State Farm needs a come to Jesus moment!
Topics regarding layoffs at State Farm Insurance
Isn't it amazing how great a business is when the employees trust their leadership. It is obvious employees don't trust their leadership? Isn't it obvious employees don't believe their leadership? Businesses fail because of this.
Remember this folks. Titles at SF don't mean jack. Some of the "leadership" got there by who you know. Just remember manager or leader is a title only. They wouldn't be jack if it wasn't for the people who make it happen. They have completely... — read more
I tell people not to be insured with State Farm because of the lack of care towards customers along with the lack of compassion for the employees. Our customer service record has been destroyed by CEO Michael Tipsword and his Chinese manufacturing... — read more
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Interesting to see that the last few fired that I know of are at or over 50 with good reviews at last rating period. The get one person out, hire two more off the street for same salary. It seems like this was the plan all along, make people so... — read more
But as soon as you start posting it on social media and taking credit....You are just feeding your ego or trying to get credit! It doesn't work that way! If you wanna feed the homeless Feed the homeless.... BUT The moment you put it on social... — read more
Why were the previous discussions about it quashed? There was nothing untrue about the unrealistic workloads, unreasonably high performance metrics, tough policies, relentless criticism from unforgiving leadership, constant annoyed/furious customers... — read more
Retirements for Senior-level IT executives were announced this week. We can only imagine what this means for what is coming next.
https://qz.com/work/1635960/whatever-happened-to-six-sigma/ Interesting read. EOM is/was supposed to be SF's six sigma.
See the U Tube video America is not the greatest country anymore. That is how the leadership needs to be addressed to put the train back on track. There is motive and there is reality. They talk diversity and learning environment but when you... — read more
I like to compare SF to,the Titanic. Newest technology, fast, unsinkable, indestructible,luxurious, the future. Full speed ahead!!! SF believes the same lies. However, it's iceberg is coming and it will sink accordingly. Just hope the captain goes... — read more
Hearing that Area meetings are being held and agents asked to sign “commitment letters”. Just wondering if true and what those things say. And why an agent with a contract would voluntarily sign something that requires activity not covered by that... — read more
I have three large loss fires where Insds need help with general next steps (contents processing, finding temp home, dealing with contractors). I have numerous other claims to tend to too. I cannot help them because (1) I'm busy focusing on... — read more
Let me take you on a journey. The year is 2015, and there are free water cups stacked to the ceiling in the corporate cafeteria. SF is adding more autos than geico and progressive combined, and Bloomington IL is absolutely THRIVING. The housing... — read more
Tipsturd is a glorified bean counter. Add and Subtract with no real understanding or ability to apply economics to the numbers So, it's time once again to school the fool... #1 the numbers you analyze so much to make decisions on a day to day basis... — read more
State Farm's only concern is hitting their roadmap numbers. They are cutting jobs left and right just so managers will continue to receive a bonus. I recently sat in on a VPO staff meeting where each department was instructed on what they... — read more
https://ilbusinessdaily.com/stories/513051861-state-farm-bank-fsb-in-bloomington-rated-as-outstanding-by-feds I have not found the Bank to be particularly user friendly, but regulators are apparently impressed.
Shakespeare once famously wrote..." A Tipsturd by any other name us still a heaping smelly pile of worthless terds". Paraphrasing, of course and just an observation.
When I started working at State Farm, the company’s net worth was maybe 50-60 billion. The little slip of paper attached to my most recent policy gives a current number, if I recall correctly, of about 156 billion. That’s a lot of... — read more
A former co-worker told me about a recent conversation with their TM about their Proximity Claim load. They were told by the TM in so many words that they had to either shut up and accept it, or start looking for another job. Are things this toxic... — read more
YouTube Tipsor at a business technology symposium with Allstate CEO talking about A.I. being the future. Tipsor is really too excited about A.I. to the point that the Allstars guy tries to reel him back in...basically Allstars guy says to Tipsor A.I... — read more
SF ranked 4th place that's not bad....what's that? It's 4th worse insurance company in America. according to AJJ article SF ranked 4th worse insurance company based on customer review of quality of service. Does this surprise anyone? SF you get what... — read more
*Green Acres is the place for me. *St Farm taking is the life for me. *Fired all the knowledgeable and experienced folks *pay myself and the board which matters most!
Does anyone know if they are going to bump RA’s to the 33% of the pay scale in ET? Similar to the RE adjustment. I know other departments already have but wondering if ET will follow. No need to comment about dead weight. We can all agree there is... — read more
With some QTDs coming up I hope everyone is doing ok. Remember you are not alone and there is healing and life after SF. I look back with appreciation on what I’ve been able to do since leaving earlier than planned. Although unexpected and upsetting... — read more
60 minutes us working on secret expose on how MT took away benefits from future retirees...it's gonna be bad. Maybe not $250M buy off a judge bad, but bad.
I work for corporate and I can tell you they have a department of “social media awareness” shills who get paid just to post pro State Farm messages on boards like this. Keep a heads up for these posters who weirdly call for things that no one else... — read more
8/31/20 Ha ha delete it all you want. Whoc you next
T is for greed. I is for greed P is for greed S is for greed T is for greed U is for greed R is for greed D is for greed
"International Business Machines Corp. has fired as many as 100,000 employees in the last few years in an effort to boost its appeal to millennials and make it appear to be as “cool” and “trendy” as Amazon and Google, according to a deposition from a... — read more
40 hours PSL 1 day PT 6 weeks paternal leave Double 401k match
Just wondering? I don't think things will ever return to normal in ET till they leave for the next account to push "IT transformation" onto their next client. Executive can thank them for fulfilling the role they were brought here for, they can... — read more
The belief that Michael dupped Ed and has gone a different direction than they agreed fades further from plausibility each day that Ed doesn't buy & save the downtown building. Tick tock...
If you question or suggest that the decisions being made are not a good idea....you will be written up for not being "adaptable" "flexible" "open to change"...... Just happened to me. I tried to respectfully say (after being asked) why I thought... — read more
I know that there’s an always-present danger of office closures at SF, but I wanted to ask has there been any talk or rumors about could any other location (or locations) be closed shortly, making this a wave of office closures, so to speak? Are they... — read more