Liberty Mutual – Weston, MA
Advance your career at Liberty Mutual Insurance- A Fortune 100 Company! Under limited supervision (working individually or as part of a project… Liberty Mutual
Liberty Mutual – Boston, MA
• Conducts or directs complex research within Liberty Mutual and/or externally to obtain information such as financial data, product or market… Liberty Mutual
Liberty Mutual – Exeter, NH
Scheduler / Scheduling Analyst Business Analyst I (5146) / Business… Liberty Mutual
Liberty Mutual – New York, NY
• Conducts production-oriented activities by entering and extracting information from various applications and systems, manipulating data in… Liberty Mutual
Liberty Mutual – Chicago, IL +2 locations
Advance your career at Liberty Mutual Insurance- A Fortune 100 Company! This position primarily supports Risk Management Consultants countrywide… Liberty Mutual
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I have been working at Liberty Mutual Insurance full-time (More than 10 years)
Great company! A lot of growth potential with so many opportunities. Great people to work with and most managers are well trained and easy to work with and for. Flexible work schedules. Really trying to improve work life balance for employees. Great pay and benefits. Hard to find another company that pays as well and bonuses like Liberty.
Still somewhat old management styles. They place knowledgeable people in Management positions that DO NOT BELONG in management. If you get a manager of this type it is very difficult to try and move on. Advised not to go to HR and do not feel safe to go to their manager. If you get a manager like this, it's very difficult to move on. As well, once you start moving up it's more difficult to continue climbing. Interviews internal or external are draining and even as a long term employee very difficult to land the job. Most every position requires a degree. It's very difficult as an internal employee to get a position without a degree. Life experience and 15+ years a company should speak louder than a degree.
Advice to Management
Educate your managers on how to treat their employees. As the saying goes, people don't leave their jobs, they leave their managers. Stop placing people in management positions just because they know the job. If they don't know how to treat people, they don't belong in management. You are losing a good people by putting these people in management positions. People first then job knowledge.