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.
I never received any raise or bonuses.
Answered - Telemarketing Representative (Former Employee) - Punta Gorda, FL
Answered - Claim Specialist (Current Employee) - Livonia, MI
Reliable 7% bonus and 3% raise annually
Answered - Claims Representative (Current Employee) - Concordville, PA
Employees can qualify for incentive bonus that is normally between $6,500 to $8,500.
Answered - Auto Claims Specialist (Former Employee) - Concordville, PA
Around 4% for a raise. The bonus is based on the company hitting projected targets in policy growth.
Answered - EOM Process Deployment Coach (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX
1% - 12% annual salary increases based on annual performance review.
Annual bonuses range between 6% - 12% of one's salary based on performance rating and company results.
If you are a top-performer, you're lucky to get 2-3% a year.
I am unaware of how much raise or bonus associated received
Answered - Licensed Insurance Producer/Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
No bonus. Flat salary.
Answered - Test Analyst (Former Employee) - Bloomington, IL