Contact Manager (Current Employee) – Granada Hills, CA – December 14, 2015
The ideology of Farmer's is very good for the customers they serve and for the employees. The job requirements are that of a typical insurance company, needing to recruit new clients, but Farmer's believes in being a personal assistant to the client, giving a family feel to the business.
Possibility of advancement, flexible work schedule
You work hard then you get paid. Training and Support team really goes out of there way to make sure you are fully equipped. My co-workers were practically like family and we build great relationships together.
Great colleagues to work with and a fun atmosphere
Senior Service Advocate, Producer Services Team (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – March 20, 2014
Every morning you log in, get your required computer applications up on your screen, and go live or available for customers for incoming calls or non phone work. Calls are customer focused based and consultative sales.
great people to work with and great benefits.
little or no advancement opportunities at this office.
o Office Claims Representative (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City OK – January 17, 2014
Working at Farmer's Insurance brings new challenges daily. Being able to communicate effectively with different personalities over the phone is the key to completing the job. Being able to multi-task and work in a performance driven environment is a plus. Direct management is a blast to work with and they are always very friendly and interested in how you are doing within the company.
daily food vendors and arcade style games in various break rooms
SENIOR APD FIELD CLAIMS REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Pacific Zone – May 14, 2013
Farmers does a great job training their employees, but has a difficult time providing a good career path for people. Insurance claims is a difficult job and will beat up any good person. They provide decent compensation and benefits, but they have been declining since I started.
Casualty Claims Representative (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – May 12, 2012
I am currently working at one of the centralized claims centers that processes a variety of insurance claims. The environment is nice and comfortable but you are in a cubicle environment all day w/little opportunity to interact w/your co-workers. Your interactions w/customers are via the phone or email w/no physical contact. The hardest part of the job is the never-ending amount of claims that you receive and the limited amount of time that you are given to resolve them. The management team is very well-rounded and do their best to motivate and improve your performance. The vast majority are very encouraging and helpful w/a wide range of experience and work to improve your experience at work. There are limited opportunities for advancement as most positions are at the same limited salary grades - regardless of the department. There is alot of emphasis on trying to make it a well-rounded workplace that encourages a lot of community involvement. There are usually wide variety of fund-raisers and extra activities that are sponsored by management to break up the monotony of the daily grind. You are doing the same thing - day in and day out w/little variety in your workload.
environmentally friendly workplace, strong emphasis on employee health and well-being