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Caring company but very competitive
Subrogation III rep (Former Employee) –  Mayfield Heights, OHMarch 17, 2014
Great company to work for.
The company is very family orientated
The company employees a lot of employees so it can be very competitive and difficult to advance after a while.
Pros
Family orientated
Cons
Difficult to advance
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Repetitive
Automobile and Renters insurance sales (Former Employee) –  Colorado Springs, COJune 23, 2018
Extremely repetitive menial work. Some management has no insight into the difficulty of the job. Many people have the same issues with the stress levels.
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I do not recommed this company!
Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) –  Grand Rapids, MIJune 22, 2018
Progressive is not a good company to work for at all. Most of the employees have been there for less than year. The company as a whole is unorganized and nothing is done in a professional manner. The pay is good and the benefits are just ok. You will barely have a personal life.
Pros
Pay and discounts
Cons
Extra long hours, high stress, and horrible training
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