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I applied online. I interviewed at State Farm
It was pretty fair. Scenario questions. They ask you have you ever received a call from an upset customer. If so how did you handle it? What are your weaknesses? Have you made a mistake? If so, how did you handle it?
- What are your strengths
Anonymous Employee in Frederick, MD
I applied online. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at State Farm (Frederick, MD)
I started by applying online, completing an online assessment, and had two different face to face interviews. After a 3 month process, I was finally offered a position as a Claims Processor, now referred to as Express claims associate.
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12 days ago
I’ve been with State Farm for about 13 years and I am making 70,000 a year working my ass off in commission sales. I do get a base but I do very well and work really hard. I don’t even know what other sales people make. Is $70,000 a year good? I work about 10 hours a day And I do bust my ass. I just feel like the chargebacks kill me and if I didn’t have chargebacks I would be making probably 80,000 a year and I’d feel better about that. What do most sales people make in insurance?
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Anonymous Employee in Columbia, MO
I applied online. I interviewed at State Farm (Columbia, MO)
Hired at a large hiring pool event. Personal interview followed by group interview. After that was called in a week later to interview with hiring manager. Then a week or so later was called with the offer.
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Anonymous Employee in Lincoln, NE
I applied online. I interviewed at State Farm (Lincoln, NE) in Jan 2017
Very very extensive interview process for just a basic claims role. It was a good company but mind numbing work for the little paying job opportunity. I would recommend this job to someone just coming out of college.
Anonymous Employee in Toronto, ON
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at State Farm (Toronto, ON) in May 2016
You will be asked for a phone interview, then an aptitude test. Once you pass you will be called for any job that is currently hiring, not just the job you applied for.
- Name a time something did you go according to plan and how did you handle it?
I applied online. I interviewed at State Farm
it was friendly, easy. Nothing unexpected. You should do a mock interview prior since there might be a panel interviewing you. Otherwise, just be yourself and confident. They make the decision very quick.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at State Farm
I applied online and received an email within a couple of days to complete the skills assessment test. After a couple of days, I received an email from a recruiter to set up a telephone interview. I completed the telephone interview and was offered a position on the spot. Offer is contingent on a background check. There were a lot of questions pertaining to teamwork and customer service.
- Most difficult question was describe a time when you were able to calm down an angry customer or client.
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at State Farm
Applied online and received a phone call after approximately 1 month. This was an initial phone screening to verify my Resume. I then received a second phone call which was scheduled 1 week later. This was a basic behavioral interview which asked questions about how you handled customers in the past. While others I know had a face to face interview after this but for whatever reason the phone interview I had was sufficient for them to make an offer to me.
- Name a time where you went above and beyond your normal duties for a customer
I applied online. The process took 4 months. I interviewed at State Farm in Jun 2014
I had one phone interview and received a job offer the next day. The phone interview consisted of about 7 questions and only took about 15-20 minutes. Each question gave a scenario and asked how you would provide great customer service.
- Typical how would you respond, what would you do type of questions.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON
I applied online. The process took 2 months. I interviewed at State Farm (Toronto, ON) in Nov 2013
Applied online Took test (competitive score=pass) Telephone interview Still waiting to hear back The whole process was very smooth
- All questions asked were standard interview questions