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Independent Contractor (Current Employee) says

"They do not hire anymore. Currently a hiring freeze. They will bring you in as a contract that is made to feel like an outsider. Contractors will see a constant revolving door and be treated very poorly. Management is a joke. They have people managing staff and people when they themselves do not even know how to perform the work themselves. Management is strictly CYA and will blame everyone else for they mistakes"

Associé à la souscription Département Construction (Former Employee) says

"La pyramide de m staycity de l’entreprise est à l’envers: plus de manager que des staffs à être gérer! Un employé peux recevoir l’ordre de plaisir en même temps!"

Senior Worker’s Compensation Claim Representative (Former Employee) says

"Working at Zurich was the worse experience of my career. Over worked adjuster. Tells their clients the adjusters have less claims than they really do is one of the multiple reasons I could no longer work here."

Sr. Principal Engineer, AVP (Former Employee) says

"All work is reactive. Culture of snakes and inept engineers, It is a lair of snakes and scorpions. Obviously this looks like a disgruntled employee comments, which off course it it, but think about it."

Global Resource in IT (Former Employee) says

"You are looked on as second class citizen if not directly supporting core insurance activities. They are so full of lip service about everything. Not much room for advancement."

Claims adjuster (Former Employee) says

"By far Zurich Insurance in Woodland Hills is worst company in California. Incompetent management. Ive been a claims adjuster 30 years. my boss was an incompetent fool"

Systems Development Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Management is only interested in dehumanizing workers, getting cheapest resources regardless of capabilities, and cannot see the coorelation of bottom lines and competency of the resources doing the work."

Security Operations Analyst (Current Employee) says

"If you are in IT and don't suck up, your position will be outsourced while others get a promotion. My advise is to stay away from this company. Higher up management is horrible. Your main manager will depend. Bonuses are ok. You have no work life balance.NoneNone"

Commercial Claims Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Zurich overworks their employees to the point that the job is not manageable. They make it so that it unrealistic to achieve any type of goals that they set which creates a very discouraging and negative work environment.locationwork load and pay"

Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) says

"Completely over worked. Not enough adjusters. New people might as well be lit fire and put on the floor with no training. They are completely understaffed you end up doing more than just your job as they are way way way understaffed every where. Management could care less. Just pile on more cause hay deligate who cares if they are already overloaded. Horrible days at work that feel like they will never end. Oh and their metrics pit employees against each other. Cheaters who cut corners win. Their health insurance and dental are not the best unless you pay thru the nose for better benefits. Time off is what you live for just to get away from the stress. Don’t drink the koolaid just run from this job to a better one if possible.NoneSTRESS ! over worked no team work and no one cares at all."

Insurance Specialist (Current Employee) says

"People are getting laid off continually. Those with jobs are often doing two jobs, and the reason they still have their job is because they are cut throat. The background you need to get a job here is Target employee or former airline stewardess. The important trait is being political - lying, then cya'ing. There are two departments out of many that aren't this way, and you need an advanced degree to get into both. The company is made up of mostly low class smiling faces.summer hoursThey pretend to be transparent and aren't. Employees only care about themselves."

Business Analyst / Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"Sehr Schlechtes Arbeits Klima... Jeder gegen Jeden Sehr Angelsächsisch im wahrsten sinne des Wortes."

ACTUARIAL ASSISTANT (Former Employee) says

"Zurich is a very big company and (unfortunately) acts like a very big company. Their corporate culture is reflected in every Dilbert cartoon that's been published."


"Im tired, stressed, and unhappy. Working in a stressful environment as such takes a toll on your personal life. Zurich promotes a healthy work/life balance and they still pile work on you making it impossible to achieve any of their set goals."

claims adjuster (Former Employee) says

"Not a good company to work for. Long hours and the work environment is deplorable. You are on top of each other, you can't hear yourself think. Just a miserable environment.NoneEverything"

Claims (Former Employee) says

"The worst organization I've worked for. The office culture was unbelievablely unprofessional. The client was not properly serviced and management spent more time and effort performance managing employees rather than training and development.locationeverything else"

Processing Tech (Former Employee) says

"Never have I ever been treated so inhumanely. I was raised with a good work ethic, I showed up for work and stayed at my desk to complete my job duties. I loved most of the co-workers. Unfortunately, there were those that didn't do their work, so those of us who did work got stuck with with their work also. That's really fair make the people who are doing the work, do the work of those who don't!!Management is totally inept and don't have a clue what the responsibilities of the "actual workers" involve. Lots of delegating and no rolling their sleeves up to help.Management - no work - that's the place to be! Just don't start out on the bottom level. If you don't have a college degree, there is no place to go - they won't let you progress. Experience means nothing to them - just a piece of paper from a university - then the people without the degree get the privilege of telling those with a degree how to do their jobs.My suggestion, don't accept a position with this company. You'll be sorry.co-workers are friendlymanagement stinks - have no clue how to manage."

Underwriting Technician (Current Employee) says

"Zurich has been in the midst of confusion since my employment began in 2008. The past year has been a year of downsizing, people leaving, and no replacements. Most employees at Zurich are overworked, tired, and suffering from exhaustion."

Underwriting / Premium Audit (Former Employee) says

"Employees are slaves and nothing else. Continual changeover in management stratagy causes more issues than it solves and much more unnecessary menial work. Terrible communication with employees. They ask for input but don't listen. Repercussions for giving valid and critical input is very real and feared by the workers. Management plays the game to keep their jobs. Workers are miserable.Benrfits onlyIn a nutshell - management and their detrimental business decisions."

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