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Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Glen Burnie, MDJuly 17, 2014
Pros: co-workers
My daily activities included assisting agents with day to day activities. Calling policy holders on late payments. Assist policy holders in filing a claim. Create spreadsheets for different reports. Come up with creative ways to get our policy holders to add to their policy's. It was a close office, the environment was awesome, we worked hard but also – more... had a lot of fun. There was lots of room for advancement, however I took the job at Plato's Closet which is why I left this job. – less
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This was an enjoyable job.
Secretary (Former Employee), Ashland, KYSeptember 25, 2013
Pros: i enjoyed all of my job.
Cons: sometimes i would not get breaks when working on my own in the office.
Working in this insurance agency consisted of doing the usual secretarial skills of typing, filing, answering phones, correspondence, and shorthand along with working with customers as they came into the office, collecting insurance premiums, filing claims, writing applications, and quoting rates. I enjoyed all of these parts of my job, and at least – more... once or twice a year I was left to run the office on my own for one or two weeks at a time. – less
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This was my first secretarial position but my education provided me well for the job.
Secretary (Former Employee), Ashland, KYApril 10, 2013
Pros: i enjoyed working independently when the agent was gone, and doing a dependable job, so he was not afraid to leave me alone, and take days off or go on vacation.
Cons: on busy days when i worked alone i sometimes didn't get breaks.
A typical day was learning the new insurance terminology, and studying to be licensed in Auto and Fire Insurance. I also typed, took dictation, filed, quoted rates, collected premiums, helped customers by phone and as they came in the office. I was the only worker besides the agent. The hardest part of the job was when several customers would come in – more... at the same time and the phone would be ringing too. The most enjoyable part was being able to take care of those customers in a calm and timely fashion. – less
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Great Place to Work
Senior Claims Associate (Former Employee), Columbia, MDSeptember 10, 2012
Determined insurance eligibility under Maryland and District of Columbia laws by reviewing policies, claims, and other records.
Resolved claims investigations by managing investigative files.
Resolved property damage claims by managing the appraisal process and working with appraisers to determine and communicate damages and establishing repair/damage – more... estimates.
Managed claims authorization and payments to ensure compliance with company guidelines. – less
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My least productive experience
College Intern (Former Employee), Huntington, WVAugust 27, 2012
Pros: easily reachable by bus;
Cons: no work that allowed me to gain skills; only work repetitive and unchallenging
My work was consistent and repetitive there

Only 3-5 people worked there on a given day

Most enjoyable part of job was when I worked on petty cash ledger

Felt unchallenged due to menial work there.