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Producer - Healthcare Industry - NB Sales - Marsh

Marsh Portland, OR

As a global leader in insurance broking and risk management, Marsh helps our clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative… Marsh


30+ days ago

Producer - Construction/Real Estate Industry - NB Sales - Marsh

Marsh New York, NY

As a global leader in insurance broking and risk management, Marsh helps our clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative… Marsh


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Marsh CEO Peter Zaffino
Peter Zaffino
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    Still searching for that brass ring.

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    Pros

    Colleagues are knowledgeable and helpful. Opportunity to work with world class clients. Brand recognition is unparalleled in the industry. Pension and 401(k) is rare in corporate America nowadays.

    Cons

    Employee turnover is out of control. It seems every week someone I work with resigns. This is due to increased workload, stagnant salaries and a sense that the company is not sharing its good fortune with the folks who produce it. Worse still is the fact that these positions often go unfilled, which creates a vicious cycle. There's a crop of baby boomers that seem to be counting the days until retirement. Promotions are hard to come by.

    Advice to Management

    Stop living for quarterly earnings. You cannot continue to cut staff and freeze pay and expect that it won't impact performance. At some point people lose incentive and they will either leave for greener pastures or worse, stay and do a lackluster job. Invest in people and technology, and your shareholders will reap the benefit. The current approach of acting like we are still on a recession is short sighted and destroying morale.

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