Benefits Open Enrollment Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – 25 October 2017
Due to relocation, I had to leave Marsh & McLennan. It was however, one of my favorite places to work at. My boss was fabulous, I could come to her at any time with any questions or help. I would recommend this place to my friends and family.
Emerging Industry with stability and Growth Opportunity
Call Center Supervisor (Current Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – 13 September 2017
Great work environment with many opportunities for growth. Job stability with the company expansion in the health and wellness sector. Time management and ownership is key to succeed. Communication barriers throughout department may be challenging, until you establish relationships. Overall great place to work but compensation for promotions could be better.
Employee Benefits Administrator (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA 23230 – 2 August 2017
I like the flex hours and benefits, I receive 4 weeks vacation per year a long with 10 paid holidays. However; they tend to have special treatment for certain non productive employees that are very distracting.
A great company for those who wish to work in the insurance field. Top products.
Producer (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – 21 June 2017
What makes MMA great are the people. From the CEO down, they were always willing to help and were genuine. The industry itself can be cut throat and is not always designed for new producers to succeed.
Autonomy, good bosses
Going through a transition sometimes blurred communication
Client Manager (Current Employee) – Overland Park, KS – 14 May 2017
A typical day at work consists of answering client interactions, marketing to various carriers, issuing certificates of insurance, or meeting with the Marketing Coordinator and/or producers to develop a strategic plan to maintain client retention. Management is available to their employees. This is a corporate workplace culture. The retention goals are higher than at other agencies. The hardest part of the job is juggling all of the high priority functions. At the end of the day, it is rewarding to know that I've helped clients.
Typical agency faire (new business, renewals, etc.). Great sales team! I learned a lot about client relationships because I was allowed to be more engaged one-on-one. Senior Leadership makes concerted effort to provide a positive working environment. Unfortunately, there is a lot of cattiness amongst lower management and their teams, making it difficult not to get involved and focus on your primary responsibilities.
Great sales team that you can learn a lot from
Too much gossip/cattiness at lower levels makes day-to-day often very challenging.
System Administrator (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – 5 May 2016
Typical day consists of troubleshooting desktop application issues. Well planned projects. Most enjoyable part of my day is when someone is genuinely happy and thankful for the service received. Hardest part is when users are impatient.
The people make this place. Relaxed environment with a focus on employee wellness. Great pay and bonus. Management tries to keep employees aware of changes and future plans. Upper management is hardly visible.
I think there are great people at MMA. There are just too many chiefs and they all have conflicting ideas except that they all are way too over-consumed with the bottom line. I have to say, they promote employee education in a big way, that's a plus.