Sales Executive (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – March 5, 2017
Work days are typcially very busy. Over the past 6 years, I have learned lots about the company and they are very diverse. Managment varies depending on where you work within the company. The work place is very divese. The hardest part of the job is trying to leave your work at work and not taking it home. The most enjoyable part of the job is the ability to interact with your co-workers and love the flexible work hours.
Licensed Insurance Representative (Current Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – August 13, 2017
Stressful, Cutthroat, lots of favoritism! You can never do good enough and it is really micro managed. Co-workers are great, customers are nasty. You're expected to save customers who don't pay their bills.
Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – August 11, 2017
Travelers' was a substantial place to work. I managed to work there for many years. I assisted claims examiners in everyday daily functions in order to benefit and continue the productivity of the office. Benefiting the customer, the claimant and the vendors.
Unit Manager - Appraisal (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – August 7, 2017
45-60hr work weeks depending on time of year. Very results driven. Good benefits and salary but very little budget for team outings, lunches, etc. Very little development from the top down. Typically a lot of peer help with training/development.
Claim Analyst - Claims (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – August 6, 2017
Travelers is a great place to work with excellent benefits. The claims roles are very fast-paced. Luckily management is willing to help when things get too crazy. There is always something to learn. Moving up can be difficult but hard work pays off.
Travelers has been a good place to work for me. The pay and benefits are great and my experience with management was very good at all levels. They do an excellent job of working with you and the company makes every effort to ensure that you are adequately trained for the role you fill. The claims rolls present a very fast paced working environment and most of the jobs resemble call center jobs in that that will be how most of your work day will be filled; be it making calls on your own claims or working the phone lines taking calls coming through the queue. You have to be self motivated and flexible as the work flow is constantly changing. I would recommend this position to a person who is very organized and is able effectively manage their work load and doesn't mind spending most of their day on the phones. This is not a position for a person who prefers working face to face with customers and would prefer to spend less time working in an office.
Great pay and benefits
Advancement seems restricted to different claims positions
PI Training & Development Director (Current Employee) – Midlothian, VA – August 3, 2017
I love what I do and enjoy the people I work with on a day to day basis. Travelers is a great company to work for from a workplace culture, management teams and the ability to constantly be learning and building skill sets. The job is constantly changing in a positive way that has kept me challenged enough to stay in training for 13 years. Training is my passion and what I enjoy the most about my job. I am looking for a new career challenge.
Management, workplace culture, financially strong and respected company in the industry
Want the company to realize the importance of investing in their training deparment
Property Lines Underwriter (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 27, 2017
Provide front line risk assessment for company by interfacing with agency plant in the underwriting of new and renewal business. Developed marketing and underwriting efforts in collaboration with agents to increase profitability.