Cons: sometimes you're so focused on your work you lose track of time and often forget to go grab lunch
Everyone is treated with respect and very sensative to the diversity within the company. The entire company recongnizes that everyone is a part of the same team and has the same goal. Co-workers are some of the best mentors you're constantly learning something new which promotes growth within the company.
Very large company results in micro-management/very political
Clearinghouse Analyst (Former Employee), Austin, TX – August 3, 2013
Cons: no room for advancement, pay increases are few and far between
Not a very pleasant place to work. Demands are very high. Never quite good enough, constant increases in work requirements which results in a very stressful workplace. Has very high turnover in compliance center in Austin, TX
Compensation (Current Employee), Louisville, KY – July 18, 2013
A typical day at the office is wonderful the people, atmosphere and culture are one of a kind. The hardest part of the job is not being able to advance in your career even though the company considers employee movement a main foundation of the business.
HR Specialist (Current Employee), Hoboken, NJ – July 8, 2013
I have grown up in this company. It's a great company to work for, I would recommend it to everyone. The opportunties are there however you must voice your interest and they do listen. They encourage growth. Its a great place.
Auto ID Specialist Levels I and II (Former Employee), Austin, TX – July 1, 2013
Marsh is a well-run company that pays fairly, has excellent benefits, and is full of great people who are good at what they do. The Auto ID department was responsible for the issuance of thousands of insurance documents every day, but even at its busiest, it was a great and productive environment. I learned a lot about workflow at this job, keeping – more... things moving and getting as much done every day as efficiently as possible. The only reason I ended up leaving that job was that, in the Auto ID department at least, there were extremely few opportunities for advancement. – less
Baker (Current Employee), Indianapolis, IN – May 23, 2013
Once there i was to refill and maintain product while serving customers quickly and friendly. I have learned many ways to care for food products with safety and freshness. Also how to work a large fryer,slicer, oven and proofer. Management was kind of hit and miss, we constantly went though new store managers. Aside from that most managers where pretty – more... friendly and level-headed. The hardest part of the job is definitely being the only baker per day, there is a lot expected to be done by my scheduled time. The most enjoyable part of this job would have to be my co-workers, they are very friendly and helpful. – less
Office Services (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 16, 2013
Pros: ability to relocate if room exists at another location.
Cons: being judged by what you look like.
Typical large company atmosphere . Not many advancement opportunities if not willing to do a sales/client facing based function. Sad truth is upper management would rather keep someone incompetent employed who will suck up, and let good workers go/walk out. Poor stance from Sr. Leadership lets personal achievements for the greater good of the company – more... go overlooked based on your personal appearance. – less