Vermont 4 days ago
Hi, I have been working at the GEICO office in Houston for about 7 months. I would like to continue working for GEICO but I am ready to leave Texas. I want to continue working as a customer service representative, can I transfer to the San Diego or Maryland office hassle free? How does the process work, are inside transfers usually accepted? I am ready to go!
Erica in Texas 10 days 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?
katslevania in Stafford, Virginia 12 days ago
So I'm thinking about applying to Geico, and I'm just wondering a few things and hope someone here can help me...
1. Is Geico a contract position? Will I be locked into working there for a certain amount of time after I'm trained or would I be able to leave without consequence before my training is over if I find a new job?
2. What is your work space like? Is it an open floor or do you get a cubicle?
3. How does bidding for shifts work?
4. Are your breaks scheduled for you?
GEICO Careers in Washington, District of Columbia 14 days 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.
Courtney Alessi in Woodbury, New York 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?
Random in Buffalo, New York 1 month ago
I recently got offered a job with Geico. I am in the middle of a background check and was wondering if a 660 score would prohibit me from losing out on my offer. I am a recent college graduate and I have only opened one credit card with a limit of 300 dollars. Any info would be great.
dustinhall83 in Manteca, California 2 months ago
Does anyone know once you start working for Geico as a Auto Damage Adjuster if you the company car is available to take home? Or does Geico want you to drive a personal car to a geico office then a comapny car is available from there to travel to appointments? Thanks
mgt in Chesapeake, Virginia 2 months ago
Hello all! I have an appointment for the testing phase for a claims rep position with Geico and I was hoping someone could give me some insight as to what to expect. Any comments would be greatly appreciated.
ghathorn in Murrieta, California 2 months ago
I am scheduled to take a PC skills test for Geico on Friday. Can anyone here give me an idea of what to expect? I am constantly using Microsoft applications, I type approx 50 wpm, and am very good at searching the internet for relevant information. Any helpful information is greatly appreciated. Thanks:-) -Jes
RMarshal in High Falls, New York 2 months ago
I've been ghosting around the topics here looking to see if there was an answer to my question already, but have not seen any.
Basicly, over a month ago I started the application/Interviewing process with my local Geico for an Auto Claims Adjuster position. I have performer the online reasoning test, a 45 minute phone interview with the HR Manager who first contacted me, a 1 on 1 interview and a role play scenario with the local supervisor, and now am in a bit of limbo. I had the 1 on 1 and scenario on Friday, a week before last week. I was told that someone would get back to me in 48 hours to let me know either way ( as I had stated I was working to keep my calendar open, knowing there would be 10 weeks of training away form home if I did get the position), and with it having been on a Friday, figured I'd allow a bit extra time. When I hadn't heard anything on Monday of the following week ( Last Monday), I contacted the supervisor, and was told I had succeeded in the previous step of the process and my information was being sent forward, and that I would be contacted by the end of the week for information on the next step in this process.
After hearing nothing by the end of the week, I tried getting back in touch with the supervisor ( leaving a voice-mail on his phone), and the HR manager ( who also, was away, so I left a voice-mail), just stating that I had not heard anything yet, and just wanted to see if we knew what the status was, as I still wanted to make sure my schedule was clear for the rest of this long hiring process and the likenesses ( it seemed at this point, at least), of being hired and needing the training time away from home.
Does anyone know if Geico contacts candidates back if they decide NOT to hire them? I'm starting to wonder if I in fact had failed that last role play scenario part, or if they are just real slow in getting back to me to schedule the next step.