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Great Company with Great Leaders

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Current Employee - IT in Columbus, OH
Current Employee - IT in Columbus, OH

I have been working at Safe Auto

Recommends
Approves of CEO
Recommends
Approves of CEO

Pros

Safe Auto is a great growing company with great opportunity for advancement. The company is the process of creating new products to sell and new ways to sell them. Both Ari Deshe and Jon Diamond are doing a great job of capitalizing on the current economy by expanding our Sales capabilities and looking forward to selling additional products. Ari Deshe and Jon Diamond complement each other incredible well, and they have been able to build a great company from scratch. They have been great listeners to the associates, and are always looking for innovative ways to help the company and its associates grow. It really is a great place to work and I look forward to completing my career here.

Cons

Almost none, we have a great company atmosphere

Advice to Management

Keep it up, upper managment is doing a great job. I look forward to hearign what the next growth oppertunity will be.

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  1. Disappointing

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    Former Employee - Contact Center Supervisor in West Somerset, KY
    Former Employee - Contact Center Supervisor in West Somerset, KY

    I worked at Safe Auto full-time (More than 5 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    Pros

    Friendly environment Great mid and lower management

    Cons

    Bad pay Confusion about procedures Little concern for employees by upper management

    Advice to Management

    Need more balance between business needs and concern for customers and employees


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    Directive without direction.

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    Former Employee - Claims Representative in Somerset, KY
    Former Employee - Claims Representative in Somerset, KY

    I worked at Safe Auto full-time (More than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Approves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    The PTO was fairly good, the promise of paid holidays, the surface shows a well oiled machine of a company.

    Cons

    Pay sucks compared to the industry average, far too many changes made at the worst possible times ( IT decides to update the company wide server environment without first testing what they're implementing and waiting until the companies busy season to implement it. Which only causes major computer failure. The company was operated by another business management company in order to finally turn a profit after years of mismanagement only to turn around and repeat the same things that hurt the employees and in turn the company such as micromanaging employees. Rules are not enforced if management likes you and they will turn a blind eye towards many things. But, you are on point of they don't like you. The company is ran by and it's backbone is a computer system called auto pilot that was designed in the 90s and all but limps the company along. The designers and programmers who built it no longer work there so any IT people they have simply cross their fingers hoping it works because no one truly knows how it works They constantly want to change things and set goals but yet, they don't actually have any feking clue what they want the goal to be other than just "try harder." There seems to be a complete disconnect with first line supervisors on how difficult their lower employees jobs are. Not to mention many times over it seems that managers are promoted based on their sales experience. Not their overall experience, so it's not uncommon for your own supervisor (who you're supposed to confide in and trust to know all that you don't.) to tell you they have no answer and that you know more about your job then they do. Adjusters are also in the same boat apparently forgetting that claims first notice of loss are their buffer. They complain that they have so many claims to work on but yet, they refuse to admit that if not for us doing their job they would have hundreds if not thousands more. Promotions are all but non existent. Oh and don't forget. Those holidays they talk up during your hiring process are complete bull. You will be mandatoried for every one unless you're lucky enough to use a vacation day but even that's not promised. The company continues to shine in the worst way possible.

    Advice to Management

    Communicate with your staff. If not for them, you wouldn't be where you're at. Walk the floor more, and if time and work load allows, strike a convrsation every once in awhile. Come to grips with your own reality that you're as disposable as any single person under you. Most importantly. If your employee screws up. Don't talk down to them. Your podium can be knocked down as easily as it was built.


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