Have job offers for that Claim Team Manager posting gone out yet?
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Yup #1. The #1 company who became #1 off the mental health of its organization. Shameful. I wouldn't be proud of being #1 by deceit and racketeering.
Yup! #1! The middle finger of 5!
Mass hiring at supervisor levels should speak volumes to the average employee in operations. Turnover at the supervisory level on up should tell you how dysfunctional a company is. When supervisors don't believe in the company mission nor how they are expected to lead, the system is broken. SF answer: Put a bandage on a cut that requires major orthopedic surgery. A plow can push only so much weight. They use a garden tractor mower to do what takes a 2 1/2 ton truck. Then, they think their saving money. Stupidest thing to see happen by what is supposed to be the best insurance company in the nation.
Yes they went out a few months ago. It was mostly for ILR/Express roles. They do massive TM hiring's for those depts. almost yearly. Ask yourself if you ever wanted to be a supervisor for a company that has to replace their supervisors en-mass every other year?
If you are claims, ask yourself if you are interested in working for State Farm on salary with no OT. Ask yourself if you want to be the one who has to relay horrificly anti-employee changes to adults who know your verbal repackaging to a positive is 100% BS.
Biggest gripe I hear from TM's is that the pay is terrible if you divide it up by how many hours they are working.
Claim handler, and TM are two roles that people should run from if they are looking for a career. You can have a decent career in these roles, but youll pay the price in stress and frustration.
Stop calling TM's managers, they do not manage, they supervise and relay directives and that is all they do.
Some of the best Team Managers I had in my career had a lot of common sense, understood the spirit of the law and didn't have CPCU, MBA, and all the letters of the alphabet behind their name. They cared about their workers and training was what they loved to do. They loved their subordinates, the company and the job. They need to go back to what worked. The Team Managers today do not believe in the company cadences.
What do you mean you get not hiring you because your not in a hub? I don’t get it. Are we seriously going to promote less qualified people just because they are in a hub? Clearly that’s what’s happening but I certainly don’t get it…
SMH. Must be an Aaron Rodgers psychedelic trip.
What can go wrong needing 150 Team Managers? A Lot!
WTF are you people talking about
CPCU, 2 LDA’s and 3 enterprise project roles. Victim of not being in a hub, which I understand. Minimal TM hiring in LOC’s in years. Hence, the reason we need 150 TM’s over the 2nd half of the year. Had 2 SM’s push to promote me and “the enterprise” wasn’t going in that direction.
This isn’t about me, it’s about how you treat your future leaders. Including you, because obviously you’re waiting to hear back. The “coordinated” TM hiring needs some adjusting. Best of luck!!
How competitive are you?
I applied and interviewed. I have an impressive educational background but no TWA/LDA.
Interviewed in mid July……they said they had to interview 400 people and it wouldn’t be until the mid-end of August.
When I asked how many postings/opportunities were in my geographical area they responded “we don’t know.”
I’m not sure how you get to a point where you need to hire 150-200 TM’s at one time?