typical working day included answering many phone calls, dealing with new claim replorts, contacting clients, settling claims direct with clients
insurance claims specialist/claims mgr (Former Employee) – toronto/kitchener-waterloo/waterloo region – June 2, 2013
great management, support, bonuses, work environment, company cars-several years. enjoyed dealing with a multitude of clients and related fields. pleasant working conditions, mostly worked on my own with a secretary at Aviva but many co-workers at Allstate, State Farm, Vision Claims, I also handled the home,auto claims for the Ontario Police group private insurance( 20,000 members, O.P.P ,Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Regional police depts, First Nations, special constables & University Security systems. Also the O.R.P.A.-retired police officers assoc. Police group was very interesting & enjoyable
working with all types of people, nationalities, professions
Guide Wire PC/BC Integration (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – August 8, 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
Customer centric company with good work life balance.
Insurance Broker (Former Employee) – Toronto – March 19, 2013
A typical day would be spent working on customer accounts whether on the phone with the clients or with paper/email requests/system renewals. The most enjoyable part of the day could also be the most difficult where conflict arose with clients and solving the concerns. Interaction with my co-workers were fruitful and enjoyable. Management was aproachable for our needs be it business or personal. Thus making an overall good job experience.
good work /life combination, with inhouse education on line.
claims adjuster (Current Employee) – Hamilton – March 9, 2015
Very busy on the phone. Work is not appreciated. Men are paid higher than women for the same job. Most enjoyable part of the job is my co-workers. If you are a "chosen one" you are moving up, if not, good luck!!