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Has anyone heard the news that State Farm is ending homeowner policies in California? How will this affect Residential Property Field Adjusters? I am concerned about job security since auto and commercial jobs with State Farm in California are majority already filled.
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?
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Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
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- "Great benefits and enjoyed working there" (in 1620 reviews)
- "It was good pay but I had worked there for over 20 years so I had earned to the salary." (in 842 reviews)
- "It's very interesting and you meet great people!" (in 644 reviews)
- "Great training and resources will be setup to do your job with confidence and continuous improvement." (in 394 reviews)
- "401k and pension." (in 284 reviews)
- "Micro management and very goal oriented" (in 494 reviews)
- "No work/life balance and lack of sympathy when it comes to unavoidable absences (including FMLA and ADA leaves)" (in 399 reviews)
- "Some managers do the bear minimum when it comes to annual merit rating and fighting for raises." (in 258 reviews)
- "The cons of working in an agency for State Farm is that the salary is low and lots of cold calling." (in 245 reviews)
- "Factored in to whether an employee is granted time off: seniority and yearly/quarterly reviews." (in 237 reviews)
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- 5.0Sep 20, 2014IT Student InternFormer Intern, more than 1 yearBloomington, IL
State Farm is a friendly work environment with a company that pays fairly and treats employees like they matter
The job was dull and for many others it was very stressful
- 5.0Apr 16, 2022CCC Retention Specialist ICurrent Employee, more than 5 years
Excellent benefits for a part time position
Very strict in monitoring calls and always add on more to do but not change your pay2
- 5.0Sep 9, 2014Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 8 years
The pay is amazing and State Farm has processes in place that ensure fair salary distribution
At times is very politically correct. Too much at times but that is the corporate culture now you have to watch everything you say and do.
- 5.0Jun 11, 2014Customer Relations RepresentativeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearFlorence, KY
Best commision any other office would even try to compete with, Great agent great office manager and great staff! Open time is nice and the pay is great as long as you like to sale.
No raises and only two weeks max vacation time
- 4.0Sep 29, 2022PIP/MPC Claim SpecialiatCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsRichardson, TX
Amazing benefits, management and co-workers are very professional. Many positions are hybrid, 75% of the time at home, 25% in office. Pay is fair and claims experience is not a requirement of joining the company for many positions.
This job is difficult and you will feel overwhelmed at times, no matter your experience. Overtime is not often mandatory but you will find yourself working it due to the demands of your position. Training is paid but is lacking, the hybrid environment is not conducive to learning. Employees will need to be flexible as you can be moved to a different segment based on company needs.1
- 4.0Jun 21, 2010Systems AnalystCurrent EmployeeChampaign, IL
Great perks as intern. very chilled atmosphere
the pay is a little less and the quality of projects given is not that great
- 3.0Feb 6, 2017Office Sales RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsRome, GA
Extremely flexible with work / home life, owner always willing to hear you out and help when you ask for it.
Goals are not attainable and pay is not very good for someone with a family. You should not have to struggle to break even.
- 3.0Oct 26, 2020Customer ServiceCurrent EmployeeParker, CO
Chance to help customers lower their insurance costs.
Low base pay and very little to no benefits depending on your office of employment.
- 4.0Jul 13, 2021Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearSan Diego, CA
Great flexibility and time off
The downside to working at the state farm was the pay and benefits. The pay was low for the industry standard and there was not much room for commission