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Medical Representative Trainee (PIP)

Progressive Insurance Newark, DE +2 locations

Working as a Medical Representative Trainee, you will have an opportunity to use your customer service and… Progressive Insurance

12 days ago

Medical Representative Trainee - Tampa, FL

Progressive Insurance Tampa, FL

* Identify wage loss expenses and wage exposures on medical claims * Interact daily with customers taking statements and research me… Progressive Insurance

16 days ago

Claims Representative - Centralized Medical - Riverview, FL

Progressive Insurance Riverview, FL

As a Medical Pay Representative with our Claims Team, you'll get the chance to put your curiosity, medical… Progressive Insurance

10 days ago

Medical Representative Intermediate (PIP Claims) - Plymouth MI

Progressive Insurance Plymouth, MI

The demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job… Progressive Insurance

4 days ago

Medical Coder I - Plymouth MI

Progressive Insurance Plymouth, MI

, you’ll work closely with Medical Representatives to help with coding needs… Progressive Insurance

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    Former Employee - Preservation CPT in Phoenix, AZ
    Former Employee - Preservation CPT in Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at Progressive Insurance full-time (more than 5 years)


    It's difficult to discuss pros, because a lot had been changing with the company during the couple years before I left. Many positives were becoming negatives as I made the decision to leave.

    Laid-back work environment. No one breathes down your neck. Breaks, lunch, etc. are very relaxed.

    The atmosphere promotes relaxed people, so you'll enjoy your coworkers and you'll make friends there.

    You can probably work at home.

    Pay and benefits are solid for the work you do.

    Paid training - they pay you to get your insurance license.


    No more flexible scheduling, which Progressive used to be famous for. They now use performance-based scheduling, the outrageous unfairness of which is hard to comprehend.

    Although Progressive puts way less emphasis on numbers that certain other companies do, they still put too much emphasis on numbers, and not enough emphasis on the way you actually do your job and the ultimate bottom-line results of what you do.

    The company is way too modular, with different departments unwittingly working against each other.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of performance-based scheduling.

    Give Customer Centric a more reasonable try.

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