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6 days ago

Java Web Developer

Cincinnati Insurance Company Fairfield, OH

The Java Developer for the ECM Development team is responsible for core application development in J2EE J2SE framework. Work on a fast-paced… Dice

28 days ago

IT Web Developer

Cincinnati Insurance Company Fairfield, OH

The Cincinnati Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Cincinnati Financial Corporation, stands among the nationrsquos top 25 property casualty insurer… Dice

30+ days ago

ABAP Developer

Cincinnati Financial Fairfield, OH

• provide support and maintenance • complete program modifications and performance tuning • provide… Glassdoor

10 hrs ago

Business Analyst III – new

Cincinnati Financial Fairfield, OH

Act as the client relationship liaison between a business unit and the IT department. Work with IT service or project teams to collect, clarify and… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Field Claims Representative- Birmingham, AL

Cincinnati Financial Alabama

Qualified candidates have multi-lines claims handling experience with excellent communication skills and the ability to work unsupervised. Prior… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Field Claims Representative - Des Moines, IA

Cincinnati Financial Iowa

Qualified candidates have multi-lines claims handling experience with excellent communication skills and the ability to work unsupervised. Prior… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Premium Field Auditor - Salt Lake

Cincinnati Financial Utah

Premium auditors perform audits on property casualty commercial lines policies to establish appropriate classifications, exposures and basis of… Glassdoor

8 days ago

Loss Control Consultant - Chicago, IL

Cincinnati Financial Illinois

also include conducting multi-line risk evaluations on existing and… Glassdoor

10 hrs ago

Special Investigations Representative - MO/ – new

Cincinnati Financial Missouri

Thoroughly investigate questionable insurance claims to determine if there is coverage or if the evidence… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager

Cincinnati Financial Fairfield, OH +2 locations

• partners with architects to ensure alignment • creates realistic… Glassdoor

Cincinnati Financial Reviews

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32 Reviews
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Steven J. Johnston
16 Ratings

    Nice place to work for the culture, bad place to work for new technology

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    Current Employee - Developer in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Developer in Cincinnati, OH

    I have been working at Cincinnati Financial full-time (more than an year)


    Benefits are great, the number of people there allow you to meet at least one person you will get along with, and the environment is quite lax. It is a stable place to work, and layoffs in IT have never happened, or at least that's what I hear. They take care of their employees with events, discounts, and an effort to get you involved with the community. They give additional access to fitness programs, jewelry sales, used car sales, and other items for sale at a discount. They are flexible with your work-life balance. The pay and benefits are better than expected.


    This is a tough place for a younger mind to be in software development. The project we work on is a giant beast whose coding is grounded in some very old practices (Think GOTO statements), and there is little chance to improve anything. "Training" is offered when you start, but it is hardly enough to get you understanding how the code works; rather, it is a brief walkthrough of the website's UI. Documentation is next to nothing, there is no knowledge base, and asking for help is often like a pinball game, where you're bounced from cubicle to cubicle to ask someone else to get an answer. The project is Being an insurance company, there is red tape in every direction, which greatly slows down development. There are some hard headed developers who are adamant about policing other developers, and other developers who are adamant and vocal that their way is right and everything else is wrong. In the end, it can be a very discouraging place to be.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Let IT be technology centered, not insurance centered. By having development rely on your industry knowledge of insurance, you are losing a lot of bright minds. Be watchful of how involved your team leads are in the team, as some do not actually lead. Promote based on potential you see, not based on time on the job, and reward accordingly. Tear down the cubicles at least halfway and let us have a view. It encourages communication, and improves morale. Create a team solely dedicated to utilities, so those looking for a creative outlet in an otherwise bland project can have encouragement to work hard. Lastly, do not let the HR system boil all of your hard work down to a whole number (1 ~ 5). This encourages only five different levels of employee (Legally able to fire, almost legally able to fire, has a job, works harder than is paid for, has a best friend in HR).

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