Competitive salaries and shiny new work spaces make this a nice place to work. Everyone of the managers that I have had, has been very supportive of my personal/professional growth. If you can handle the office life, I recommend this company.
Policy Service Tech (Former Employee) – Fairfield, OH – November 7, 2018
a typical work day was fast paced at times. Was generally left alone to do my job. I had so many different rolls I could not cover them all now. I enjoyed working at CFC they were fair and understanding.
Multi-Line adjusting with very minimal and dated training. Downstream loyalty is non-existent. The work load is heavy at times but balances out if you put in the time. Cincinnati is a great company to work for, short of the lack of loyalty. Training is dated and abysmal, 3 days to learn auto estimating and 4 to learn property, with no example classroom.
flexibility, mainly left to your own dicipline to get the work done.
lack of downstream loyalty. Below average wage for Multi-line.
Loss Control Field Director (Former Employee) – York, PA – August 8, 2018
Overall the company is good to work for and provides assistance in much of its focused requirements. The leadership in my department was good but we still had some issues with other departments. I would recommend this company to others.
Policy Service Technician (Former Employee) – Fairfield, OH – July 30, 2018
I enjoyed working at Cincinnati Financial so much. I like the working hours, the overtime availability, the special, clean, and professional work environment and work ethic of the people working there. The benefits in terms of health, life insurance, stocks and bonds, and bonuses are a great motivation for us to look forward to going to work every day.
Free lunches, yearly cash and stocks bonuses, discounts on amusement park, zoo, botanical garden, yearly company day at Kings Islands, ...
Field Claims Specialist (Current Employee) – Hanover, PA – July 5, 2018
Cincinnati Insurance Company values their employees. The management style is very efficient and supportive to the daily tasks. If you are looking to get into the insurance field, this is the company you want to work for.
Paralegal II (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – June 22, 2018
This was my golden job and I had to quit to withdraw my retirement for personal family reasons. I miss everyone in the staff counsel office in Cleveland and would go back in a heartbeat. Do not leave this company. They are amazing. Genuine people who care about you and understand life happens sometimes.
Sr. Claim Specialist (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – May 3, 2018
I worked in NY as a Field Claims Rep. We were able to work from home, all necessary equipment was provided. The technical support is second to no one. The Field Claims Managers are good people, as are your colleagues. Innovation in work activities is coming, but seems slow. The HQ assistance was great. Training was lacking but colleagues were of great assistance. Work load can often become an issue and reaction to it can come slowly. Overall, this is a good place to work.
You handle home, auto, and bodily injury claims from your home. They used to realize that multi line adjusting was difficult. They had respect for their adjusters, realized adjusters were the face of the company and met with the customer and agent more than anyone else in the company so you received an appropriate workload but in trying to be like everyone else, they are on a steady pace of increasing both workload and criteria on their adjusters. It is not the place it used to be and they are beginning to live a lie. Their LONG time customers think it is the same place so they are willing to pay the higher premium for what they think is premium service like the last time they had claim but come claim time, the claim department/ company is NOT what is used to be and unable to deliver as it did before! Agents, customers, and vendors are waking up to and commenting on this fact. The company used to pride themselves that they were built by word of mouth and reputation and never need to advertise because of their high rate of customer retention which resulted from an excellent claims experience and that others needed to advertise to replace the customers that moved on because they were upset due to their poor claims experience. Guess what Cincinnati started to do last year? ADVERTISE!