This is by far the best job I have ever had in my life. I loved it here. If you work hard you will get far. I have learned so many things here that I find myself many times overqualified to work at a small company. My co-workers feel like family and at many times they were. Management here is awesome as training is 1 on 1 and once you master that process they will teach you more. I enjoyed everything here there is nothing I would take back. Dream job
Health Care & Benefit Specials (Current Employee) – Norwood, MA – September 10, 2016
I worked from 8 am to 5 pm, five days a week. There were multiple computer systems I had to use simultaneously, while assisting employees with there complicated issues within the companies they worked for. We did all the Human Resource work for over 268 fortune 500 companies. Following up on their cases on a timely matter was imperative.
Mercier had a diverse environment, and we all worked as a team. Learning how to be a team player to get the job done made me much closer to my co-workers. .Meeting the deadlines could be tough, but it was a good challenge, but without my co-workers close to impossible.
The hardest part of the job for me was the very sad situations employees may have been in. Though it was hard, the job was very rewarding. I was constantly reminded I was making a difference in their lives, helping them find solutions to their problems.
Working for Mercier was very enjoyable. The company provided a lot of incentives through out the week, i.e; food, contests, volunteer work, and functions. It was sad saying goodbye to a lot of them
Customer Service Representative Claims Specialist (Former Employee) – Urbandale, IA – August 23, 2016
I enjoyed working for TRION the company i answered the phones for however they closed this department so I went to work in the claims area,. I am not one to sit at a desk and process claims I need to be more mobile.
Customer Service Specialist II (Former Employee) – Urbandale, IA – August 17, 2016
I did the most learning at this job. We handled life insurance, retirement benefits, identity theft and new employee benefits. It was face paced and the day flew by. There was a lot of calculations for pricing and helping insured members understand their employee provided benefits.
not enough employees to take all the calls coming in
The company was Barney and Barney at the time, it was concerned with having cutting edge technology.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – August 3, 2016
I would arrive earlier than my shift, and begin sorting mail, and I would sort items that needed to be scanned and assign them to the appropriate person. I also answered inbound calls, and produced large print/bind requests. I learned a lot more about different software and how to utilize them. The most challenging aspect of working for Marsh McLennan was that there was not much value assigned to employees. The most rewarding thing was the commaraderie amongst the employees.
The company spared no expense on materials and software.
There was a glass ceiling, and reckless regard for employee / client retention
Clerk II (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 18, 2016
Busy, productive but very friendly. Marsh and McLennan allows you to strengthen your current skill level and acquire more knowledge but consistently providing you with new challenges.Marsh management is both friendly and helpful and they do recognize good work. Co-workers are very helpful and knowledgeable. The job isn't hard at all. The people are the most enjoyable part of the day.
Client Services Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – July 18, 2016
Marsh & McLennan Companies are all about the bottom line. Revenue is the only thought on a daily basis. Management was not sensitive to the amount of work each person was trying to handle. Extra help from other offices or departments was scarce.
I thoroughly enjoyed my coworkers, as they were the best part of the job.. A typical day at work was very busy handling phone calls and emails. The hardest part of the job was to satisfy my clients and get the best terms for them from the various insurance companies I dealt with.
Too much pressure and very little thanks -many of us worked beyond normal work hours r
Senior Casualty Claims Consultant - Vice President (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 30, 2016
- a typical day at work there was no "typical day". working at Marsh and Sears. With the number of clients I managed and the responsibilities I was charged with, it was not easy to predict what my day would look like. In addition, while assisting clients with their day to day claims management I was at times working on team projects that would require my contribution.
-What I learned: to be able to change directions and mindset on a dime; be open change my focus to take on new challenges; no two clients and their issues are the same
-management: very open door policy; regular feedback on work performed and client feedback; always gave opportunities to work on new opportunities and with new and larger clients once I proved my capabilities
-my co-workers for the most part, we shared ideas, worked well together, discussed problems we were having, etc.
Travel; encouraged and funded continuing education
Onsite support lead (Current Employee) – Urbandale, IA – June 27, 2016
I am working in L&T infotech and here we are providing the services for Marsh & McLennan Companies project. I am working as shared resource across all web application as database coordinator. I have learned so many new things here, first work ethics, then technologies like windows scripting, unix shell scripting, dataload setup etc. My coworkers are very helpful.
Less traffic, I can spend quality time with my family