GEICO is a company with a long and mostly positive past tradition.
PIP Specialist - PIP Claims Department (Current Employee) – Woodbury, NY – April 24, 2016
A typical day at work consists of reviewing previously worked claims which have now been served in lawsuit for various reasons, usually non-payment.
I've been fortunate to have learned a considerable amount about the no-fault portion of the auto insurance industry.
The management style at GEICO is not very common. It is one that (admittedly) only wishes to be able to reward a predetermined number of employees per year. Conditions are arranged to make sure of this. All which is advised by management to subordinate employees. There is no secret of this.
The hardest part of the job, is the volume of work. GEICO does not rehire staff as needed, rather only during various times. The volume, which consider job security is also used as a device for further production.
However, the best part of the job is the people. GEICO has some of the kindest, most talented employees in the industry. Everyone works very well together and tries to be there for each other. Unfortunately, this is usually forbidden when it comes to assisting a struggling colleague.
Profit sharing, healthcare and comewhat flexible work hours
a feeling of not being appreciated which a majority of employees feel