"AAA is a great company to retire from due to its many avenues to progress!"
"no review for me thank you, Alexis Jones"
"The company is very good."
"It was a great job. The best i've had so far."
"AAA has a legendary name and service but is lacking in keeping up with expectations of members and employees alike due to budget shortcomings on technology and outdated facilities limiting the employees ability to assist it's members. Leadership is lacking drastically in female presence."
"I started work for AAA National in November of 2017. Previously, the research I took part in was funded by their non-profit counterpart. Being at AAA has given me a chance to experience diverse work projects and project management. The people are helpful, intelligent, and supportive."
"The culture of this company is great and have decent benefits. Everyone I worked with is amazing. In fact, they treats each other with respect and friendliness."
"Hello I’m Ronnie, I’ve worked for AAA since 2019, I came into the company in which holds a very strong reputation with over 16 million customers and 8000 employees world wide. To me when I was looking for the job I wanted a job where I could provide excellent customer service because I’m all about making others happy and getting the job done fast, and efficiently."
"I have worked for the Automobile Club of Southern California since 2015. I have successfully taken on roles as a customer service representative, call center supervisor, claims adjuster and sales agent."
"The Automobile Club of Southern California offers a variety of departments ranging from a full service travel agency to a legal department. Growth within the company is encouraged and after 5 years of service, one is fully vested. As an employee, you are entitled to many discounts as well as sponsored evenings at local sporting events and theme parks."
"I’ve only worked for AAA for a month. In this short amount of time I have come to admire the company as a whole. I am impressed by the core values of the company which are to give the customer the best experience possible with every interaction as well as providing the excellent service that the company is known for."
"Overall AAA is a good company. They are not for profit so I believe the way they handle things are a little different. You get a few holidays off, no they are not paid, and no vacation time paid. You can make a bunch of money there bu also risk the fact of losing it next month or maybe even 8 months down the line. Whenever your insured decides to cancel during their policy effective date. There are good managers, great managers and not so good managers. Just pray you get on the right team. Their trainings was great and they are now improving that as well. Everything is still done pretty old school on the sales side we use a lot of paper and I mean a lot."
"AAA is a great company that has been around over 100 years. There is growth opportunities in various departments and great benefits."
"I worked in Subrogation for a few months as an experienced insurance professional. The workload is heavy and while contributing to a team, you are measured on your individual success. Management is absent unless there is an issue and robotics/analytics is attempting to make the job obsolete. There will always be a human element. Great for people who love to write and embellish the truth!"
"The management is very terrible. My former manager did not provide training to me or my coworkers and constantly berated us for it. This person is known to be very terrible to work with. In addition, this kind of attitude really shows throughout the company culture."
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