- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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The culture is pretty amazing. They stand behind their mission statement of protecting the short and long term goals of educators. Starting off, you receive quite a lot of paid time off which is nice for switching jobs where you had vacation built up already
They tend to "restructure" departments fairly frequently, so management and key players change often. A recent (since late 2013) trend has been downsizing when these restructures happen. While the benefits are good, the pay is below what I would consider average for similar companies in similar size cities.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Horace Mann.
Applied for the position, about a week later I got a call back from a recruiter who said the company was interested in me coming in to interview for a data entry lever position. The day of my interview I went in, took a data entry test to see what my skill and accuracy was, then I sat with my recruiter to do the interview. She was nice, professional, made me feel at ease. Typical job interview questions. All went well and I felt good about my possibilities in being offered a position as I left that day.
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Naming itself in honor of Horace Mann, considered the father of public education, Horace Mann Educators is an insurance holding company that targets K-12 school teachers and other public school employees throughout the US. Through its operating subsidiaries, the company offers homeowners, auto, and individual and group life insurance, as well as retirement annuities. Horace Mann employs some 700 agents, many of whom are former teachers themselves. Writing business in 48 states and Washington DC, the company derives more than a third of its premiums from five states...