I have been working at Cincinnati Financial full-time (Less than a year)
Financial strength and stability based on fiscally conservative history. Respectful, kind, and professional coworkers. Coworkers are truly wonderful people. Values are lived every day. Competitive salary and work life balance. This is a conservative company, so as a woman you don't always know how that will go and whether there's any room for women at the table, but I've found not only support but respect for what I bring to the table as well as opportunity for continued growth and development. Investment in employees is strong.
High deductible health plan, somewhat difficult to
Impact high level change in terms of technology and systems, but I believe it's moving in the right direction.
Advice to Management
Since we are an older and more established company, continue thinking about succession planning and developing strong people to take the reigns as seasoned employees are retiring. Ensure they have steadfast values that match what has made this company successful but are also able to move with the times and embrace new paths to success. Keep up the service based focus - both for the customers and the employees. While your employees are serving you, you are also serving them. They are CHOOSING this company, so continue to make that a choice that pays off.
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Cincinnati Financial in July 2017.
45 minute interview ending with a Wonderlic Test. Mostly behavioral based questions. The interviewer went over my resume with me on the spot, then asked me to tell him a little bit about myself, so I had to lean on personal information since we had just discussed my professional information. Personally, I like to stick to professional info, so I was surprised to have to share personal information.