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30+ days ago

Senior Underwriting Assistant

OneBeacon Blue Bell, PA

• Demonstrates a strong working knowledge of OneBeacon rating, policy processing and work tracking systems and procedures to develop premium… OneBeacon

30+ days ago

Senior Filing Analyst

OneBeacon Plymouth, MN

1. Prepares and submits moderate to complex new and revised programs, proprietary forms, manual pages, and rule and rate deviations to all state… OneBeacon

30+ days ago

Senior Worker's Compensation Claim Representative

OneBeacon Englewood, CO

1. Makes timely and appropriate contacts, determines and completes appropriate level of investigation to make determination of coverage, assess… OneBeacon

30+ days ago

Claim Supervisor

OneBeacon Englewood, CO

1. Ensures execution of claim handling strategies; including appropriate determination of coverage, liability and damages. 2. Monitors… OneBeacon

30+ days ago

Senior Technology Underwriting Specialist

OneBeacon San Fransisco, CA

1) Maximizes opportunities for profitable new business, based on marketing conditions, by leveraging business relationships, product knowledge and… OneBeacon

30+ days ago


OneBeacon Minnetonka, MN

1. Identify and analyze legal and regulatory matters and communicate the analysis and key decision points to the business. 2. Manage insurance… OneBeacon

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OneBeacon President, CEO, and Director Mike Miller
Mike Miller
14 Ratings
  • Helpful (2)

    Not the worst place to work, but could do a lot better

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO


    It's not the same company year to year. The one thing constant is change in direction, change in management, etc. The company is very much like New England, if you don't like it wait a quarter and things will change.


    Lot's of office politics. If you are in, you're in like flynn, but there are some egos who sometimes refuse to acknowledge those who are several levels below them as important contributors. Benefits have gotten worse and cheaper, not better and less expensive over the years. Kind of an insult to those of us who have been with the company a long time and made it what it is today. Salaries are also very low.

    Advice to Management

    Get to know the people who work for you. It doesn't take much, but means a lot to a lot of people and you'll learn much more about the way the company is really running.

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