It was a nice place to work but there were not full time positions open at the time. The computer system was relatively easy to learn and the system is used at 3 other insurance companies that I am aware of so so that will give me an advantage to locate another position in my field.
The benefits available for health care used to be stellar. They have made changes to cut costs and the health care coverage suffered. If you are looking to climb the ladder of advancement and are not male, then do not look this way. You have to be connected with those already in power in order to be advanced in your career was a female. Male employees fair very well in the company regardless of who their competition is or how well they are qualified.
Facilities Service Worker (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – June 24, 2018
Very easy going and I enjoy the 2nd shift hrs. The benefits and pay are great. If I ever need anything my Supervisor will get it. I clean all the cubicles and empty all trash and recycled items and clean bathrooms and clean around the building and do some minor Landscaping.
pleasant,good friends and all supplies needed to do my job
SENIOR OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – June 8, 2018
I loved working at Erie. Good benefits , Nice office with all supplies you need to do your job. Good people all around you.Beautiful cafeteria great food and reasonable prices, Choice of eating out on patio or inside.
Had my own cubicle, 1 hr. lunch, paid vacations, 2 15min breaks
sometimes it was cold in there. Wore a sweater more often than not
Internship (Former Employee) – Kingsport, TN – May 9, 2018
I worked at Erie Insurance Agency in High School as an Internship for my work based learning course. I really enjoyed it there because it furthered my knowledge in the Business field. On a day to day basis I would just answer calls at the front desk and file things in the back. I enjoyed every part of being able to have my internship there.
Material Damage Adjuster II (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – April 16, 2018
I had previously worked for Geico and truly did not realize what a wonderful job I had at Geico until I resigned there and came to ERIE. The training of the new ECC claims system was a disaster! GEICO would have spent a full week which they actually did on the rollout of their new system. The work load was extreme as employees were resigning and the company was very slow to replace them. No one seemed to care!
Claims Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – March 5, 2018
The management and the supervisors were extremely helpful with assisting any questions or concerns that any of us had. They made a point to review our quarterly status and ask us if there was anything else that they could do to help us grow as an employee.
Material Damage Adjuster (Current Employee) – Keyser, WV – February 18, 2018
They give you too much work to do but do not care and want you to speak up if you get swamped. For overtime they got stricter on it and expect you to take hours off the following day after you already have made appointments and cannot get this said time.
CLAIMS SUPPORT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – February 12, 2018
Started auto, commerical and homeowner claims or answering general questions Filled out ‘gen21’and ‘gen23’ forms and invoices Transcribed essential information from voicemails Followed up on calls and delegating follow up calls for voicemails Found claim numbers for undocumented files Trained new employees in starting auto, commercial and homeowner claims, filling out gen21 and gen23 forms
Not Provided (Current Employee) – Erie, PA – February 7, 2018
I would recommend Erie Insurance as a great place to cultivate one's career. As with any employer of this size, there are issues that need to be addressed and resolved. Chief among them, in my opinion, is the need to further diversify the workforce as it is sorely lacking in a number of important dimensions of diversity. Overall, I consider it a great workplace.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – January 29, 2018
Be on your toes here, while the atmosphere is all smiles, you don't want to get to comfortable. Managers have lied in the past and attempted to entrap employees into admitting they did something that they actually didn't.