Questions and Answers about State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

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How are the working hours?

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

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If you have no life, hate your family and hate going home, if are a workaholic and love spending your entire day and weekend at work, including holidays it's the place for you..

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I work 40 hours a week with unpaid 1 hour lunch break. To make more money you definitely need to be willing to have some late nights. I work two 10-7pm shifts usually Monday and Tuesdays and 8-5 the other days. It's a good balance.

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I work early morning 6:30 am off at 3:30

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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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Good. Shift Bid. 4 x 10s are als options

Answered - Licensed Property Large Loss Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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They told me the working hours would be 8:30-5, with an hour lunch break included. I am now finding out that I am required to stay as late as necessary in order to "get my 6 quotes for the day."

Answered - Sales and Marketing Agent (Current Employee) - Georgia

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I worked 44 hours a week.

Answered - Office manager (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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I worked 44 hours a week.

Answered - Office manager (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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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.

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