Customer Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – April 26, 2018
I enjoyed my time working at Motorists & would not have chosen to leave but since early retirement was being offered to those of a certain age group & the fact that they were going to reduce staff anyway, the retirement package was my best choice
The typical day at work included: investigate, evaluate, mediate, analyze and negotiate claims on behalf of the company. I learned to participate in mediation and settle claims as quickly as possible.
My management was flexible and professional. The workplace culture was business like. The hardest part of the job was the travelling to mediation in different states. The most enjoyable part of the position was serving insureds.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Ohio – October 18, 2017
Strong organization working through many of the same issues most legacy P&C carriers are experiencing: mainframe environments, overlapping programs, sunsetting software and looking at increased inefficiencies with older processes.
Too many meetings and overhead bureaucracy. Spent too much time with circular dialogue and not enough time promoting peer to peer conversions. Fewer and fewer people who could actually do hands on work,
good benefits with retirement package
no job security or benefit for being a loyal employee
Infrastructure Services (Former Employee) – Columbus – June 14, 2014
Working in IT, the environment naturally changes all the time, however right now due to a shift in upper management there is a ton of changes occurring unilaterally. I feel that each team in IT want to do their own thing, but unless its in the "super important" category laid down by middle management the project that your team has been talking about, and working on for the past year will get pushed aside and lose all traction.
Work days are terribly long, and what used to be a ton of fun is no longer.
Learning is probably the shinning star in this company over the past 2 years I have learned more things than all other years combined.
Management is broken into 4 tiers: Lower, middle, upper, and executive (duh, right?) - lower tends to want to do the right thing by their employees, middle management tends to micromanage the heck out of their lower managers, upper management doesn't seem like they want to make any direct decisions and the executive team feels disconnected from what is going on in the trenches.
Love my co-workers - this is typically the core reason why I get up in the morning and actually go in, not to mention the culture of the teams are fantastic.
Hardest part of are the requirements out of management - I have heavy requirements of my time and not enough time in the week to do it. I do not get to spend as much time with my family as I used to (2 years ago) and I see this continuing to get worse.
The most enjoyable parts of the job are the co-workers, and having the ability to learn new things (although learning has slowed down because of themore... extreme demand for production work which has spiked over the past 2 years).
Overall - I feel that if your not in IT things generally are better, however at the same time things seem very difficult across the company with each department having their own challenges.less
Culture, co-workers, and a very approachable executive team.
Poor compensation, work life balance is terrible, deplorable morale.
Employee (Former Employee) – Columbus ohio – May 5, 2014
Company invoking their VISION by CEO. If you want to insure your wife and family here, look elsewhere. If your spouse is working, she is required to go on her own insurance plan. You will pay two premiums, yours and theirs. Take it from experience, this place is operating on the good ole boys principal.
Employees are good people
Management wears blinders, and shades. See only what they want to see.
Web Developer Intern (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 10, 2013
This is a good company to work for. You're almost always busy, but it's manageable. My coworkers are great and can always help me with any questions I have. The hardest part of the job is learning the frameworks and how all of the applications work with it. Once you know how it works, you're good to go.
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – IN – April 13, 2012
Handle relationships with agents within district boundaries. Primarily responsible for underwriting and pricing new commercial business opportunities. Manage profit and loss for the district. Handle all marketing functions to agencies sharing and positioning information from Home Office. Responsible for prospecting new agency relationships to grow our market share.