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.
Working hours depends on the area and their hours of operation. If you are asking about number of hours worked, that also depends on the area. Overtime in some areas is required/mandatory. In other areas, you may be required to be "on call". Other areas will be pretty standard working hours but that can change. It seems that areas that are deemed "vital" or "strategic" have more stringent working hours.
The working hours are a plus. Five 8 hour days and almost always no weekends with ample opportunity for vacations. The work-life balance at State Farm is one of the few perks of the job.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - New Albany, OH
Current position has no work life balance.
Answered - Corporate Agency Trainer (Current Employee) - Bloomington, IL
Mon-Wed 8:45am to 7:15 pm Thurs 8:45am to 7:15pm (Fri, Sat and Sun off)
Answered - Underwriting Assistant (Current Employee) - Richardson, TX
830 am - 500 pm
Answered - Claim Specialist (Current Employee) - Livonia, MI
Great. Unless a hurricane was expected the office hours did not change.
Answered - Licensed 440 Customer Service representative (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
I worked from 6:45 am until 5:30 pm since we had clients calling in that early. 3 Saturdays a month since I would have several appointments with clients that day.
Answered - Account Representative (Former Employee) - Denver, CO
40 hours and wonderful.
Answered - Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Brooklyn, NY
They were 8:30 to 5:30 with and hour for lunch. They were very manageable.
Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Hutchinson, KS