|Posted on Thursday, May 18, 2000 - 10:57 am: |
For a trainee, you can't go to a better company. However, after training and a few years, you will be ready to take on more and better responsibility. Most stay with "the Bureau" for a few years (8 in my case), then find another independent or start their own offices. Some advice--push for as much training as possible; within 2 years of basic school, you should be pushing your manager for intermediate prop and casualty. Also, they reimburse for AIC and CPCU courses, both of which I would recommend if you are going to spend any time in this business. And after you have a year or two of experience, keep pushing for larger losses; if you have a good manager, he/she will take care of that. If not, keep pushing, because you need progressively more difficult and complex losses to move up in any organization.
|Posted on Friday, May 05, 2000 - 9:50 am: |
GAB has been a consistently (key word)excellent company to work for. In addition, the office and storm supervisors for GAB are supportive, knowledgable, and friendly to independents. They show the independents respect and appreciation for being there to support their office. Brian Barclay is a prime example of the calibre of employees GAB provides. GO FOR IT!!
|Jim Flynt (Jim)|
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2000 - 2:32 pm: |
Excellent company. A # 1 in my book!
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2000 - 12:11 pm: |
Good choice, you could do a whole lot worse!
|Posted on Wednesday, May 03, 2000 - 10:26 am: |
I am considering employment with GAB Robins North America, Inc. as an Inependant Claims Adjuster Trainee. ANY feedback on this company, positive or negative, would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance and please send feedback direct to email@example.com