Depending on your role in the corporation a typical day at work would entail a plethora of phone calls, claim management, and composing letters.
What I learned is that, there is little to no room for growth within the company.
Management is sub-par. Some management will offer autonomy, which is a plus. But for the most part, you are never truly able to be developed for a higher role and are just obligated to complete your assignments.
Workplace culture dwindled throughout the years since I worked there. The company offered some special social events which is great, but became more sparse. The building they lease from, seems to offer more social events/benefits, compared to the company. You'll find some peers you'd enjoy, but other than that, nothing stands out of being special.
The hardest part of the job is the amount of workload/pace they push and yet to establish any way to mend the situation; as training for the role is inconsistent and generates a senseless amount of employee turnover rate. But if you're able to last a couple of years here you can probably handle working anywhere else.
If you get the luck of the draw in being recruited to a great team, it makes the job seem less stressful. It doesn't hurt that the office (if you're in the LA area) is in a great location in Glendale, CA. The city is growing into a higher end area, so there more things to do/see.
High stress environment