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- "Great people here who are all willing to learn and get the job done." (in 61 reviews)
- "Benefits are good." (in 44 reviews)
- "Work life balance is great and I've received more responsibilities as managment has recongized my skillset." (in 33 reviews)
- "Flexible hours to spend doing the things you like to do." (in 15 reviews)
- "Flexible schedule and well compensated" (in 11 reviews)
- "Low pay but not bad for the area" (in 48 reviews)
- "Management is poor." (in 45 reviews)
- "Salaries start low and grow slow." (in 17 reviews)
- "There was no training leading up to it and no plan to correct problems." (in 16 reviews)
- "They don’t care about customers all they care is about writing policies they oversell, when they could just add to the policy, and managers always talk bad about other agents in front of other agents." (in 15 reviews)
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- 3.0Jan 11, 2021CSA - Customer Service AssociateFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSpringfield, MO
Middle management improving and they are looking at growth opportunities
Work life balance isn't as great as they say due to staffing issues
- 4.0Feb 6, 2020Senior Web DeveloperCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsLeague City, TX
Great work/life balance Great career building opportunities
Salary is low in comparison to other places working as a Sr Web Developer.
- 4.0Jan 19, 2011Career Development TraineeCurrent EmployeeSpringfield, MO
You can move up fast and it's fairly easy to get raises. Great work life balance and a very family oriented company.
Work can be kind of boring sometimes. Mostly you're just stuck in an office all day with not a lot of human interaction.
- 4.0Sep 18, 2023CoordinatorCurrent EmployeeLeague City, TX
fair pay respectable job good benefits
lack of support lack of work life balance1American National Insurance Response3mo
We’re grateful for your feedback. American National is committed to helping protect what matters most to you, and we'd be honored if you considered referring people to us.
- 4.0Oct 28, 2023Financial AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearLeague City, TX
Work life balance is great and I've received more responsibilities as managment has recongized my skillset.
Brookfield acquired American National in May 2022 and have started to micromanage everything and can be demanding and require additional work outside your normal role. The other downside is a lack of bonus or pay increases in lower levels of the company.
- 1.0Apr 7, 2019Agency Owner ProducerFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsRogers, AR
Work life balance time management
No benefits, No support, No advertising, Terrible rates, What you sign up for will change and not your choice, Insurance rates are extremely high. Agents are NOT valued by the company or regional managers. The company cares about profits over doing the right thing for clients. NO integrity from local management. When they say you will have your own business that means you will have no support but at the same time you NEVER own your business or policies.5
- 4.0Jun 8, 2021American National Insurance CompanyCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearLeague City, TX
Management communicated with the company throughout the pandemic. We quickly pivoted to 100% WFH and just switched back to the office part time in June ,2021. Work life balance is good Office is nice with high cubicle walls instead of open floor plan Great benefits
Supporting some legacy systems are difficult Compensation could be better Lots of red tape and bureaucracy
- 2.0Oct 18, 2023Field Support SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsAlbany, NY
I work with a great team.
They made everyone return to the office full time removing the work life balance that everyone loved. Recently it has been revealed that there is salary band overlap/compression in my department and that alone is pretty unsettling.7
- 4.0Mar 30, 2022Programmer Analyst IICurrent Employee, more than 1 yearGalveston, TX
- Amazing work/life balance - Great culture for communication
- Average pay - Not a lot of mobility regarding promotions - If you don't live in Galveston, the drive can be pretty rough1
- 5.0Apr 18, 2015Human Resources RecruiterCurrent EmployeeSpringfield, MO
Strive to promote from within Employee Focused Wellness Initiative Tuition Reimbursement Annual Merit Reviews Great Paid Time Off Package Work/Life balance focus-untraditonal work week Career paths that I can work towards Onsite massages Employee Incentives Laid back-business casual attire
I don't have con's with the company2