Corporate Tax Intern (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – December 4, 2016
A typical day at work was focused yet realistic. I learned a lot in several training meetings. The management could be better trained though. Co-workers were encouraging and helpful. The hardest part of the job was getting used to the large corporate feel. However, the most enjoyable part of the job was getting to meet new faces almost every day!
Premium Auditor (Current Employee) – Brookfield, WI – December 4, 2016
I work in Premium Audit. It is a nice job, very independent. Meet new people. Get to travel. However, this job has no work/life balance. It is very metric based and extremely demanding. Working from home has advantages, however, the work also never leaves. I worked 50+ hours a week and being salary was not really compensated for the time I put in. I had to leave due to extreme stress and having to work so many hours to make production. The management was good, it was the production goals that were unrealistic.
Make own schedule, flexibility, good PTO and benefits
Personal Lines Claims Analyst (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 27, 2016
Everything was ok. Learned a lot but not a career. Employees were helpful when needed help. The management seemed to be fair. It was great knowing I was able to help ppl get back on track with their lives after going catastrophes or accidents.
You are well trained in your job expectations but there are many requirements you are expected to meet. If you preform well, the compensation is generous, but if your performance is average, so is your compensation. Also, there is a clear separation of powers between upper management and employees which make management intimidating and unapproachable.
High Pressure, Low Appreciation, lack of interest in employees.
Member (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – November 15, 2016
The job has good benefits. Company is full of middle management that micro manages and focuses on outcomes that benefit the company rather than individual customers. Steady presence of '2-faced' employees. Toxic corporate culture.
Insurance Service Representative (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – November 14, 2016
The company is up to date and ok with colored hair, tattoos, body modifications, and self expression to generate a very relaxed culture. Unfortunately, even though certain choices are ok with dress code or the ethics guidelines, there are team members, both front line service and sales and higher ups, that will judge you and formulate a very snarky opinion and not be afraid to show it. Favoritism runs rampant in the Traveler's office, and the work is monotonous. The pay, benefits, and close friends that you get from working there can be worth it.. but its ultimately if you can handle getting paid good money to work in a high school environment.