File Organizer (Former Employee) – Vienna, VA – August 2, 2017
The job was part time in the summer, but it was a good way to start out in the work industry. The work flow was relaxed, but not enough to where you could slack off, the files were always organized alphabetically and by date, making it a lot easier to work well. The coworkers were quick and easy to get along with, as well as the occasional customer entering the building. There were times that the computers were a little bit slow and wok flow was completed a bit early, but that last remark was a knit pick.
Easy to learn, adjustable workflow, good managment, not too stressful
workflow might be finished a bit too early, computers at the time were a little slow
PC I PROCESSOR / Member Care Representative (Current Employee) – Canton, OH – July 16, 2018
take calls a process changes to policies. Great culture and management. recently switch position to a work from home position and there is not much room for advancement so I decided I would like to go back to school to complete my associate degree
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Des Moines, IA – July 15, 2018
It seemed as the company never cared about its employees. They had a very strict "occurrence" policy in the call center and would not make exceptions for anyone, even employees who had legitimate excuses for missing work.
IT Developer (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 14, 2018
Bloated with off shore weighted worker ratios. Walkways from the garage are adorned with corporate value slogans that few managers have any hope of living up to. They are more worried about lowering the cost of doing business then about serving the needs of the customers.
They came up with the 27 hour day to balance the 3+ hours of meetings in a day. Bravo
They came up with the 27 hour day to balance the 3+ hours of meetings in a day.
CUSTOMER SERVICE AGENT/CLAIMS ADJUSTER (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – July 13, 2018
I enjoyed working here for the most part. what I didn't like was the constantly changing rules. It felt like I had to constantly ask my superiors what the new rules were each week when it came to policy holders.
IT Process Management (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – July 13, 2018
NW is very involved with the community and cares about its employees. NW has a work-out room, good benefits and an activities office. NW has many technologies and offers multiple disciplines for technology associates.
Premium Processor (Former Employee) – Highland Hills, OH – July 12, 2018
They sold our department to another insurance company and let people go left and right and it was a mess. I felt like the managers didnt care to help people grow and work with them if they were struggling it was just a write up and fire.
Sales Manager - Independent/Exclusive Agents (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 12, 2018
Nationwides core values are adhered to by leadership - Insurance distribution and product mix will be changing rapidly over the coming years and Nationwide is ahead of the competitors by adapting the distribution model, enhancing and creating products to make it viable for the next 50 years. Great company and culture. They invest in employees for development and training.
Translator/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – July 11, 2018
Coming to work at Nationwide is very fun and relax. While I worked at Nationwide I learned how to do Auto Quotes, Homeowners and Renters insurance Quotes. The crew are very friendly and helpful. There is no hard part of the job. The most that I enjoy working at Nationwide was translating to customers from English to Spanish
Jr. Underwriter/ Mortgage Operations (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – July 11, 2018
ALOT of meetings with no productive outcome. A Manager with zero mortgage experience trying to lead a team of 10 processors. System outages very regularly. The Underwriters controlled all that happened in the department.
Specialist, Business Consulting (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – July 10, 2018
I worked for NW for 15 years and loved every second of it, however, due to a reorganization a few jobs were eliminated and mine was one. NW took care of me both financially and with resources to help me find new employment, which I am very grateful for.