Property and Casualty Field Adjuster (Former Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – April 12, 2019
Management was willing to let someone go within 8 days due to performance and taking to long. You can't master all the systems and software within 8 days. 23 different log in's were created and every claim situation is different, no leniency for new hires, you either master it very quickly or your out and they will hire someone else and give them a shot. Was 5 others before me and I bet many more to come.
Good company, casual atmosphere, very aggressive work schedules
Assistant Vice President, Application Development (Former Employee) – Amelia, OH – March 27, 2019
Overall I enjoyed my time at AMOD. You will work very hard and there are opportunities. The company is very interested in recruiting young workers and seems to be encouraging older workers to leave. The location in Amelia is not very exciting for younger workers. The drive, is not terrible but the traffic is increasing. Work-life balance is talked about but does not seem to be a priority. The dress code is casual and there are some nice amenities if you have the time to use them. The expectation is to set aggressive goals/dates and then later to exceed them. This presents opportunities but expect to put in long hours.
Opportunities exist for younger workers. Nice campus, free parking
Benefits cost has risen quickly and coverage decreased.