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8 hrs ago

Sales Representative – new

Liberty Mutual Edmond, OK

Average first year earnings of $60,000-$65,000- thru a combination of base salary, uncapped commission and bonus structure. Responsibilities… Liberty Mutual


4 days ago

Customer Service Representative - Brixton Square

Liberty Mutual Oklahoma City, OK

As a Liberty Mutual Insurance Customer Service Representative, you will be a key point of contact for our customers, answer questions, addressing… Liberty Mutual


15 days ago

Agency Specialist, Commercial Insurance

Liberty Mutual Oklahoma City, OK

• Partner with Territory Managers to create strategies toward achieving sales objectives and territory management… Liberty Mutual


10 days ago

Customer Service Representative - Memorial

Liberty Mutual Oklahoma City, OK

As a Liberty Mutual Insurance Customer Service Representative, you will be a key point of contact for our customers, answer questions, addressing… Liberty Mutual


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Liberty Mutual Insurance President & CEO David H. Long
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    Really great company, and a great working environment

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    Former Employee - Insurance Sales Representative  in  Lake Mary, FL
    Former Employee - Insurance Sales Representative in Lake Mary, FL

    I worked at Liberty Mutual Insurance full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Good pay. Steady employment. Decent morale. Management all seem very competent. Its a company of integrity.

    Cons

    I could nit pick about micro-mgmnt and that sort of thing, but when you run a call center, you DO have to micromanage because even one minute wasted per employee adds up big time over the year with the hundreds of employees. There were some things I, personally, didn't like. But that was just me, and more MY issue than the company's. I ended up quitting b/c some parts were stressful to me, but they weren't stressful to the other employees. Many, many people were very happy there.

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    My #1 advice is to do everything in your power to keep morale high, among ALL the employees, on every level. Customers can sense when morale is good vs. bad, and it helps them feel better about the company as well.

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