Round one yesterday with the claim department. More to come as they move towards the good old "desk model". Watch the customers continue to flee as they deal with inexperienced claim "processors". Todays customers deserve more as they continue to see their insurance premiums rise. Greed is the bottom line here for a company that has over 100 BILLION in surplus, but hiding behind the old "business demands change to service the customer." Meantime, let's continue to add layers and layers of Directors and AVP's. Disgraceful but glad to be gone.
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This layoffs, as Squealer in George Orwell's Book, Animal Farm will say: TACTICS. The layoffs are not necessary but Rasmussen plans on retiring next year to an artificial profit is being created, thereby he can leave with a hefty bonus. Once the next CEO comes, possibly Mark Berven, the jobs that were eliminated will be replenished
Yes. More layoffs.
Another round of cuts today
More layoffs/reorganization to come should know more next week
Yes Nationwide is laying people off ! They are also looking for people to volunterly leave. I was a long time employee from Ohio and Scottsdale. Recently in a meeting upper management said they need to reduce work force by 20 percent. As people leave they are not replacing them and the work load keeps getting bigger and bigger....find another company plenty are hiring.
24 YEARS of loyal service........RIF'd in 2009. Ultimately GLAD TO BE GONE.
Worked at Nationwide for nearly 2 years in the Carolinas as a field adjuster. Thankful I was able to leave before this came down. I could see the direction they were headed. Praying for my friends this Christmas season who will lose their jobs.
North and South Carolina MD Adjusters about to get hammered Dec 10.
Nationwide used to be a good employer not anymore. Greed and more greed. They only care about the bottom line and not employees or customers.
yes. layoff in florida comming ...really sad company
Entire claims legal audit unit in Scottsdale terminated. Sent work to a third party vendor Bottomline. 18 people termed
Maybe Peyton manning can handle some claims: I accepted an offer from Allied some years ago, poaching me from another company, a Commercial Claims Specialist 3, I worked with outstanding people, Chuck Christian, Mike I am talking about you: and the team II was associated with was talented and devoted , then Nationwide crept in poisoned the , slowly poisoned the atmosphere, demanded mediocrity rather then excellence and we fled.
Wiped out the entire On Your Side Property field management team across the country. Reorganized from a team of around 50 down to 8. No way they will be able to provide the high service to their members that they promise with the old “we charge the highest premium, but our members get the best service”.
220 associates - Mainly in Columbus, OH and Harrisburg, PA - jobs outsourced to a 3rd party administrator. Several in the West (California and Nevada as well).
Could you please confirm what part of the country you are in? I have heard rumors of layoffs, but we haven't gotten the word on who yet. thx