Agent Owner (Former Employee) – Colorado – August 20, 2019
The compensation structure makes it incredibly difficult to survive unless you have two full years of savings set aside. Management is very antiquated and driven by old white men. No diversity and very chauvinistic.
Senior Business Architect Consultant (Former Employee) – Bloomington, IL – August 19, 2019
Starting from on-boarding to orientation to the first project, SF provided resources to help get you started with minimum complexity. It was a collaborative work environment that promoted success in your projects.
Customer Service and Sales Agent (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 19, 2019
There is not a lot that I can say about the company. Word from multiple agents and had a very good experience with just about each and every one of them. It offers a great work and life balance also to very competitive pay and very competitive environment to help better yourself and they're willing to teach youyouand.allow you to move up
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 18, 2019
At first I was excited to work for the company, learning my job. But then as time went on I was bullied by my manager so much that i became sick with anxiety which led to me resign. I've never in my life been treated so unfairly, i went through the proper chain of command and still was refused a different manager/team. I believe i would have still been an employee at State Farm only if someone had my back and helped me through this horrid experience.
State Farm Claim (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – August 18, 2019
Terminated for not paying attention, was told it was misconduct, disappointed but life goes on. I indicated that I completed a task but it was not completed, distracted by other task and forgot task at hand.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – August 17, 2019
Pay increases can be slow but if you find a team you like it helps. You learn a lot about how to manage multiple people and the customer service side helps you learn to understand people beyond how they appear.
Agent Staff (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – August 17, 2019
Great training with endless tools that help you become the best agent you can be. lots of training mods via computer and classes help at the corp office. great underwriting team that also offers great help
Claims Adjuster (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 17, 2019
All smoke and mirrors. First week on the floor you will notice depressed under tone of senior employees. Extremely high turn over due to T-2. As glorious as Statefarm sells themselves to the general population, Their attendance policy varies by department. No one policy for the company.Also, Statefarm is the lowest paying company across the industry. Get your licenses and go to a company that will appreciate you and pay you a living wage. Everything varies by department. That doesn’t show value to every employee. Your value is based on your department. Bottom line people are continuously applying to other companies. Statefarm is a sinking ship.