What is it like to work at Allstate Good Hands Rescue Network?

3.4Work/Life Balance
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2.4Job Security/Advancement
3.2Management
3.1Culture
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How long till they are done with Rescue Network ?
Written by Owner and Operator (Current Employee) from Boca Raton, FL on March 25, 2018
Its really sad that all state is doing this to its long time providers that have paid there dues and now allow any body to be a provider and not require providers to carry commercial Ins or general liability Ins no lettering on vehicle's no uniforms so what happens when provider breaks a window on a brand new car or any other car or there wheel falls - more ... off after a tire change Providers that have been with Allstate should have first call out I just don't see how Allstate allows this to happen I'm sure there are good provides on the Rescue Network App but there are a lot of providers that lost ... - less
ProsNot sure yet
ConsTaking calls away from long time providers
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