ClaimsPro LP
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Claims Representative yearly salaries in Canada at ClaimsPro LP

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Average salary
$34,639 per year
27%
Below national average
Average $34,639
Low $20,000
High $52,000

Salary estimated from 6 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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Reviews about Pay & benefits for Claims Representative at ClaimsPro LP

Stressfull

I do not enjoy working here in ECS. It is very stressful, they do not staff enough employees, management is pretty much useless and incompetent. Pay is way low and benefits are laughable.
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Terrible management, including HR. Overall toxic environment. AVOID AT ALL COSTS!!!!!!!!

DO NOT WORK HERE !!!! Too much micro managing for no reason. They need to know when you are leaving your desk and why (including washroom breaks.) Mind you, they can see your status from their own computer, so really, there’s no need to request such a thing from their employees... Specially when call volume is low. No one keeps track of your productivity or areas that need improvement, but instead keeps track of your whereabouts. It’s all about an excessive need for power and control over their employees. If you are unavailable for more than 30 seconds to complete your case notes; you get questioned, every single day, even though your reason remains the same. This company does not comply with basic law and ethical practices. They will do what they can to save a dollar at the cost of the representative’s disposability. Supervisors are impatient and lack basic people skills. They are rude and make you feel like less of a person. Supervisors and managers don’t communicate with each other, which causes confusion between CSR and supervisors. Management and Human Resources do not take the issues you are bringing to the table seriously, instead, they view you as problematic. Management doesn’t even have the professionalism required to answer your questions/emails. No one takes into consideration your learning style, and most importantly they do not offer accommodations as required. In their description they assure you that they welcome people with disabilities. Do not be fooled! That is a complete lie. They do not provide any positive feedback, only negative. Pay rate for bilinguals - 

Pros

Work from home due to COVID-19

Cons

Pay, benefits, management, supervisors, Hr
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A top employer

While at Claimspro for a period of approximately 3 1/2 years, I had the opportunity to continue learning job specific concepts and topics to help me better perform my job as an entry level claims adjuster. The management and staff work seamlessly together and definitely ensure you feel comfortable working in this team environment.

Pros

Paid continuing education, great benefits, competitive wages

Cons

At times long work hours depending on job function/department
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How much does a Claims Representative make at ClaimsPro LP in Canada?

Average ClaimsPro LP Claims Representative yearly pay in Canada is approximately $34,639, which is 27% below the national average.

Salary information comes from 8 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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