Thread regarding State Farm Insurance layoffs

Everything could be much more relaxed

I think that it is a part of State Farm culture, that managers complicate everything to such an extent that employees lose the will to work at all.
Have you noticed that too? Why do the superiors have such a need to complicate things that could be simple and stress-free? I have to leave this place as soon as possible.

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This is what bothers me so much about claims and state farm. None of this has to be this way. Claims should be a desirable role within an auto insurance company, its our core business. We should have people fighting to get a role in claims, it should have prestige, and the workers should be cared for.

Unfortunately, they wanted to reduce operating costs at any expense, and now likely will pay out the nose for years on the revolving door that is claims.

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Post ID: @1sfo+1hUoR0Qr

I worked with the company for almost 20 years and I got tired of being super micromanaged. I had to explain why my mouse didn't move for 3 to 5 minutes at a time. I had to explain why I was in unplanned activity to go to the bathroom for 7 minutes when my supervisor knew I had health issues. I ended up quitting. I honestly don't know how there isn't a lawsuit against the way they treat their employees, always checking up on them and causing unnecessary stress which leads to people being in therapy and on medications to deal with the stress and anxiety of this place

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Post ID: @wbs+1hUoR0Qr

Straight up answer, leadership doesn’t do your job, chances are the people who feedback those systems are always it’s good/yes sir/yes mam types. Makes 0 sense having none IT related people feed backing processes, but it’s a way to get those tools pushed through.

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Post ID: @ili+1hUoR0Qr

I do nothing different today in handling Injury Claims than I did 10-15 years ago. It just takes 10x as long to do with our “tools.” Not to mention data accuracy that has absolutely nothing to do with protecting the interests of our customers. I’m convinced that if we were still in the office, there would be a template or form to fill out while using the bathroom.

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