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Senior Analyst-Product Lines

Erie Insurance United States +2 locations

*This position is being reposted due to the Holiday Season* As a *Senior Analyst-Product Lines* in the *Commercial Lines Division*, you will…

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Terrence W. Cavanaugh
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    A great place to work

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    Current Employee - Inside Claims Representative in Bethlehem, PA
    Current Employee - Inside Claims Representative in Bethlehem, PA

    I have been working at Erie Insurance Group


    Amazing health benefits at a great price , amazing profit sharing bonus that works out to 1 day of pay per year of employment (not guaranteed, but always give in November in my 19 years), good vacation time accrues monthly, pension, matching 401k,$ health incentives, recognition bonuses, drawing, luncheons. At our yearly meeting they handed out IPAD minis to some winners. Can work your way up internally. Ability to work at home in many positions


    sick occurrences are held against you for every day you are out, so 7 days of flu is 7 occurrences unless you apply for family leave, doctors excuses don't cut it I still got a written warning, Training is lax, your learn as you go on the job in most positions . That makes it a challenge to work your way up if someone from another company who has a lot of training is going against you. Management is bad at relaying info. Employees are not able to "rate" their supervisors at assessment time. Yearly raises used to be 6% , now "due to the economy" 2 or 3% but the owner became a billionaire last year? many people were upset by that. Hate the prescription mail order pharmacy we have to use. Lower pay than many companies but never see downsizing or layoffs

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    Listen to the employees, allow a forum to rate supervisors who are remotely supervised themselves, keep up the perks and benefits- money talks. Training, rethink sick time penalty

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