Thread regarding State Farm Insurance layoffs

If they want me to work harder, they need to pay more

The load is getting bigger, and I'm getting paid almost the same as when I had much less to do. They should either reduce the workload or give us a adequate pay for all the extra work, because otherwise, who will stay here if elsewhere they can be paid much more for the same effort? Some here write that they do not feel underpaid. I am glad that there are some who feel that way, but I think there are a lot more of us who don't. Unfortunately, I don’t see SF worrying much about that.

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They should either reduce the workload or give us a adequate pay for all the extra work,

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sounds like a whiny woke gen zer.....who'd thought getting a job meant actual work. if you don't think you're paid enough, get your resume together and find another job.

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Post ID: @9lmc+1gBKvdAR

Hey DA-check out Allstate India-they are recruiting for injury claim reps in Pune. We have learned a lot from Allstate. We appreciate them teaching us what to do and not do. Your understanding of the law is hilarious.

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Post ID: @4dbq+1gBKvdAR

Do you not know what authorized to work IN the US means? D-mb a-s.
That doesn’t mean some insurance company wants you to be cheap labor. It means you have to be authorized to live and work here.

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Post ID: @4srp+1gBKvdAR

You just answered your own question -“ authorized IN the U.S.” The India personnel obviously reside in India and t’hat requirement does not apply. We have learned a lot from observing Allstate. Sometimes it is good to go second…..

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Post ID: @2crz+1gBKvdAR

I wonder why there’s a requirement of being a US citizen or a legal alien authorized to work in the United States for Texas. Hmmmmmm. Wake up sheep.

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Post ID: @2ddf+1gBKvdAR

Wrong again minion. The states will approve a license for a “foreign” adjuster domiciled in India as long as they are affiliated/supported by a domestic insurer. . How do I know we already did.

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Post ID: @2nvw+1gBKvdAR

Lmao you obviously know nothing. They just renewed my policy.
Both claim handlers were based in Dallas.
Claim jobs are not the same as policy service. They can update credit card numbers in India all they want.
I mean do you even think? You can’t be licensed without having a home state. India is not a state.

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Post ID: @2kkx+1gBKvdAR

Wow you didn’t even know you were dealing with India-impressive. Go to their layoff site to learn about all the claims jobs in India. Also, if you have had 2 claims you won’t be with Allstate any longer.

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Post ID: @2hlv+1gBKvdAR

I have Allstate for my own insurance. I’ve had a couple of claims recently and not once have I spoke to a claim handler in India. They can’t outsource licensed states to India. Our jobs aren’t going to India anytime soon. We are essential.

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Post ID: @1vbm+1gBKvdAR

Yes, you are so essential that Allstate moved the identical jobs to India and seems quite pleased with the service, cost and customer satisfaction.

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Post ID: @1svn+1gBKvdAR

You can always tell the same people comment when people complain about the workload, you can just leave is the standard answer . While they have never answered a phone or handled a claim. I want you to remember we are essential to the business, you are not.

Not too long ago, a bunch of systems positions were cut, long term employees that liked their jobs with lots of tenure. Many were close to retirement and were forced into claims if they want to stay with SF. Many left after 6 months, crying everyday about how unfair the company has been to them. Not one lasted past a year.

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Post ID: @1ceq+1gBKvdAR

Straight through systematic claim processing and India. Will really impress, be great and protect our policyholders. Not

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Post ID: @1mim+1gBKvdAR

Look at some of these responses. It does show how mean and vindictive people are. The look in the mirror comment illustrates a complete lack of empathy and understanding. This is leadership in the nation's largest insurer? If not leadership, a very ugly workforce. Make each other better by not being so darn mean.

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Post ID: @wjq+1gBKvdAR

"If they want me to work harder, they need to pay more"

I think I see the issue. You would too if you looked in the mirror.

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Post ID: @fal+1gBKvdAR

If you are in claims you are over paid. The upcoming claims workforce in India is much more economical.

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Post ID: @sxx+1gBKvdAR

One of these days you all will learn that SF does not care about your well being nor sanity. Their objective is to use you and abuse you till they can find another to fit your spot. Their objective is to paint such a pretty picture of their organization while behind closed doors the company is vindictive and rotten to the core. Their sense of being so much better than the middle class is astonishing and how they look down on anyone who they consider less than them. The truly believe their money creates values instead of ethics and virtues. Until there is a change in this regard, it is best to understand it and navigate accordingly.

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