Great company with great benefits. I've worked for other big firms and Marsh was by far the most professional organization I've worked for. They treat their employees like people, not just a number. In this day an age that's hard to come by.
Great vacation benefits and Holidays off. No clear career path. Job description very different than job. High turnover at all levels. Annual review inconsistent and shallow because of turnover in management.
Marsh & McLennan is a highly corporate, highly process driven company with a tremendous amount of talent. Great place to learn.
My manager gave us the flexibility to work remotely on occasion and the opportunity to explore areas of passion.
Supervisors are unprofessional cursing loudly on the call floor and playing favorites. Everything is about stats and has nothing to do with taking care of the actual end user. Skills are limited by you position and opportunities are very limited. Contract companies will sell you this position as a permanent position when they know for a fact that it's not. Was questioned by the employer whether my contract agency had provided answers to the tech test. Others had.
Workplace culture is outstanding. Great onboarding training consisting of six weeks with product knowledge and structural clarity. Excellent management support and flexibility in schedule and working remotely from home.
Management is friendly but hard to move up. They have an open culture but stagnant with moving forward on things like work from home and benefits are good but very expensive. Nearly unaffordable on a 40,000 salary.
The job turned out not as described during the interview. The account manager was a very nice person but didn't have a clue on how to train for this position. The account manager went on vacation 2 wks after I started.