How did a once great company get overtaken by a sociopath?
Topics regarding layoffs at State Farm Insurance
Anyone hear rumor about employees contacting DOL inquiring about violations under ERISA. Apparently upset employees over 50 yrs old are being laid off before retirement age and not getting medical benefits because SF taking it away. Denial if... — read more
State Farm Bank is closing. All their loans will be outsourced to Quicken Loans. Definitely no surprised by this information.
Please sign the petition for Tipsord to resign. http://chng.it/KJJL77YVwF
WARN NOTICE State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. Jacksonville Operations Center PERIOD 6/26/2019 x 8/31/2019 AFFECTED HEADCOUNT: 300 Industry: Finance and Insurance Jacksonville Operations Center thru 8001 Baymeadows Way 11/30/2019... — read more
Has anyone heard when the Newark and New Albany offices in Ohio are closings?
A scared leader stockpiles assets and squeezes expenses. Anyone can do these two basic things. A true leader has a vision and motivates the organization to get there. It's unfortunate that State Farm, a once fascinating anonmoly in the business... — read more
LTD via CIGNA offered through State Farm S---S! Just Google CIGNA LTD complaints. Knowledge is power! — read more
Whether or not SF leadership can't see beyond, it is important for all those who make it happen and keep the promises to remember to practice "excess happiness" as Patch would say. Don't let that business control your happiness and take your health... — read more
Does anyone have any opinions? I mean will certain positions be affected more than others, certain locations etc...
Is State Farm planning another round of layoffs in Enterprise Technology in 2020? Does anyone have any information?
The throne of lies..."no transition plans" in March...but in June there is one that leadership has been working on for months! All the VP's, AVP's, Directors (-1 due to location) jobs are safe. Cutting one of the higher paid jobs would allow some... — read more
As a retiree, I am really disappointed with how the company is treating the employees who believe in and keep the promises.
Then, why the heck would anyone work for them? Run Forrest RUN!
I'm wondering, since other companies sure do. And State Farm sure seems more than happy to get rid of them - at least judging by who is being laid off every time. So has it ever happen? Has anybody who submitted their resignation been offered... — read more
Allhater here. 20 years and believe me posts I read we have it equally bad at “good hands.” Staff miserable CEO who is near top for bonuses no health coverage frozen pay layoffs. And we are told no plans to create hubs which is clearly a lie and... — read more
I am disturbed by what i hear about former svp now retired that warned her claim rep sister about upcoming transitions so she could maximize her options. I wasnt given a heads up and retired before any transition announced. Remedies? — read more
So, I hear an internal study about State Farm's employment package came back really bad. It found employees are grossly underpaid, and benefits are much worse than comparable employment with other companies. Bet the peons never hear anything about... — read more
Just this past week a 19 year employee in Nebraska who they loved gave his two week notice. A section manager and a claim manager (who was at an airport) conference called him/her and offered a RB3 position. He/her declined respectfully. They were... — read more
Apparently he got a 1 out of 5 on all 3 categories. What's funnier is the board and everyone saw these surveys as well. He won't be around much longer. — read more
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=take+this+job+and+shove+it&view=detail&mid=357D6D3D9BD598623769357D6D3D9BD598623769&FORM=VIRE — read more
Very interesting that the current to future staffing changes at the Executive and MG6 level remain untouched. So those making the decisions felt that their value to the company is so big that they must all remain in their high salaried jobs, while... — read more
I heard an ex employee is going to town talking about destruction of documents? Has anybody heard anything?
Johnny Jim and Tom were all employed by SF and were in the mentoring program. Johnny mentored Jim and Jim mentored Tom. Jim was a good mentee to Tom and believed everything he said with the exception of "Don't drink their Kool Aid and they really... — read more
A human trait of ignorance. The inability to recognize the boundaries of one's knowledge combined with the inability to effectively collaborate with those who hold knowledge outside of one's boundaries. A dangerous trait when in conjunction with an... — read more
Sudden all hands meeting tomorrow. HR is included. Rumors running wild about layoffs. Anyone have facts?
Magnanimous Intelligent Caring Humble Alpha Effervescent Loquacious Likeable Energetic Omniscient Nonpareil Triumphant Incisive Potent Superlative Outstanding Regal Decisive — read more
If the benefits are so good, why is the turnover so high?
How do you feel about it?
I applied for a claim rep position in Texas. Just received my BS degree in accounting. Any recommendations?
Can someone with expeirience chime in here - how is the career path of the Management Cosultant at State Farm - I hear there are same openings and wanted to see what people think. Thank you.
Everyone, please look up, read and reread state Farm mission statement, vision statement and shared values. If you have experienced being a member of "the State Farm Family," you will find all three are outright lies. How can a company layoff people... — read more
So Here is my question and opinion. In 2012 the benefit package was changed. Things that were lost at retirement. Paid off life policy at retirement. Spouse does not receive 200.00 a month for Medicare supplement. Spouse is charged full price for... — read more
109 Billion in the bank ---- So did you enjoy an ice cream cone.
I am sure you have heard "We pay what we owe, no more and no less." Well, remember this as you read through these posts that have a common theme. State Farm does not give you a darn thing. Give in not in their vocabulary. Everything you get, you... — read more
Guess Irvine and Bakersfield employees get to join the tent folks on the sidewalks.
A VPA once asked me:. "Do you know what the life expectancy of an adjuster is after retirement?". I said: "I have no idea!". He said: "Three years!". I don't know about any of you but there is no job worth living just three years after retirement! NO... — read more