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Good place and good people to work with
Executive Medical Underwriter (Current Employee), Mumbai MaharashtraDecember 23, 2013
Good leraning exposure/great culture/good work life balance
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Great place to work
Desktop Support Specialist (Former Employee), MinneapolisNovember 19, 2013
Great place to work, no opportunity for advancement. Single point of contact for 120+ users locally as well as supporting multiple remote offices worldwide
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Good work/life balance and not much pressure
Investment Department (Current Employee), Chesterfield, MOSeptember 17, 2013
RGA is a very good place for insurance-related jobs. The reinsurance business is prosperous and promising and work life style is second to none, very comfortable place to work at.
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Global Marketing Temp (Former Employee), Chesterfield MO.August 22, 2013
Working as a temp. assistant to the lead video editor and shooter was a good experience in general. I was able to gain a good understanding of the efforts involved during launching various internal communications on the global office scale. Staff was very friendly and professional.
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Warm and relaxed environment with fun and welcoming people
Vacation Student Intern (Former Employee), Cape Town, WCJuly 4, 2013
Pros: free and great coffee anytime and snacks occasionally. flexible hours. occasional celebrations.
A typical day started with a briefing meeting in the morning. The main goal was to complete the targeted work. It also involved other adhoc work.
I learned how to manage time well and how to interact with people in a professional manner.
My co-workers were very friendly, fun and welcoming. They really made me feel comfortable within the company.
The – more... hardest part of the job was to acquire missing information. There was need to make preliminary assumptions and come up with a preliminary model given that there was data missing. This proved really difficult for me because I did not have enough experience. Wrong assumptions led to ridiculous models. I had to do trial and error to come up with a reasonable model, which proved to be very time consuming.
The most enjoyable thing about the job was that it was challenging and I am a person who likes challenges. It was also gave me a good insight of the industry as I needed to know a lo of different available products. – less