Claims Adjuster (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 1, 2018
Don't even waste your time applying to this company. They make you jump through all these hoops and end up not hiring you anyway for unknown reasons. They require you to have your current manager and past managers and coworkers rate you in a survey before they will even do an in person interview with you. After you do all that they interview you and it goes well but they reject you anyway. This after letting your current manager know you want to leave your current job.
Their assessments are unfair. They are actually intelligence tests for gifted people. Not like normal assessments. There is nothing job related about them. After you pass the first intelligence you take at home they make you do another impossible to pass one right before your in person interview.
Once you do all this for them and waste several days of your time, they reject you because your are too old for them. Everything was fine till they got a look at me and found out I wasn't a millennial. Experience doing the same type of job, already having state licenses required for the job, having a bachelor's degree, and having glowing surveys from managers and coworkers was not enough since they don't want old people like me apparently.
Professional environment and Productive place to work.
Payroll Manager (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – January 24, 2018
Work days were very busy from processing to reconciliations. Assisting staff with processing issues consumed most of my business day time, therefore, I worked extended hours.
Management was very supportive and allowed me to manage the department as needed.
Prior to my terminating from the organization, the organization was restructuring (centralizing) and my department was targeted to relocate out of state. Ultimately, I decided to leave the organization and remained in California at that time.
The most enjoyable part of my job was reconciliations. Implementing a new system to gain better automated processes and controls.
The opportunity to be apart of the automated changes for the organization, Hr, Benefits and Payroll department.
consultant (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA and Colorado Springs, CO – September 24, 2017
Old company culture with lots of backstabbing and and unwillingness to accept new ideas or future thinking. Loved the company at first, but co-workers made it extremely difficult to become part of their 'team'
A compmany that knows what living by values means.
HST Project Manager (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – July 19, 2017
This position no longer exists at California Casualty, so typical work day is N/A.
The company is the best company I have ever worked for. As with any company there is drama and the drama can increase with closeness and caring that California Casualty culture provides.
Leadership knew how to live by values set by the company and knew how to train others what that meant! I have yet to work for a company that could even come close to doing that the way they did. I hope they are the same. today.
Vice President, Management Company (Former Employee) – San Mateo, CA – January 24, 2015
California Casualty is a reciprocal insurance carrier with a variety of opportunities. I found them to be highly ethical and moral. Decisions were made for the right reasons and implemented appropriately. I highly recommend California Casualty as great place to work for both the entry level employee as well as the seasoned insurance professional.
Senior Claims Adjuster (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – January 30, 2014
See resume for tasks which were done on a daily basis. I learned to be a team player, and the ability to work on my own independently getting claims settled in a timely manner and within the correct monetary amounts. I worked well with policyholders, claimants, attorneys to reach the correct settlement-nationwide. I enjoyed working with people, I received many compliments regarding my customer service skills and the fact that I was always willing to help other team members when needed.