Claims Assistant (Former Employee) - Chesapeake, VA - October 6, 2019
The company was bought out and the culture has changed drastically. The company used to care about its employees but now with the new company they don’t, so I would not recommend working for them unless you want stress in your life.
No longer a top company to work for. Too much separation between Underwriting, Operations and Sales & Marketing
Associate Underwriter (Former Employee) - Indiana - August 24, 2019
Started with the company when it was ACE, and it was a wonderful company to work for. Since the "acquisition" of Chubb, Chubb management has taken over and ruined the culture. Pre-Chubb, Operations and Underwriting collaborated very well together. Post-acquisition there is such a hard line in the cement between Operations and Underwriting that there is no collaboration anymore.
Administrative Assistant (Temp) (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA - July 22, 2019
The work environment is productive and filled with highly- professional and acknowlegable team members. It is a pleasure to work with staff that has a history with organization that goes as far as 40 years.
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Senior Recruiter (Former Employee) - New York, NY - July 9, 2019
Streamline interview process, I had a phone screen followed by an in-person interview with the hiring manager and a VP covering my experience. Last interview was a phone call with the teams SVP; his energetic and laid back style focused on opportunities to use my skills and expertise to add value to the team. Ultimately to ensure fit, I could have asked more questions on company culture and work life balance.
VP (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA - April 2, 2019
Chubb is a great place to work. The work can be hard and the hours can be long, but the people and culture keep you coming back. If you have the right team (and manager), you will have opportunities to succeed.
People, Culture, Flexible working locations
Hours can be long, deliverable timelines can be tight
Claim Specialist (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 2019
Overall it is a good place to work. It can be hard to fit into their culture as some of the employees have been there for 10-15 years. They are getting some new faces which will cause the culture to change. It a very nice office. Everyone is pretty friendly overall. The work can be very busy sometimes but that is claims. Nothing outrageous or unexpected as far as the claims handling goes.
Claims Assistant (Current Employee) - Chesapeake, VA - February 28, 2019
i love the chubb culture and the knowledge you gain ...the people are great and the teamwork is wonderful we are a family if you work here you will not only learn daily but you will love coming to work
2014-2018 Assume responsibility for IT maintenance of mainframe Global Financial Accounting System
Maintenance Support of non-mainframe SQR programs and batch support
Manage priorities for Application Support.
Involved in requirements and selection process for new vendor for IESP.
Research/analyze and develop solutions for mainframe system in support of PeopleSoft 9.2 upgrade.
Developed extensive documentation and workflows for essential activities and SDLC related processes.
1990-2013 Supported mainframe IMS home grown Accounts Receivable System
Subject Matter Expert for most areas of the Accounts Receivable System developed in 1984 that is still in use today.
Primary IT contact for business area staff to analyze enhancements, internal reporting requests as well as required reporting to accounting to fulfill government reporting requirements
Proficient in mainframe utilities and coding languages such as TSO, DATAVANTAGE, FILEAID, PDF, DFSORT, COBOL, IMS, IBI FOCUS and some DB2.
1986-1990 Supported Chubb mainframe Bureau Reporting systems responsible for reporting premiums and losses to ISO (Insurance Service Organization)
Worked with actuarial department to provide corporate premium and loss data.
Working for Chubb was very, very good up until 2016 when we merged with another company. Many of their managers were kept and many of the managers that made Chubb and its employees so great were not able to stay. The culture now is largely one based on if you were from one company or the other. There is an increase in micro-managing that is not productive, all while asking numerous new things during a short period of time. The services we could count on seem to be starting to erode.