I am 22 years old, TIF was my first insurance job/office job from school. I worked at TIF group for 18 months, I was in the claims department and at first you think its a good opportunity and a good introduction to insurance but very soon the true colours start to show. Terrible training of which is mainly complied of teaching you to lie to the customers which can be really demoralising when you are dealing with Injury/Death/Disease.
Major lack of support from management across ALL departments, meetings are an absolute travesty as managers are always saying what you want to hear but the problems would never be fixed. High amounts of pressure, NO support from management.
They not only lie to their employees but they lie to the underwriting company URV as well about figures and stats because they are under achieving constantly and then put more stress on the staff about numbers when management are not looking at the actual issues!
It was not a good foundation to insurance it made me extremely stressed with no support from management at all. If you get a job offer, decline it and go and work for one of the bigger names in insurance as you will learn so much more.
AVOID AT ALL COSTS, they are being investigated by the FCA.
Wait a bit longer and find a proper company that do things by the books.