Marsh is a world leader in delivering risk and insurance services and solutions to its clients. From its founding in 1871 to the present day, Marsh has provided thought leadership and innovation for clients and the insurance industry — introducing and promoting the concept and practice of client representation through brokerage, the discipline of risk management, the globalization of insurance and risk management services and many other innovative tools and service platforms.
Over 25,000 Marsh colleagues provide risk management, risk consulting, insurance broking, alternative risk financing, and insurance program management services to a wide range of businesses, government entities and professional service organizations around the world in more than 100 countries.
Marsh's clients vary by size, industry, geography and risk exposures. Marsh is organized to serve clients efficiently and effectively, delivering tailored solutions based on complexity of the risk and global footprint, and matched to clients' buying styles.
For more information, please visit the profile of our parent company, Marsh & Mclennan.
To learn more about the many awards that Marsh has received, please click here.
•Marsh’s culture is articulated by our IGNITE Operating Principles
Marsh has earned recognition as a leading employer of diverse colleagues. Additionally, Marsh is committed to environmentally sustainable business practices and “helping communities and people at risk” as the foundation of our corporate citizenship efforts.
To learn more about what it’s like to work at Marsh, please visit the tab on this page called Marsh Colleague Experience.
Marsh is comprised of over 25,000 colleagues around the world. The global nature of our business is fundamental to our culture, firm strategy, and organization.
Marsh University (MU) is a unique knowledge sharing and collaboration platform providing the 24,000+ colleagues of Marsh a way to connect with one another across 100 countries. The site was commissioned in response to an executive declaration focused on “Making Marsh a Great Place to Work for Outstanding People”. MU was developed as a way to empower colleagues to be successful by providing a platform for sharing, building relationships and finding the resources and knowledge to excel. MU is a secure, internal site accessed by Marsh colleagues. The site’s external, public landing page and overview video can be viewed at www.marshuniversity.com.
Marsh stands for integrity and ethical behavior, as defined by our code of conduct, The Greater Good.
I have been working at Marsh full-time
good hours and benefits
work load can be heavy at times, but that is not a bad thing
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Marsh (San Francisco, CA) in February 2018.
The interview process was very straightforward and smooth. I first attended a virtual information session hosted by a recruiter and a former summer TRAC associate a couple days before the application deadline. The day after the application deadline, I was told to complete a hirevue majorly consisting of behavioral questions. About a week and a half later, I received notification that I had made it to the final round consisting of a super day of three 30 min interviews plus an information session with current TRAC associates. The first half of each interview consisted of three different behavioral questions. The second half of each interview was more of discussion between me and the interviewer about their job and questions I had. Each interviewer was happy to answer questions I had and was eager to tell me about their positions and the company. The next morning I received a phone call that I was being offered the position.
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