Questions and Answers about State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company.

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What is the most stressful part about working at State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company?

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Being rushed and told to hurry on everything

Answered - Account Manager (Former Employee) - United States

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I was not given a training program by the agent that hired me and was completely responsible to train myself. I was informed that it would take 4 to 6 months to become comfortable with the systems. I was also promised additional computer equipment that I never received. The managing agent was rarely in the office to counsel or supervise.

Answered - Insurance Agent/Producer (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH

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Call Center work

Answered - Counsel and assist employee's (Former Employee) - New Albany, OH

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I did not find anything overly stressful about working for this carrier.

Answered - Pilot Catastrophe Services Auto (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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Managers aren’t there to equip you with assistance to resolve customer issues they are only there for displinary purposes.

Answered - LICENSED SALES PRODUCER/ACCOUNT REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) - Atlanta North, GA

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Meeting sales quotients

Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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Traffic to and from work

Answered - MUTUAL COMPANY UNDERWRITER ASSISTANT (Former Employee) - Monroe, LA

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Sometimes the call volume would be very high.

Answered - Claims Associate (Former Employee) - Tacoma, WA

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Stretch goals and interoffice politics.

Answered - Sales Representative (Current Employee) - GA

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Workload can be difficult to manage; too much "babysitting" by management for experienced employees.

Answered - Claim Supervisor (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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