Tableau Developer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 July 2017
A great place to work. The people are great and they offer work from home which is great. The focus system is unique and like no other. It is complex and the billing is even more complex and hare to learn. What you learn about this system cannot be used anywhere else, as most other Insurance companies are using Guidwire. I enjoy the work from home part of the job the most.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 21 June 2017
A great place to work. The people are great and they offer work from home which is great. The foCus system is unique and like no other. It is complex and the billing is even more complex and hare to learn. What you learn about this system cannot be used anywhere else, as most other Insurance companies are using Guidwire. I enjoy the work from home part of the job the most.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 June 2017
A typical day consists of faxing classified documentation to lawyers and medical offices, scanning important medical files, Extended Healthcare Benefits, OCF's, and motor vehicle accident claims, and uploading to classified folders. I learnt how to manage my time efficiently and complete required tasks with accuracy.
Senior Business Development Agent (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 15 April 2017
Allstate is a good company to work for. They give you opportunities to make a great income, while providing tools to succeed. Allstate has a strong company culture that provides you with a good atmosphere to work in.
Market Performance Integration Specialist (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 22 March 2017
My current manager is not my preferred type of boss. He replaced a great manager, so it is easy to see where he lacks skills. The upper management are wonderful. Allstate has a great work from home commitment. Allstate has a great benefit package and cares about their employees. I am on the JHSC, United way team, 1st aid team and the health and wellness team. Allstate is aware that a 'work / life' balance is key to a happy employee.
Amazing VP's and Directors
Managers should take note of higher management performance and try to mimic
Licensed Insurance Advisor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 3 February 2017
Busy high pace job multi tasking 3 weeks paid vacation wonderful managers pay needs some work-low pay bracket in my opinion great lunches and breaks no mico managing they push you and educate you on a monthly basis
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENT (Former Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 9 November 2016
A typical day at work for a new advisor is 100% cold calling. To be honest it was a struggle day after day--I was advised that there would be a fair bit of inbound and in office traffic which was not the case. I learned how this industry works and how employees are expected to succeed. I wasnt able to find an enjoyable part of the job other than the conversations with co-workers--I was advised it was coming but every month turned out to be the same disappointing result.
Business Development Agent (Former Employee) – Stoney Creek, ON – 2 November 2016
A Typical day looks like,getting in the morning checking emails, going threw schedule making sure appropriate coverages is there, going threw any claims that need to be handled, and making sure my speed sheets all line up that we balance and revenues are better then normal. co workers are like family some hate work and some love it you take the good with the bad. It all evens out, the hardest part of my day is when i can not find a solution for a client even with the best of efforts, maybe they don't come within our guide lines and we have to deny claims or deny coverage. the most enjoyable part of my day is when i have finished all my work and I can help my co workers out if they need or jump into bosses office to work on our bigger projects. management in okay seems to me no one is on the same page.
well kept building
company seems to not care to much about front line staff