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.
Staff Field Adjuster (Current Employee) – Texas – October 14, 2015
Typical day is complete activities scheduled on work laptop. Make contact with insured's on new assignments. Perform scheduled inspections, gather facts pertaining to losses; make coverage decisions, either issue loss payment or deny loss; close claim. Hardest part of job is being overwhelmed with loss volume and not receiving assistance. Most enjoyable part of day is interacting with clients.
Bad I/T management who manages by intimidation and does not develop individuals but rather treats them as a commodity to be bullied and treated as a third class citizen-no matter how much experience you have. Stay Away even if you are just beginning your career. The overall direction is to outsource most if not all Full Time technology positions overseas. You have been warned.
Cafeteria and OK benefits
Bad Bad I/T management --treats you like a child and throws tantraums
Adjuster (Former Employee) – Amelia, OH – July 20, 2015
It has a family atmosphere which I love. Spends more time on it's employees and less time worrying about politics. It's a large company with a small company feel. You really get to know the people you work with.
I would go in at 8 am and enter data for agents who were paying their clients insurance premiums on a monthly basis. I would then start to scan and place all Commercial lines documents in the computer and categorize each into their own policy number. I also worked on a hurricane spreadsheet, where I updated out of date policy information on the spreadsheet to show current risk values for states along the coast in hurricane danger. I learned how to manage doing multiple tasks and how to use imageright and Citrix or quicksolver softwares. Co - workers were nice. The hardest part of the job was meeting deadlines and keeping performance up from last month or last year stats. The most enjoyable part of the job was when I would help others with their work and make their jobs a little easier for them.
Great place to work! I have worked there off and on since 1995. They are an A+ rated property and casualty insurance carrier that value their employees and their customers. There is an on sight fitness center and many other conveniences to help balance work/home life.
Field Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 27, 2015
I love my job. Can I complain about some things? Yes.. Mostly only because there's not a lot of advancement opportunities because so many people have been with the company for 20+ years. My co workers are awesome, my supervisor cares about my home life and my job life. I have expenses paid when I travel. There's lot's of opportunities to make more money if i'm willing to travel for Catastrophe duty or do extra. If you want a job where you will love what you do, but sweat your butt off in the summer climbing on roofs. This is a great company to work for.
American Modern Insurance group was a wonderful place to work. The people there are such a joy to work with and I loved that there was such a teamwork atmosphere. The facilities were so beautiful and state of the art. The cafeteria and fitness center was such an added bonus.
Enojoyable position that allowed me to utilize my communication and leadership skills.
Specialist II/Underwriting Support (Former Employee) – Amelia, OH – January 4, 2015
A typical day of work consisted of me being a go to person for the customer care department as a whole. I performed my immediate duties being support staff between the underwriting department and external agents but I also trained new associates in the basics as it pertained to their job duties as customer service representatives.
What I loved most about my recent position with the company was being able to help out when needed. I also enjoyed being the one that everyone considered the go to person. If there was a question about products or services, I was the one they connected with.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – December 3, 2014
- In my role, there is no such thing as a typical day. - Co-workers are one of the main reasons people stay. - I've learned a lot about insurance through my current/previous positions, along with classes.