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Employers Holdings – Reno – “Reno”

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3.3 3 reviews

67% Approve of the CEO

Employers Holdings President, CEO, and Director Douglas D. Dirks

Douglas D. Dirks

(3 ratings)

3 Employee Reviews
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    Good place to work in Reno, NV.

    Service Desk Manager (Former Employee) Reno, NV

    ProsAlways looking for new opportunites.
    Training is encouraged and required.
    Good community involvement.
    Some of the best benifits in the region.

    ConsNone that I can think if. I was happy to work there and was given opportunities to grow in my career.

    Advice to Senior ManagementI feel that when they laid off a lot of people, they didn't look at the contributions and quality of some of the mid level management that was lost.

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    Average place to work

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Reno, NV

    ProsFriendly supportive people
    Flexible with time and hours
    Good life work balance

    ConsLack of advancement opportunities
    lack of inginuity from senior management
    salary compensation

    Advice to Senior ManagementStop making excuses about performance levels

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    A Decent Company

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsThe best reasons to work for EMPLOYERS - good benefits, generous paid holidays and lots of disclosure about where the business is and where it is heading.

    ConsAlthough I think the vision of the company is good, sometimes the execution is lacking. It seems to me that the people working in the trenches opinions are not as important to some of the upper management as they should be, and are often not solicited prior to making major changes to the business that will most effect the trench workers.

    Advice to Senior ManagementActually listen to the staff and what they have to say. Query their ideas and stop being so concerned about how much we spend on pens, when millions are flowing out the door in other areas that we could be monitoring better, such as medical costs and the costs to pay medical costs.

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