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Well I worked 72 hours last week 63 the week before.. claims is your life now.

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For sales on three field of insurance coverage for individuals who are in need.

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I applied on Monday, had a phone interview on Tuesday, Face-to-face interview on Wednesday, offered the job on Thursday, and got a call Friday that I was in the clear and could start! My agent told me it happened very quickly for me, as most background checks 3-4 days, but mine cleared very fast. The whole process was fast and fun.

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40 to 50 hours a week

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I haven't left YET, but I will because of the excruciatingly stressful and toxic work environment. Employees are bullied into working overtime, micromanaged, and discouraged from actually properly handling the claim because it takes away from our numbers. I'm tired of being treated like a robot and want to go somewhere I'm valued and respected.

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My advice to the CEO....quit. You are taking State Farm down with your incompetence and yes men surrounding you.

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Applied on the corporate website. Was contacted about a week later for a phone interview. Then took the typing/ data entry test.

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Basic questions about your work experience

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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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