Claims Advisor (Former Employee) – Bolton, ENG – 14 May 2014
The company was fantastic but I left before any changes where made, the company closed the Manchester office and relocated work to Bangalore, in the months before I left the company made steps to make thisw happen but didn't tell anyone of the obvious change. We basically trained the Bagalore staff by sending simple claims to them, the compay saw a chance to save money in man power and eventually made 5 floors redundant. I et this doesn't make there insurance quotes cheaper either. Great benefits but in no way are you safe working with a company like Aviva
Billing Operations Coordinator (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 September 2016
A typical day at work involves cohesive team work to get all the assignments done by end of day. In spite of the busy pace, it is vital to stay courteous and helpful to partners looking for solutions, or simply an explanation on Billing aspects. Multi tasking while troubleshooting on the phone, and applying payments received simultaneously,makes the job demanding. A high compliance level is adhered to, and call quality audits are taken seriously for betterment.
Guide Wire PC/BC Integration (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 August 2016
Productive and Fun place to Work, and also helps employee to maintain the work & life balance Apart from that the senior management is very approachable which also makes it easy to work and you feel that you belong there
FINANCE (Former Employee) – Ontario – 25 November 2015
Garbage Chinese Micromanagers run Aviva. Avoid completely. Aviva is not for Domestic-educated future leaders. Aviva supports foreign immigrants who can't speak English and upper-management knows 99% of managers are PURE GARBAGE but they don't care - at all.