And I like it that way.
Topics regarding layoffs at State Farm Insurance
I have noticed recently the gotcha guys or otherwise known as the trainers or reinspectors are in high gear to find something to write you up on. I am a veteran in the field and one of the few in my area that actually can repair a vehicle and have... — read more
I REALLY WISH IT WAS MORE SIMPLE THAN MOST MAKE IT OUT TO BE. NECHO IS SO OUTDATED AND ECRM IS A PLATFORM YOU CAN SPEND ALL YOUR DAY TYPING AWAY INSTEAD OF CONNECTING WITH PROSPECTS. I SPEND PROBABLY AROUND 80% OF MY DAY ON ECRM 20% ON THE PHONE... — read more
Hey SF any hiring going on there? Allstate is screwing employees across the board
The creeps analyzing and managing everything want this for professional level employees.
I am hearing about stealth layoff. Do you see any one disappearing in your BU?
Had a house and auto policy for a couple of years with SF. Then suddenly the rates started to increase. There was no change in customer information that would have justified this increase. Agent could not answer why other than the standard SF... — read more
Am I the only one who feels this way? Not having to commute gave me back two hours of my life each day. Now I'm worried about readjusting once again when things go back to (relative) normal - I will miss those hours! Not to mention other small... — read more
Just wondered with all of the pandemic-related changes, such as WFH, if the State Farm Bank sale to US Bank was still on track and if determinations had been made on how all of the Bank employees would taken care of?
Whatever happened to “Quantum”? Just another harebrained “strategy” thought up by overpaid, worthless “leaders”? Seriously, did they just totally abandon whatever “Quantum” was supposed to be?
So, I felt lucky to move to claims a few years ago because it was clear the bank was a mess at that time. Then, the clowns that amplified the bank's mess were the ones allowed to stay in control. Seems like the same thing is happening in claims. ... — read more
I hear this is the new rallying cry from agents. State Farm has been the largest auto insurer in the U.S. since 1942, 78 years. In 2016 , Warren Buffett predicted Geico would takeover State Farm as the #1 auto insurer in the US on his 100th... — read more
What is everyone’s thought process? Safe? Too soon? Volunteers? Why with a serge now happening?
“I can’t be bothered with sending weekly messages anymore, it’s all about me, I have things to do and places to be, you all had your fun talking about racial injustice for a week, but now it’s time to get back to work.”
Weve seen how weak leadership has affected many cities. We at SF know all about weak leadership. They dont know how to fix it. literally guessing what to do next. No changes have stopped SFs slide. When do the riots start, cries for change? Rise up... — read more
Was outside my house yesterday when a gentleman walked by. We chatted. I found out he was an attorney that specializes in divorce. Without me saying anything he said: The nest place to work and go through a divorce is State Farm Insurance. Now... — read more
With companies offering more buyouts and SF associates currently WFH; this would be a good time to close all non-hub locations. For associates still needed allow them to WFH for others give them a severance package.
going forward, will all the protesting now dividing along racial lines create a hostile working environment?
A lot has been questioned about Contact Tracing amd when reading the retry “plan” it appears required “health checks” and apps are needed to come back on site. This seems to be a privacy and questionable network of people involved and privacy... — read more
“Because now, more than ever, being a good neighbor mean everything.” Accordionists to the CEO. He’s right- yet terminating a large amount of analysts is not that. And it means everything. Leadership gave no indication that we weren’t... — read more
I'm curious, are SF Bankers finding jobs within the company fairly easily? If not, how about outside SF? Covid19 probably put a damper on outside positions.
state farm continues to lose market share to geico and progressive and ceo says our model works. talk about having the head in the sand.
Why are so many managers not tech savvy, mo–ns, don’t understand technology, unqualified, and just lack backbone to make any waves? There are so many options who are ready for management than are currently in it who would do much better.
Friend left SF for Farmers. She Says managers and CEO super supportive and thank employees a lot. How sad is that that Farmers,treats employees better than SF. Shameful. Take your Sf training knowledge and experience to Farmers..Good news is that... — read more
Seeing a lot of sad things on here about the culture at SF. This is how they use systems to dehumanize employees in all areas and control calling it “digital” or “metrics” or “quality” or “data analysis”. It’s how Communism works in many... — read more
This is a bit of a sad story, but here we go. I was once working the best I could as a claim spec under the "new model", and doing a pretty good job by all metrics. Even still, I was struggling from some burnout. My boss was breathing down my neck... — read more
Any idea when their end date is or lay-off date?
Between no jobs in the industry and Bank closing, SV, DP, and SM keep marching employees into the ocean. Between delaying people trying to leave with no job for them in end and giving everyone other analyst no options, it’s a terrible move for an... — read more
Trying to maintain social distancing and steer clear of germs in densely packed open floor plan with co-workers less than 3 feet apart will only continue the spread the coronavirus. What is Administrative Services doing about reconfiguring the... — read more
Big data is not safe