What do you like about working at Farmers?
"The opportunities available for involvement to give something back to the community. The coworkers were always a blast to be around as well as some supervisors and managers. Of course the profit sharing was awesome as well when no other company was taking care of their employees Farmers at least was."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Make a list of questions that are appropriate yet focus on what you value to the interviewer. Also request if you can shadow the position you are interviewing for to get a feel of the place and the position. Your reasoning for this is to make sure you are both fair to the company and yourself to make sure it's a good fit."
What don't you like about working at Farmers?
"Depending on the department is in such as mine, seemed like there was no unity with the rest of the company as a whole, so there was confusion on activates we were to participate in. This is not the company as a whole though - you may get into a dept that is wonderful which is a true statement, but others for reasons unknown there lack a unity, which as a whole encourages employees that are in those departments to not be on board with the vision of the company."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"In departments that stifle unity, in my experience it is managers or directors that micro-manage every little thing. In addition, unity with the entire company is a must as involvement with corporate donations and activities is what keeps employee morale stable or high during challenging times in our country."
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