This company is doing everything as sneaky as possible to make adjusters quit. Tremendous file load, processes, and short staffing. Obviously, they want all to leave so they can ramp up India adjusters. What a mess
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Eric Brandt will be in trouble by year end. Missed the mark on the impact that the TG job reductions would have on morale and workloads, leading to increased post TG turnover. He's quite excited that his scorecards are green on expenses, but any id--t can do that. Claims service a pain point for agencies, and GS will not accept that as a barrier to growth and retention of customers.
The hubs will be staffed up soon and those that remained after the big lay offs in November in the non hub states will be let go as soon as these 75K per year tenured adjusters can be replaced with 45K new young adjusters in the zones, and 20K adjusters in India. It’s simple math and cut throat Allstate at its best. Big opportunities and exciting times. Huh Eric ?
Wouldn't call it sneaky... It is pretty blatant
National general needs 14 adjusters11
They laid off all the good claim reps and left the horrible ones. It gets worse every day.
They will hire in the meantime to replace those leaving. It takes a long time to be proficient at claims. Prior experienced adjusters don’t want to work at Allstate. This company is exploding
OP, you do realize that this is all by design yes? All part of the plan. What you call a mess Glenn Shapiro calls Transformative Growth. And you are just a small pawn in it. Reduce costs by forcing employees to their breaking point on purpose to quit. Every head they get to quit cuts costs without having to pay out unemployment and severance.
Yep, and it’s working!!!
Um, duh! Where have you been?