Fred Loya Insurance Employee Reviews
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I’ve worked for this company for about seven months and at first, things seem to go rather well, but you soon find yourself seeing all the problems. The managers have no respect or regard for your personal life, I’ve had to work overtime for an entire month and gotten written up when I left a little early to deal with family business. There is lots of favoritism in this company they say they’re flexible with hours but will keep you longer without paying overtime.
Friendly Coworkers/ Good Experience
Short Breaks/ Poor Managment/ Long Hours
The job is fine but it’s just the management here is very very bad, there are two call center departments , one is a new claims department and the other one is a dispatch department, the new claims department has a total of 29 people which is good, but they forget that the dispatch department is the one that holds everyone together since we send field appraisers to vehicle locations so they can be inspected and we take calls from body shops requesting for a supplement, but we are only 6 department, which half of the other department doesn’t get here until 3pm, they don’t care about the dispatch department, they should have both departments balanced since the dispatch department is getting overwhelmed with calls and field appraiser dispatches
Paid Holidays, benefits
Management, Nepotism, always understaffed
If you are willing to create the vibe for everyone in the office you can be successful. It is hard because the company doesn’t put a lot of money into fixing up the locations but it is a good entry level job. Once the company focuses more on overall training and bettering the offices this company could really thrive. But you can definitely get your start in insurance here and move on to a better company.
This company does not value loyal employees. They pile on the work and scrutinize EVERYTHING you do. I saw many employees dismissed over minor infractions.
They scrutinize your time sheet down to the minute, You will get written up if you get even a few minutes of overtime or if you clock in 1 minute late.
My manager specifically is very encouraging. He is always helping to reach my best. The office may have drama like every work place but in all the environment is positive and easy to work with.
pay may be a little better
Company is a good place to get your start in insurance. However their culture is very outdated. No work life balance and little to no room for advancement. Pay is one of the lowest in the market but on the other hand skills and expertise required to work here are also minimal.
Schedules are very demanding
Management doesn’t care about you...all they care about is their sales. They are very rude and don’t offer much assistance when needed. Security isn’t even all that great...you ask to replace something broken and they take forever to do it even if that includes a jammed door that doesn’t lock/unlock good when needed.
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Nothing stands out about this company. They take advantage of those that need a job and offer low wages.
This company does not acknowledge hard work and effort. They expect you to work off the clock and most people do at one time or another throughout their employment.
Not enough pay for work load, majority of employees and management are rude and disrespectful, you have to ask over and over again to get raises that were promised
I worked for Fred loya insurance years ago in one of the location off of spring valley rd in Dallas. Our office was fun but the managers bent the rules a whole lot. Like coming into work late not dressing professionally. Sleeping with agents in our office or other office CSRs. The pay when I worked for this company was good. No room for advancement because the regional manager and our manager where brother and sister.
No room for advancement
I worked independently for 10months running my store, I can say I like my job. I create a lot of relationships w/ the customers. The pace of work is extremely fast, except when times do get slow. Even when it’s slow, I still find ways to be productive. I became manager after my first year of the company. Fortunately for me I had an amazing trainer to prepare me. Yeah it’s self training but, It helps you set a skill to be independent and accountable.
Benefits, Compensation, sick/leave pay, vacation, Bonus
6 day schedule