Recruiting and Training Specialist (Former Employee), Reston, VA – March 24, 2014
Recruiting and Training Specialist: Responsible for implementing new and attractive techniques to recruit/persuade various types of professionals to produce insurance sales for Farmers Insurance. Candidates were not limited to current business owners for our Owner/Operator program in which you need 50K in liquid assets, independent agents and exclusive – more... agents to participate in our 36 month agent training program, and entrepreneurs. – less
Agent/CSR (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – October 1, 2014
Working for the largest agent in his territory had it's benefits but also downfalls. We were very busy trying to keep existing clients from leaving due to massive rate increases so it left little to no time to market to new clients.
P&C Insurance Agent (Former Employee), PA – September 30, 2014
• Inspected manufactured medical and optical parts for quality standards in one of the most precise manufacturing companies in the country • Provided feedback to the manager as well as to CNC machine operators on quality and standards of the products, and as a result contributed to establishing of the open communication among the employees • Monitored – more... inspection equipment such as electronic microscope, different gauges, and computer and developed detail oriented skills – less
Font Desk (Former Employee), Coleman, TX – September 22, 2014
Pros: off on the weekends
Cons: getting paid once a month
I worked 2 to 5 here. Enjoyed being around the people that came in. The manager was a awesome understand person to work with. I learned to file paper work and learned how to use the software that was used for the company.
Therapeutic Horseback Riding Instructor (Former Employee), Milton, GA – September 18, 2014
• Answered phones, processed payments, verified policy information, advised clients in critical situations • Prospecting potential clients • Strategic marketing planning • Professional standard of practice for incoming/outgoing correspondence
receptionist (Former Employee), El Paso, TX – September 17, 2014
After school I would go to work. I was still a junior in high school. At Farmers I learned how to take customer's payments, take quotes, and be a good receptionist. Management there was really good, if needed help in anything they would be there to help. The hardest part of the job was just keeping up with phone calls all at one time, other than that – more... I really enjoyed working at Farmers as a receptionist. – less
Great place to start after college graduation but you do put in a lot of hours
Senior Claims Representative (Former Employee), National City, CA – September 10, 2014
Pros: great training and company benefits.
Cons: heavy caseload and long hours.
I enjoyed my co-workers and I'm still close to a lot of them after several years of not working for Farmers Insurance. The job is demanding and a lot of requirements to close or settle a file. Farmers, however, at the time, provided excellent training. You need thick skin to be an adjuster and absolutely no crying! People can get nasty and you have – more... to keep your cool. Farmers has excellent benefits. Be prepared to work in a fast paced environment. It will be a damper on your personal life if you do not know how to prioritize and balance your job. – less