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Future Insure Graduate Program Reviews
Reviews by Future Insure Graduate Program graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.5GradAustralia surveyed 5 graduates working at Future Insure Graduate Program. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 5 responses.
- Being surrounded by like minded people.
- The work environment. It is welcoming and there is a great deal of focus placed on upskilling and progressing myself as an integral part of the business.
- My workplace has a wealth of experience at all levels within the Australian insurance industry. This has let me learn about all the different aspects of risk management within Australia.
- The opportunity for professional and personal development is excellent at Adroit. They have given me opportunities to further my growth and knowledge in the insurance industry and given me every opportunity to succeed.
- Nice environment/culture
- I can think of nothing negative.
- Traffic can sometimes be annoying. But my company is hardly to blame for that!
What insiders say about…
My role as Assistant Account Manager involves assisting my Brokers with their responsibilities relating to client management and ensuring each of our client's are satisfied with their level of cover and quality of assistance given. Day to day tasks may include processing renewals and/or endorsements for the broker's clients, assisting clients with policy queries and quoting some policies for clients.
Friendly and inclusive
The interview process for me before becoming employed by Adroit involved some assessments through Fuse relating to aptitude, and also video and phone interviews with their recruiters. From there, I attended a face-to-face group assessment day through Fuse where they were able to ask me questions and judge my teamwork skills amongst other qualities throughout the session. After this session, I was invited to attend a face to face interview with Adroit at an interview day in Melbourne through Fuse. There I was able to meet Adroit's HR Manager and discuss who I was and what I was looking for in an employer. A couple of weeks after this meeting, I then participated in two in-person meetings with Adroit management before I was offered the full-time position.
Adroit asked me a number of questions during our meetings. Some of these included what my work experience involved, what I thought I could bring to the organisation and what my best and worst qualities were. Adroit were thorough in their questioning, ensuring that I would be willing to contribute to the organisation and would be a culture fit with current employees.
My company is very flexible with work hours. For example there are a number of working mothers who are in the office part-time and often work remotely.
Not enough, compared to what others earn due to their age.
Satisfied - often unavailable however
I had no experience coming into the role, the managers took me through each step of the process of my role making sure I understood it thoroughly.
Being such a large company, there are always promotions and the positions available, interstate and even international opportunities.
Everyone is respected as a human being.
Adroit's contribution to the Geelong community and the less fortunate is outstanding, providing endless support to various foundations and organisations in need. One such example is their relationship with the Geelong Community Foundation, through which they operate a Charity Golf Day. The funds from this day go directly to an organisation in need each and every year. I recently participated in a night where the previous year's funds (Approx. $120,000) were awarded to a charity designed to provide accomodation to disabled young adults of the community. Over the past 10 years, over $750,000 has been awarded through this venture alone.
Facilities are great, big kitchen, great working area. Dress code is formal, dress shirt and slacks.
We try to be paperless whenever possible. And in the instances that we do have to use paper, we make sure to recycle it.Join us to bookmark!
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