Intern (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 20, 2018
I am a new intern at Kemper, and although I don't receive benefits until I am hired, I am very happy with my pay! The people here are all SO friendly and helpful. If you are looking for a stress-free, stable job, then look no further! Apply! I love it here! You typically get a half hour (unpaid) lunch, and two breaks, (paid). You can take an hour for lunch if you work an extra half hour. Very flexible schedule!
Team manager and litigation specialist (Former Employee) – Chatsworth, CA – April 19, 2018
I have been in the insurance industry for over 20 years. Kemper was the third company I have worked at. I am highly regarded in the insurance claims industry. Kemper’s upper management does not care about their employees. The expectations are unrealistic. Business is poorly managed. Policy count is out of control and they insure the bottom of the barrel. Claim count is through the roof. They are so desperate for employees that they put unqualified people in positions, including management . They do not counsel under performers and the high performers are not recognized. They’ve handed out 1% raises for the past three years despite how you have performed. It was the unhealthiest environment I have ever worked in.
Life Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Maryland Heights, MO – April 15, 2018
The managers are NOT real managers anybody can do they job, they choose favorites talk bad about you, it's middle school all over again. they don't know how to talk to their employees, let alone run things the place is raggedy every body that worked there has quit don't waste your time or life fakiest people you'll meet
Loan Officer (Former Employee) – Des Plaines, IL – March 23, 2018
I worked for Kemper Mortgage on a commission only basis. This, unfortunately, did not provide a steady income until after being very established in the company. I did not get a chance to do that because the company dissolved overnight and fired all employees the next day without warning.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 20, 2018
This Company has the worse Management and HR Dept. Once your in a position for a certain amount of years they will not advance you to new career opportunities within Company.. HR does nothing to help employees.
Claims Adjuster (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – February 25, 2018
Every year it got worse, as the management came up with stupid ideas to improve the company. How about focus on keeping customers and not trying to rip them off. How about caring about you employees that are loyal, instead of laying people off every 18 months. The best day of my life was when I was laid off. I now have a better job, and realize now how poorly I was treated by Kemper.
Clerical assistant (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 26, 2018
Kemper was an outstanding company till it was forced to close in San Antonio, TX. Worked with a good team and since it was a workers compensation and auto insurance every day was different. I did data entry, trained 8 workers, issued checks and distributed mail.
Good company & good job, but company went out of businees because of financial difficulties
Senior Fire Protection Engineer (Former Employee) – Long Grove, IL – January 22, 2018
Good, challenging work with good supervision & good promotional opportunities. Good flexible hours. Satisfying work that made good use of my technical abilities and allowed me to participate in my part time position as Chief of the Long Grove Fire Protection District.
Lead clerk (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – January 15, 2018
I truly enjoyed working at Kemper. I learned a lot about insurance for cars and boats. I got promoted to a lead clerk for umbrellas which was fun to learn and to put in. I made good money at Kemper. If they would not have closed our department I would still be there working.
I worked in the Dayton ohio office, which is run by part time preacher ,who is the biggest snake oil salesman I ever worked for.he lied every day about product and leads.selling people a cash indemnity policy and telling them its health insurance.i don't know how he still has a license.they give you year old leads and try to tell you there brand new leads.run as fast as you can from here.
Human Resources Director (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – November 28, 2017
Very fluid organization with strong commitment to succeed. Many new leaders make alignment and communication difficult at times. Individuals are afforded plenty of opportunity to learn and grow but efforts are not always aligned or recognized.