87 Claims Examiners from Sedgwick CMS submitted salaries.
Current CEO: David A. North
Sedgwick Claims Management Services, which provides insurance claims administration services to major employers, is said to be a good place to work for those seeking entry-level work. Sedgwick CMS careers include claims examiner, analyst, programmer, specialist and a variety of administrative positions. Working at Sedgwick CMS is described in mostly pleasant terms, according to employee assessments.
The Sedgwick CMS culture is described as one that allows employees the freedom to be creative and use non-tech tools made in-house to complete projects. The overall environment is said to be "friendly and supportive." The average work area is spacious, with the company providing everything necessary to successful "do the job right," according to employee assessments. Some employees report some stress with accumulated workloads, but this is typical in the claims industry.
Telecommuting is available for some positions. Others offer flexible work hours or allow employees to split time between working at home and working in the office. Management gives employees a certain amount of flexibility in doing their job. Most offices are located near main shopping and business districts, a perk noted by a few employees. Some employees do report problems with getting a response from management when addressing an issue.
Sedgwick benefits include a choice of health plans, optional dental and vision, life insurance options, long and short-term disability and a company-matched retirement plan. Sedgwick provides a paid training period. The company''s training program is described as "very good" compared to what similar companies offer. Sedgwick provides intro training to introduce new employees to the systems in place at the company. Internships are paid and often translate into permanent positions.
The claims industry itself is stable with a near-constant demand, meaning layoffs are rare. Advancement is said to be possible within the company. Salary is average for the insurance and claims industry. Entry-level positions are said to be better than what is offered at similar companies. Certain positions do involve a heavy workload, according to employee assessments, resulting in long hours for some salaried positions.
Some employees report a refusal to allow official overtime, even though some positions require employees to stay past their regular hours. The work-life balance at Sedgwick varies by position. The company''s Paid Time Off package is better than what is offered by most employers but does require advance notice and approval. Overall, Sedgwick appears to be a good place to work in terms of steady work, good benefits and friendly and supportive co-workers.
Associate is the highest paying job at Sedgwick CMS at 136,000 annually.
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