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10 days ago

BI Underwriting Professional Development Program (BI UPDP) - Technology - Novemb

Travelers Insurance Chantilly, VA +2 locations

Under direct supervision, Travelers Underwriting Professional Development Program prepares participants for a career in underwriting. Through a… Beyond.com


21 hrs ago

Claim Representative Trainee, Outside Property/ – new

Travelers Washington, DC

include effectively communicating with insureds, agents and management, investigation and analysis of coverage and… CareerBuilder


8 hrs ago

Claim Rep Trainee, Auto – new

Travelers Overland Park, KS

Participate in on-going training sessions for specific line of business. Provide voice-to-voice contact within 24 hours of first report. Obtain… CareerBuilder


8 hrs ago

Claim Rep Trainee, General Lability – new

Travelers Overland Park, KS

Participate in on-going training sessions for specific line of business. Provide voice-to-voice contact within 24 hours of first report. Obtain… CareerBuilder


21 hrs ago

Claim Representative Trainee, Outside - Metro DC/Alexandria areas – new

Travelers Alexandria, VA

include effectively communicating with insureds, agents and management, investigation and analysis of… CareerBuilder


8 hrs ago

Claim Rep Trainee, Property – new

Travelers Davenport, IA +2 locations

Investigate, evaluate, negotiate and resolve claims on losses of lesser value and complexity. Complete formal training program for consideration of… CareerBuilder


21 hrs ago

Outside Property Claim Trainee – new

Travelers San Francisco, CA +2 locations

Travelers has built a solid reputation as a leading insurance company with endless opportunities for our talented and passionate employees who are… CareerBuilder


21 hrs ago

Property Claim Professional / Trainee – new

Travelers Augusta, GA

The experienced Property Claim Professional will demonstrate proficiency in first party estimating, investigation, evaluation and negotiation at the… CareerBuilder


8 hrs ago

Workers Compensation Claims Adjuster Trainee – new

Travelers Diamond Bar, CA

Would you like to make a change and try something new? If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career, we want you to join our Team. We… CareerBuilder


21 hrs ago

Outside Property Claim Trainee-Hollywood, Burbank – new

Travelers Glendale, CA

Travelers has built a solid reputation as a leading insurance company with endless opportunities for our talented and passionate employees who are… CareerBuilder


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    Great people & benefits but at a price

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    Former Employee - Account Manager  in  Alpharetta, GA
    Former Employee - Account Manager in Alpharetta, GA

    I worked at Travelers Companies full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The people at Travelers are great. While I worked there I saw a lot of teaming to get the job done. The benefits are very good.

    Cons

    Performance expectations are extremely high. It is almost impossible to get a promotion unless you are "married" to your job, unless you are liked by upper management. The workload is generally too much for one person to get the tasks accomplished in the time frames established by the company, especially if you are an hourly employee. The constant meetings do not help & the stress level among many employees is extremely high.

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    Start giving yearly raises based on merit so that employees aren't wondering when & if they will get a raise. Hire more employees to spread the workload to a manageable level. Don't base staffing on what you think may happen next year. I've seen people released due to anticipated staffing needs & then called back months later. Lower your expectations of your people so that they can have a life outside work.

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