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Account Manager, Small Commercial Lines (Former Employee) – Toledo, OH – September 20, 2018
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Personal Risk COnsultant (Former Employee) – USA – September 11, 2018
When you are approached by this company, everything looks shiny and new. But as time goes on, the truth will be revealed. They don't care about you and will do anything they have to to get rid of you. First they give you a quota that you cannot reach and when you defy the odds and reach it, they say they don't like the way you did it and let you go. Don't give this company a second look, they are one of the most ruthless companies I have ever ran into. +
Technical Assistant (Former Employee) – GA – August 18, 2018
Management is a joke. It feels like high school cliques and there is no help with training. Even bosses talk about your own coworkers to your face. No advancement even tho endless promises of it. Not worth the pay at all.
Terrible Management from senior leadership on down.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – August 13, 2018
Toxic, toxic, toxic place to work. Leadership is barely present when issues arise. I have never seen morale so low in any organization. Decisions cannot be made on a local level. It has to go up to upper management that in turn goes to their manager. So important decision are always pending.
Asst. Account Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 13, 2018
job security they never fire anyone but, you have to put up with being mistreated, belittle, harass and discriminated at times. The managers are a joke and can't kept anything you say to them in private confidential.
Great Camaraderie between co-workers and Supportive management
Account Executive, Property & Casualty (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – July 24, 2018
USI is a great company to work for. Very considerate of employee needs with supportive management. Clear workflows and expectations help provide guidance and structure. Expectations are clearly communicated and abundant resources and tools to succeed.
Manager (Former Employee) – Briarcliff Manor, NY – July 18, 2018
USI Insurance is always looking to acquire companies and as result, there is a lot of integration to be done. I feel that this causes friction between the company and the acquired companies. It takes a while to meld company cultures and technology. I think it also contributes to employees being shifted around because of agreements in place to acquire companies. In other words, they may move someone out of a position or let them go to accommodate the needs of the acquired company.
Personal Lines Department. They boast great profit margins while paying employees entry level pay, they expect you to put out the work of 2 people while you work understaffed because they can't keep people or obtain new talent. A few pull their own weight while others do the bare necessities to get through the day, leaving more work for those that care about getting the job done. Personal Lines manager is great to work for but there's a price for it - manager isn't given tools needed to do the job well. There are a few that ruin the potential for a great workplace culture with constant drama, bad attitudes, and gossip while the manager turns a blind eye. The department is unorganized and customer service is seriously lacking and goes unchecked. If you're looking for job security, it isn't here. Clients are lost left and right due to business practice and poor customer service lead by unmotivated management. This company doesn't recognize your hard work unless you're in the Employee Benefits department (their money-making department).
Health benefits, no forced overtime, relaxed boss, impossible to get fired
High cost health benefits, unorganized leadership, department runs itself, pay for your own parking
Seasonal Intern (Former Employee) – Woodland Hills, CA – July 4, 2018
Though the administrative tasks became dull, this internship taught a lot about the insurance industry, particularly group benefits. I was treated with respect, and was continuously encouraged to pursue my professional endeavors.