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30+ days ago

Claim Adjuster Trainee Inside

Infinity Property & Casualty Cerritos, CA

include investigation of claims to determine liability and negotiation and settlement of assigned claims as appropriate to the facts of the loss… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Sr. Multicultural Marketing Representative

Infinity Property & Casualty Cerritos, CA

If diversity and an active role in your community are important to you then the Sr. Multicultural Marketing Representative with Infinity Insurance is… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Appraiser Trainee

Infinity Property & Casualty Los Angeles, CA

If assigned to a field position this position requires the ability to travel within an assigned territory daily. Field and inside appraisers can… CareerBuilder

Infinity Property & Casualty Reviews

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Infinity Property & Casualty Chairman, President, and CEO James R. Gober
James R. Gober
24 Ratings

    Overall- a good company to work for in most departments

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    Former Employee - Business Development
    Former Employee - Business Development

    I worked at Infinity Property & Casualty full-time (more than 3 years)


    Company genuinely cares about it's employees. Flexibility is usually very good, depending on department and position. Benefits (profit sharing, performance bonuses, etc) are good, but not necessarily the best. They'll work with you to manage your life and work, and job expectations are realistic; goals attainable. Great about funding opportunities for education, certifications and personal improvement.


    Promotion opportunities are mostly limited to being in the right department and in the right geographic location. Compensation seems to be lower than some similar competitors. Investors (publicly traded) tend to push the board to make decisions (I.e. close states and claims offices) quickly, and without regard to potential long term opportunities.

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    Prior to myself, I witnessed several very talented individuals depart the company that could have been retained if the leadership team would have found a fit for them when the company or employee was not fitting the right office or market geographically, or if their position/title became expendable. Having low expenses is great, but the cost of losing talent will outweigh the savings.

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