Here is my thoughts, we have multiple company's merging into one, we have multiple "home offices" I definitely think alot of cuts will be coming from that area. Also they released the new claims tool all of the claims dept has been training on, I dont believe they will want to train all of esurance on the new system. I have a feeling a good amount of cuts may be comming from that sector. They have also been working on getting other states to get licenses for multi state claim handling. So I do believe this has been in the works for awhile but the pandemic may have sped up the process. I also know in the past one manager over saw larger groups of people vs the small teams we have now. No doubt they will be doing that again. It's also inevitable they will be getting rid of our brick and mortar where they can and making virtual departments. (Again this is just my thoughts on this all)
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I don’t care what they change. I am done with this company.they have horrible insurance for employees. I can’t work with these morals.
The new claims tool is from Esurance and tweaked for Allstate. Also Esurance's claims handling is/was one of the tops in the nation. I figure far more Esurance claims employees that came over in the merger will be kept than Allstate claims employees.