Thanks for leaving us a review. We understand that it can be tough to cover for teammates while also staying on top of your own work. We never want our employees to feel overwhelmed so we encourage you to discuss your concerns with your manager.
Thank you for your feedback. We have reached out to the hiring manager and moving forward we will make sure to inform candidates that it will be a group interview.
It is our practice to support the growth of our employees and help them achieve their career goals. With advancement in mind, we created multiple claim handling levels to allow growth for employees who wish to advance within the Claims Department. As you mentioned, we are currently utilizing a legacy system. However, we have begun the implementation of a new system that will be rolled out in 2020. We wish you the best of luck in your job search.
We are so excited to hear that you enjoy working here! We constantly strive to foster an environment that is welcoming and inclusive. Thanks for taking the time to leave us a review, we’re happy to welcome you to the MEMIC team.
Thank you for your feedback. We are glad to hear you enjoy working at MEMIC. We are continuously working to create a positive, welcoming, and collaborate environment.
MEMIC is a growing company serving employers, their employees and injured workers. In just the past year, we have hired 65 new employees from Maine to Florida. And in just 10 years, we have doubled our workforce. With growth comes a need for more managers which has meant advancement for people building their careers at MEMIC. Gratefully, we now are structured to continue our growth and provide professional development for entry level employees.
We appreciate constructive feedback as we are intent on further improving MEMIC’s workplace experience. While there are challenges associated with growth, the average length of employment at MEMIC is well over 5 years, a good testament to finding and retaining the right people in the right positions doing really meaningful work. As with any relationship, sometimes it doesn’t work out because of performance, culture or professional chemistry. Job satisfaction, though, is a shared obligation so both employer and employee should express concerns and help smooth out areas of friction. We wish you well in finding the right fit.
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review. We’re happy to hear you’re enjoying your first post-grad job. Hopefully, it will be a long and satisfying career here at MEMIC! Thanks for being a part of the MEMIC team.
We’re sorry MEMIC was not a fit for you but we appreciate the feedback. Under the guidance of our new CEO, we recently completed an extensive employee engagement survey that indicates MEMIC is measurably better-than-average in the insurance industry. We are sharing that survey information with our employees to engage them in crafting and implementing positive changes that further improve their work experience. As noted in the positive comments on this page from both current and former employees, a career at MEMIC has a lot going for it.
As always, we appreciate constructive feedback as it gives us a chance to make changes. This comment was posted more than a year ago and a great deal has changed in that time; a new CEO, more than 65 net new employees, a new IT system and more support for systems that help us all in our jobs. Perhaps most exciting is the leadership development efforts that are helping directors and supervisors learn many of the skills that create a good culture. Yes, many people are promoted from within which we think illustrates that there are career opportunities. We now are making strides in helping to train them and those who will follow in leadership positions as the company continues to grow. It’s one of the reasons that a recent employee engagement survey indicated that more than most insurance companies, our employees not only feel a sense of job security but also want to be at MEMIC on a long-term basis.
First, our apologies for a late response on this review. Nearly two years ago, MEMIC undertook a major restructuring of our IT department while also implementing a new operating system. While there were challenges, under new department leadership, the team succeeded in delivering a system for which we are grateful. As we move forward, we are using the lessons of that experience to apply to our next major project and are hiring more talent to share the work. In addition, we are beginning to implement suggested changes expressed in a recently completed employee survey. We are intent on living up to our recent designation by ACORD as “the top workers’ compensation company in the U.S.” That includes strong employee satisfaction.