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Gallagher is filled with great talent, mostly very driven people who want to get the job done and get it done right. It's unfortunate the work load is heavy and work life balance is non-existent.

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Working hours are 37.5 per week, but most employees work way more than that. There is no work life balance at this company and no rewards for employees who go above and beyond to get the job done.

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2 months before you hear anything back. Doesn’t matter how qualified you are. They will take the people they know.

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Had 3 rounds of interviews...last one was with 3 people in the room and the client reps (3) on the phone asking situational questions. Client was not happy with their current adjuster so they wanted to be sure I had the necessary experience and knowledge to handle their account. GB improperly assigned the account to a adjuster who didn't have the proper background to handle this national account, not her fault.

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Read all reviews on all sites. Just like everything else reviews are a key indicator. I would go in confident and prepared to look elsewhere if they won't meet your offer. This company will lead you to believe they have a lot to offer and in a lot of ways they do, but need to catch up to competitors standards of salary increases and time off.

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Fast paced, unrealistic demands and expectations. I was lucky that the clients liked my work and my audit results were very good. Had no problems with my clients, they were appreciative and complimentary...not so much appreciation from mgmt until notice was given.

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The work comp adjusters are highly scrutinized for there performance but the managers are almost never held to a set standard. Some branches of this company have such high employee turnover due to very poor management. Some managers are so great at there job that they nearly never lose an adjuster. If upper management simply took a look at trends with adjuster turn over for each manager they could easily spot which manager needs closer scrutiny or possible training.

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Phone interview
2nd phone interview
Offer I never met my supervisor or anyone above my position in my division.

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No this is a full time jpb

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When I worked there they had 7 sick days that you could take per calendar year. If you were sick for two days or more you had to provide a doctor's note.

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