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Associate Consultant - Construction Consulting Practice - Marsh – new

Marsh Washington, DC

As a global leader in insurance broking and risk management, Marsh helps our clients succeed by defining, designing, and delivering innovative… Marsh

2 days ago

Account Executive - Marsh – new

Marsh Chevy Chase, MD

Victor O. Schinnerer & Company (, a subsidiary of Marsh, is the world's oldest and largest underwriting manager of… Marsh

2 days ago

Insurance Account Manager – new

Marsh Alexandria, VA

• Provides sales and service support to our existing Commercial Lines clients and prospects. • Processes and manages accounts in accordance with… Marsh

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  • Big revenues, boring tasks

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    Current Employee - Client Representative in Washington, DC (US)
    Current Employee - Client Representative in Washington, DC (US)

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    Huge company with plenty of room to grow & move. With so many offices worldwide, you are able to really work where you'd like, if your position & experience allows it. Currently am working on going to Africa for a month with a former school group and working with Marsh to work remotely and with the African offices.


    Very political, as you would expect from a company of this size. The tasks of a Client Rep are very boring, as you are basically half a step above an intern. It helps to learn the business, but be prepared for monotonous task. Also, a very rigid company. They call themselves the "Harvard of Insurance," and their track record stands behind it. That also means you get that stiff, sometimes stuck-up attitude from people.

    Advice to Management

    Pay attention to more of what happens behind the curtain, there have been times where the little things are looked past, and that can really ruin a company if done enough.

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