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30+ days ago

Auto Damage Adjuster Trainee - San Antonio, TX

Geico Texas

Want to work with one of the nation's fastest growing auto insurers? Not looking for a desk job? At GEICO, our Auto Damage Insurance Adjusters are… Geico


30+ days ago

Management Development Program, Customer Service Management Training - Frederick

Geico Fredericksburg, VA

GEICO is looking for bright, driven college seniors and graduates to join our accelerated Management Development Program in the Customer Service… Geico


2 days ago

Underwriting Systems Analyst - Chevy Chase, MD – new

Geico Chevy Chase, MD

GEICO is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our Underwriting, Reserving & Control (URC) department as an Information Systems Analyst. As a… Geico


30+ days ago

Enterprise Desktop Architect

Geico Chevy Chase, MD

include training and mentoring staff. Candidate Qualifications… Geico


30+ days ago

Graphic Designer - Chevy Chase, MD

Geico Chevy Chase, MD

The corporate communications department is looking for an experienced, talented graphic designer to work on a wide range of projects. We are looking… Geico


30+ days ago

Management Development Program, Auto Damage - Clinton

Geico Maryland

GEICO is looking for bright, driven college seniors and graduates to join our accelerated Management Development Program in the Auto Damage adjuster… Geico


30+ days ago

Management Development Program, Auto Damage Management Training

Geico Vermont +6 locations

GEICO is looking for bright, driven college seniors and graduates to join our accelerated Management Development Program in the Auto Damage adjuster… Geico


30+ days ago

Auto Damage Trainee - Westchester, NY

Geico New York, NY

*This is for the Bronx, Westchester and Rockland areas* Want to work with one of the nation's fastest growing auto insurers? Not looking for a… Geico


30+ days ago

Title Processing Clerk

Geico Macon, GA

Do you have what it takes to be empathetic and provide outstanding customer service? As a Claims Salvage Customer Service Representative at GEICO… Geico


22 days ago

Auto Damage Trainee - Pittsburgh, PA

Geico Pennsylvania

Want to work with one of the nation's fastest growing auto insurers? Not looking for a desk job? At GEICO, our Auto Damage Insurance Adjusters are… Geico


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    Welcome to the chopping block...I mean GEICO

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    Former Employee - Licensed Insurance Agent in Virginia Beach, VA (US)
    Former Employee - Licensed Insurance Agent in Virginia Beach, VA (US)

    I worked at GEICO full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Friendly atmosphere, relatively down to earth employees, extensive training, great pay, endless benefits and opportunity for growth.

    Cons

    This job is very similar people in your life; when you're doing good they love you. When you're not doing so good, they want to have nothing to do with you and start looking for the next person to take your spot (while they continue to smile in your face). I will say that they give you enough notice (or what they like to call "memos" to get your numbers up or you will be returning your badge and escorted downstairs by management. You are timed for EVERYTHING, from using the bathroom to documenting files; the time clock system is like Big Brother (but I guess time is money & GEICO is a "low cost provider".) The hours are also VERY long, especially when you're attached to a headset all day. The first three months of training you sit in a classroom and retain a plethora of information about the insurance industry, while you stare at a computer screen all day, which is very cut and dry. It's darn near impossible to stay awake. The training was good, but it was taught and practiced in a Utopian kind of way, because once you get on the phone with customers SITUATIONS ARE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT AND DON'T EVEN COME CLOSE TO WHAT YOU LEARNED IN TRAINING! Then you get errors on your calls for things you never learned, or you get help from your coaches, and the call is monitored and you made a mistake and it's counted against you. The job is beyond stressful, but it pays the bills, gives you plenty of leave time, and full benefits, so you put up with the gray strands sprouting from your scalp.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    First off, please stop saying Geico us not a call center.... Because it is. If you're in a cubicle, attached to a headset on the phone all day, hate to break it to you.... But you're in a call center, Stop welcoming in employees and filling up their heads that GEICO is the greatest thing since sliced bread (it's your job, you're passionate about it, I get it) but if your employees aren't oriented into the company yet... Stop making them think that they're part of the GEICO family, because they really aren't. Be more realistic with the expectations and upfront with the possibility that if you don't meet the mark, then you will be fired. Stop with the sugar coating memos that say, "we wil determine if you'll move to the next step or we may give you additional training" and just keep it real and say "get it together of we're letting you go". Stop giving people false hope and just get to the point.

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