It is a good place to start in the industry and gain experience from an independent adjuster, but you need to move on at the end of the day. Due to the unforeseen event, I was among other staff who got laid off. It is almost my second anniversary at ClaimsPro. I thought when they meant temporarily laid off means an 8 to 10 weeks max. However, the company decided to lay off me for 35 weeks.
I submitted my performance review last year before the Christmas break and hoping to get a performance review by my manager sometime after the holidays, it never happened.
I worked super hard as an administrative assistant for the National account. I strived to become an adjuster by enrolling in the CIP courses every four months. Yes, they pay for continuing education (my CIP courses). There was no ability to work from home until the pandemic occurred.
Benefits and salaries are moderate, and there is no bonus, profit sharing. I only got a salary increase after six months, but it was less than 2%, which is nothing, especially after a profitable year. They don't give an incentive to employees for a good year's work.
I would not recommend it at all; no one will know how hard I work. The rewarding system (Kudos), there are tax deductibles when you decide to spend them.
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