Pros: fitness center, lunch options, location
Cons: advancement opportunities
A typical day at work included time spent working on the phones helping potential customers get new auto insurance, or switch over from a different provider. I learned a lot from my tenure ship with the company. I was taught all of the various coverage types and options available for many different states, as well as the individual state laws that went with it. GEICO also helped train me to become a better salesman. Management was generally chosen from among the most qualified of the applicants that applied. Management tends to switch around quite often, making consistency an issue. Sometimes, managers aren't put in the best spots, which leads to some issues from time to time. Co-workers were great! A lot of good people work for the company. People are generally easy to get a long with, and have the potential to become good friends. Aside from getting your foot in the door, the hardest part of the job is being on the phone for 8 hours a day. But, that's to be expected from any call center environment. The most enjoyable part of the job, is the people. Your co-workers can make all the difference.