and to meet weekly quotas. The pressure can be intense, but a good fit for the right personality.
BUSINESS ANALYST (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 12, 2017
Liberty Mutual provided employees the opportunity to work from home with several options such as one day to three days a week. This benefit was supported throughout the organization. By allowing this benefit, workers whose travel time was 30 plus minutes had a stress free morning (evening) and was very productive during the day.
A typical day consisted of reviewing system enhancements/fixes; communicating resolution; and being a liaison between business and IT.
Working with great folks with the same goals to distribute a great product was the most enjoyable part of the job.
Field Sales Representative/ inside Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ and Dallas, TX – September 9, 2017
I worked for them for 11 years as an employee. It was very hard to advance as a female, they only promoted the "yes" people. I was highly qualified for several positions, but they always gave it to a man or someone with a college degree but no experience. Their call center was run like a sweat shop. The Management was poor for the call center vs. the other sales offices. I also worked for them as an IA for a short time, their claims software was antiquated and still is. They run the claims center like a sweatshop as well and nothing has changed since 2000 with their management.
Good benefits as an employee for healthcare, etc.
Sweatshop mentality from management/ micro-management
Liberty Mutual provides a good salary and good work/life balance, but if your manager is inept or does not like you I think this disrupts your work/life balance. They do not value delivery, but value words. I find this to be demotivating.
No suggestions... not recommended Don't work for this company . The staff works on favoritism and complain behind your back about anything and everything. The manager listen to their petty arguments even though they are ridiculous. The compliments came just from clients who they appreciate a good job done. Even when I picked up my paycheque it got last and the payroll company had to issue another check creating more work for everyone and waiting more than a month to pick it up.
I was the sales rep for Greenville Spartanburg Easley SC. I was selling P&C Insurance,I worked myself up to the second leading Sales Rep in the Southern Div.P&C Insurance is Car Home Fire Personal Insurance
Licensed Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 6, 2017
No flexibility with work/life balance.forget getting sick or having a sick kid you will be penalized or requested to work while sick anyways. they don't care if your dying as long as you are answering their phones.