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Typical interview asking the typical interview questions but it was over the phone.

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20 yrs with the company all in auto claims... have worked 7 AM to 3:30 PM, 8 AM to 4:30 PM, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, currently 9:00 to 5:30... in a month that will change again against my choice, I will be working 4 10's ... Monday 9 to 7:30, off Tuesday and Wednesday, Thursday 9 to 7:30, Friday 9 to 7:15, and Saturday 9:30 to 8:00. Work life balance is no longer a concern for this company.

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Probably three weeks. Application, Interview, drug testing, background check, offer.

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Tired of apologizing to customers about their horrible claims experience. Horrible place to work. No time off. No life work balance, Numbers, numbers, numbers. Do not care about quality. I Remember the family environment that the founder intended. Use to be a happy place. Now very, very sad and uncaring about their employees

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Eight hours Monday thru Friday

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Keep a better eye on agents and how their individual offices are run with their employees

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State Farm has gotten greedier over the years. It is generally best to work for an agent who has been around for 5-6 years or more, as they are more likely to have received more generous contracts. I am personally working for an agent who has been around for 2-3 years, and my pay has dropped several times.

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Basic questions about your work experience

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Would recommend allowing good employees to think and act for themselves to the benefit of the company. Understand the intricacy of the position and allow for proper staffing and time to provide quality service. Numbers driven goals work only within reason.

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Responded to an ad on the internet.

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