There are still a ton of finance, credit, analysts, mangers etc
Topics regarding layoffs at State Farm Insurance
Since Covid and work from home started - are you working extra hours without pay? I did. We can only meet metrics or handle work/life by working outside our shifts. In the beginning there was understanding and "flexibility". Now we have no... — read more
Poor Meek looked so sad today. He not too smart.
https://rutherfordsource.com/covid-19-vaccine-statement-from-rutherford-county-health-department-and-emergency-management/ "Rutherford County, TN—Officials from Rutherford County Health Department (RCHD) say Monday’s relocation of COVID-19 testing... — read more
SF mirrored Google environment with hubs. See today's news? Google employees are forming a union. Interesting.
Wondering if there is a risk of going public. Interesting how we are giving up the financial services which were going to save the Company at one time to return to the core products. On the path of moving from number 1 to number three in premium... — read more
Just like our government, SF wants you to live in fear. Remember folks just like the customer, you have liberty and freedom. Do not let any totalitarian take your liberty.
What’s the word on increased home expense reimbursement? All utilities increasing regardless of your geographic location, along with paying for your own internet. How much longer will SF freeload?
The Jake from State Farm commercials always seems to accept gifts and gratuitous payments. Can he really be objective with his claims handling with all these gifts? They are not nominal; steaks value $100. Any thoughts?
REMEMBER! It's all about me....take care of yourself.....It's a business decision ....... we've all heard it! They will soon pay the devil his dues for short term profit gain. Scary days are coming. Be ready.
If yes, what are we doing with all that space? What locations are not WFH (if any)?
I often hear that the pandemic came as a good excuse to close offices and lay off 10,000 people, and I saw that someone mentioned it on this forum as well. I wonder if you really think so, that it’s just an excuse? If you do, I wonder what do you... — read more
Does anyone have information of changes coming in 2021?
When do the bank finance analysts get paid off?
News of the office closure and layoffs came to light after State Farm sent a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) to the Missouri Department... — read more
Tomorrow we get the preference forms and will have to put in for the new positions by next week. Anyone who isn't selected or opts out will have a termination date of March 31.
Hey y'all! Y'all are gonna go through the emotional roller coaster with the office closing and transition to Dallas. The best advice I can give you is know there is life beyond State Farm. I know it's easy to say but having gone through it many... — read more
So 11 LOCs and approx 10,000 employees were affected by announcement a few weeks that ago the LOCs are now permanently closed and we will continue working from home "for now", and we will hear more by end of 2nd quarter 2021. Any chance they keep any... — read more
WHF has been in many ways a disaster. Between the Shiite equipment and c-appy software, it is a wonder that anyone actually gets to claims. The worst part of this is that frontline management blames theses issues on the handlers. If I wanted to be a... — read more
Area insurance agent Bobby Britt is retiring after 39 years with State Farm. Bobby Britt isn't a stranger to Brookhaven. A Lincoln County native, Britt grew up in... — read more
Did any other aea’s watch this on Tuesday ? Any thoughts ? It is very evident that the so called executives dont have a clue of what we go thru each day...and especially in this covid environment..there was no concern for the employee...very... — read more
If only we could get somebody high up to sit down, determine and eliminate all the positions that are overlapping (and we all know those are not non-managerial roles) we wouldn't need any layoffs of hardworking people who actually contribute to this... — read more
They are still here
Looks like Tippy and the boys getting 10,000 acts of good by kicking thousands to the curb during a world wide pandemic. Please understand it’s a business decision, oh and we need you to give it your all until we figure out how to do it. Don’t forget... — read more
But all employees get to keep their jobs and continue working from home. Frankly, if it was me, I'd consider that a... — read more
Heard SF teetering on bankruptcy due to mass policy flight and reduction of quality service.
Anyone else heard the news for today? All offices are not returning and all leadership will be moving to a hub or Bloomington. This should take 3 years!!! Sounds like I need a new job.
Has anyone heard anything about changes to the pension. What I have heard is after 35 years you can retire at full benefits vs waiting till 62. I have heard this from 2 sources anyone else hear anything
We’ve known for over three years that they were going to close. What’s surprising is that the announcement today didn’t mention anything about offering work from home when they close. I guess the plan to get rid of higher paid tenured employees who... — read more
3Q Earnings Could Reveal Insurers' Plans On Layoffs, Low ... Analysts are eager to see the bottom lines as many insurers are starting to show cracks in the economic foundation – in the form of significant employee... — read more
Did anyone feel the vote topic and comment from Tips weekly email was a little more direct than HR would allow for political view?
I have 30+ years with the company...seen the great times, good times and what we have today..... Sorry for the long read! The problem with State Farm (and a lot of companies) is that its executive leadership team really has no clue what it is... — read more
Looks like Country Financial followed the same model from SF. Laid off 200 workers, eliminated the pension for 2021 and modified the existing pension.
I heard a rumor about a January announcement regarding further buyout or severance for proximity workers. Unsubstantiated and wondering if others have heard?
Anything being done to help the last ones remaining?