State Farm Benefits
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Which benefits does State Farm provide?
Current and former employees report that State Farm provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 2359 comments
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(757 comments)
“tenure based. can roll over.”
- 401K Plan(280 comments)
“it was average. matched small amount”
- Paid Holidays(242 comments)
“No pto or paid anything”
Great Benefits, Great Company to work for
PTO, 401k, Health Insurance and Credit Union
all the benefits you would expect from a fortune 100 company
State Farm's maternity leave package was increased in 2019.
What people are saying about State Farm
a year ago
I work as a fully licensed State Farm Team Member. I have ADHD as well as a few other health problems. Due to my problems- I need a job that doesn’t have me on my feet all day. Currently I am making $13 an hour and I need a pay increase but I am not likely to get that here. I also need benefits which are not provided here. I REALLY need health insurance. I feel like I’m not appreciated like I should be- am I just burnt out or should I look for a new job? Any job recommendations?
4 months ago
Has anyone left State Farm to work for Liberty Mutual? Or know of anyone who has? I heard that liberty mutual still offers a pension, is this true? Just curious about how Liberty Mutual compares to State Farm as an employer. Any insight would be great.
10 months ago
Everyone. Name something that keeps you motivated to stay at your current company. I am at State Farm & I myself enjoy that there is a vast amount of room for growth and development. I also think that the benefits for education advancement are some of the best in any large corporation. I’d love to hear more from everyone as what they think!
a year ago
I’ve been working for my State Farm agency as a team member for 2 years. I am licensed in property and casualty as well as life and health, but only make $13 an hour. I technically can make bonuses but I’m not supposed to dig into a sale and I have to send it to a sales rep (I am service and retention mostly). My boss also has me running a retired agents office until a new one is chosen (its an hour away with no pay increase or mileage pay). Also, no benefits! Should I start job searching?
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So many paid time off options
Hybrid work environment, company pays for licensing, education benefits, excellent insurance coverage, 401K, bonus opportunity, FSA, HSA, they treat employees well.
Typical corporate work ethic. Quantity over quality
No benefits offered at the Agents office
No pto, insurance, 401k, nothing.
No benefit at all with the company