Compare esure vs Esurance BETA

See how Esurance vs. esure compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
2.9
(based on 123 reviews)
3.9
(based on 673 reviews)
Career Opportunities
2.9
3.7
Compensation & Benefits
2.6
3.6
Work-life balance
3.0
3.8
Senior Management
2.7
3.7
Culture & Values
2.7
4.0
CEO Approval
esure Ceo David McMillan
81%David McMillan
Esurance Ceo Jonathan Adkisson
88%Jonathan Adkisson
% Recommend to a friend
48%
74%
Positive Business Outlook
39%
67%

Salaries

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What Employees Say

Pros
"Profit share"(in 7 reviews)
"Good location"(in 6 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 57 reviews)
"Work from home"(in 49 reviews)
Cons
"Team leaders"(in 8 reviews)
"Scripted"(in 6 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 42 reviews)
"Upper management"(in 23 reviews)
Featured Review
"Happy company"Sep 29, 2019

Former Contractor - Assistant Manager

I worked at esure for less than a year

Pros

Nice people Good salary Good working hours

Cons

Too much changes in the company

Current Employee - Software Engineer

I have been working at Esurance full-time for less than a year

Pros

Overall friendly, casual atmosphere. It feels like an insurance company with "business casual" but seems to be closer to "casual" with its startup roots. At the same time, the backing by Allstate... means there's a lot of good perks and no sense of impending doom looming over your head when working at a "startup". You get a sense of flexibility/urgency from the startup roots but also the sense of security from the big business backers. They seem flexible with some work at home policies, commuter benefits, good compensation, and good bonus structure.

Cons

Sometimes it feels like I'm at a startup where I'm rapidly switching positions and roles to try on different hats and extinguish fires to rapidly get a demo for a release to release a cool new... product agilely. But, then, at the same time, there's mountains of documentation for things to dig through with things almost coming straight out of Office Space, which makes sense because of all the regulations and laws within the insurance industry, naturally. It's a bizarre mix of "startup" and "big business", which may not be everybody's thing.

Advice to Management

Acquire more good junior talent who are flexible and willing to learn new things, but also likewise hire/retain high-level architects/principal engineers that are able to make good design decisions... and help lead from the front.

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