- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★
Underpaid code monkeyOct 4, 2016 - Software Engineer in Cleveland, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
*Decent place to get experience. *Average benefits once you hit full time. There's really not much good to this place, but glassdoor forces a 20 word minimum
*Seriously underpaid. *Supervisors generally have little or no experience, so you get to be the guinea pig. *Not flexible on hours with no good reason why(it basically amounts to "because we want you here") so you get to sit in the ridiculously random Cleveland rush hour traffic. *Seriously outdated code that you spend more time maintaining than developing. *Nobody really cares about devs as they're expected to leave, anyway. *Seriously lacking parking/transit benefit. *Progressively stricter rules being enforced en masse rather than singling out and talking to those causing the problemsContinue reading
- Current Employee★★★★★Jan 26, 2023 - Senior Actuarial AnalystRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Very good work/life balance, diversity is a real priority, and moving forwards into a greener space is becoming a high priority as well. Definitely moving in the right direction.
I don’t know yet. I’ll let you know when I figure some out.
- Former Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★Jan 22, 2023 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Salaries tended to be on the higher end for industry standards. If they like you enough, you’ll be taken care of for a while. They have the two extremes. Horrible retention balanced by lifers.
If you’re in NYC, it’s definitely an “us” “them” treatment. You can look up what this means to AmTrust. Management tends to have a zero tolerance for listening, it is a very top-down company. Collaboration is seen as a waste of time, and at best they see collaboration as employees giving ideas on how to execute management’s demands. I’ve never seen less accountability in my life with adults in a professional setting. Tons of inappropriate workplace gossip, and I’ve seen this in various departments. If the management is not performing, they’re not asked to leave, they are asked to fire every one out from under them and start over in my opinion and observation to all of these points.Continue reading