Whenever someone leaves, their job is transferred to the rest of us. That way I now do work for several people. It becomes unclear which job should be a priority, whether I should continue to be the most dedicated to my job or whether the priority should be the work of people who have left. Allstate is one big mess.
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You work in auto claims. Come work in property claims and you will sing a different tune.
@3kks+1aQ3cvie if you think it's hard, you're a special kind of stupid
12 years and you still haven't realized that claims is not an easy job? Slow learner.
How many years have you worked in claims?
It's almost like claims is not that hard
TOO BAD SO SAD! Welcome to Allstate claims the most underpaid AND overworked adjusters in the industry
:eyerolll: that is now your work... That is what happens when someone quits/is termed and isn't replaced.
It was like that at the prior major insurance company I worked for as well. The work you inherited from the adjusters who quit is sadly yours now . Unfortunately, Allstate laid off too many adjusters and now the customer suffers as a result of delays , overworked adjusters and awful morale . Transformative growth no Bueno
The expectation is you do it all. It’s their plan to get you to quit OR give you a 0.5% raise for not meeting the new goals.
Any work transferred to you in NOW your job. No idea why you would separate them