peacefulpauper 1 month ago
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at GEICO?
What do you like best about working at GEICO? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
Shann346 2 months ago
Hello! Before I even apply for the job, can someone please let me know a little bit about the training?
Do you have to be away from home for the full 3 months or do they allow you to fly home once a month? If so, do they pay for transportation home?
Where do you live during training? Do they have corporate housing? So you have to share a bedroom with another person? Do you have to pay for your food and living expenses? Do you have weekends off during training or is the training 7 days per week?
I tried to look this up online, but surprisingly I found zero information. I imagine that if I submitted my resume (and they called me for a phone interview) the HR rep would explain all of this to me, however I do not want to ask an HR interviewer with a million questions and come off as difficult.
Thomas 2 months ago
Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at GEICO?
Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers?
What is a typical day in the life of an employee at GEICO?
Shann346 2 months ago
Hi guys, I want to apply to Geico Insurance company for a position I am currently interested in but before I do, I just need to verify some facts. I researched and found out the company does drug testing on hair follicles of applicants. Does anyone have any information to share on how far the company goes back when testing for drugs on hair follicles? Any information will be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
Shann346 in Maryland 2 months ago
Does anyone have any information on having to surrender your license if offered employment with Geico? I am interviewing for a claims rep position and my recruiter mentioned me having to surrender my current Prop and Casualty license? She didn't have all the details. Does anyone know anything about this?
Mike in Orlando, Florida 3 months ago
Do you work at GEICO? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
Shann346 in Maryland 3 months ago
I have only ever had one job, and an interview coming up with Geico. Will they ever contact
My current employer even though i checked not to on the application? I could provide references of current and previous managers but would they accept that?
Jay in San Jose, California 4 months ago
I am seriously considering an auto damage adjuster job. I worked in a car manufacturing plant for the past 10 years, so I've got a pretty good idea of how vehicles are built and how they work. Before that, I was in retail for 10 years, so I've got a good amount of customer service experience. I'm also currently going to school majoring in business administration. I see a few posting from Geico right now for auto damage adjuster trainees, and the starting pay is actually decent. This job actually sounds interesting to me.
I figure I could do this for a while and learn the insurance industry while still going to school. And then either move on to the business side of it, move on to another company or another type of insurance. But how are the field jobs at Geico and how are the employees treated?
Shann346 in Maryland 5 months ago
I was wondering how long it normally takes for Geico to get results back from the background check, credit check, and drug test? I was wondering because I would like to give my current employer two weeks notice, but do not want to until the offer is official. I do not have anything to worry about in any of these areas, I just would feel better if I officially had an offer.
xnmmi in Lancaster, California 8 months ago
I applied for a Geico position and was emailed a few days later that they went with other candidates. I was really upset about this. There is a career fair coming up at a college that is only 25 miles away from me. Can I go and drop my resume off in person at the career fair? I would like to meet the recruiters and maybe have a chance to demonstrate my interaction and communication skills in person. Would they just tell me to apply online? This is a general career fair. It would probably be a booth with information. I don't know if they would even accept resumes there. The website said I have to wait 6 months before reapplying. If I reapply again before then, what happens? I am determined to join Geico :)