Independent Insurance Adjuster (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL – December 26, 2013
You go to a auto dealership and find damage on vehicles that are insured you learn to work in a fast paste environment your co-workers work in other dealerships long hours and standing you get to meet a lot of people
Claims Initial Loss Reporting Associate (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – July 24, 2017
Typical work day involves being on the phone most of the day. You learn to develop people skills because you are speaking with customers on a day to day basis. Hardest part of the job is to constantly be on the phones because everyday is different. Especially when disasters hit there are not really any down times. The most enjoyable part of the days are the few times you get to be off the phones to attend meetings and learn new things. They encourage new ideas to make the company a better place for customers and employees.
Receptionist /Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hollywood, FL – July 24, 2017
Great company to work for if you don't mind being in the same position for years without any advancement. The work is pretty repetitive helping customers and answering the same questions a million times a day.
Claim Specialist Tier II (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 24, 2017
Performance management assist in outlining your day. I learned to interpret multiple state policies/ and abide state statutes. The workplace culture has worsened in the last few years, but benefits are great.
Auto Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – July 24, 2017
The main center is huge and while they do provide a lot of support for employees it is easy to get lost in the maze of cubicles that they have. A typical day consists of a lot of paperwork and a lot of little things that make the jobs of the agents easier. Supervisors are all very supportive and insure that training is completed before starting employees in new tasks that are more complex.
Claims Associate- Express (Former Employee) – Dunwoody, GA – July 23, 2017
State Farm is a great company to work for. Coming for health insurance industry this was a little different. Training taught me what was needed and being on the floor I was able to adapt and learn more. Manager do not seem to care if life happens. It is either you're at work, working under pressure or you're home stressed out wondering if you will have your job wen you go back in.
They no longer care about their employees. Although we have time off there is never availability to use it. We are micro managed on how much work we produce and even if we provide quality work they still focus more on quantity.
Manager (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – July 23, 2017
Company has undergone a large number of significant changes in the recent history that have not all been positive. Some of the culture that made it unique has eroded. Their benefits are unparalleled and that is a large portion people stay there for many years.
Defined Benefit Pension Plan, Tuition Reimbursement, Certifications
Competing priorities within departments make it difficult for things to be done efficiently
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Oak Hill, VA – July 21, 2017
I really enjoyed working here, wish I hadn't left. The office is laid back, but professional. Steady work and interaction with clients. The agent was very flexible. Pay is a little low for the area. Overall a great place to work
Expensive area and pay does not really support it.
Helping polices holder with their insurance needs every day. Sending reminder for late payments, ordering office supplies. Helping customers to be properly insured correct and to understand the insurance.