"I’ve worked for GEICO for almost six years now. While it was my first “adult” job, it honestly hasn’t been too fulfilling. Nothing against the company or management, I just don’t feel that I’ve been utilized properly and I’m looking to find a company & position where I’ll fit more properly."
"Working for Geico is like being an indentured servant instead of an employee. You have to work at least 60 hours a week to keep your head above water while being paid for 38.75 hours. Prepare to be micromanaged as you never have been before while management listens in on your phone calls and explains to you why you failed to persuade the customer to accept a substandard repair of their automobile as per company guidelines. Company benefits such as profit sharing and tuition assistance seem great at first until you realize that these benefits are rarely paid to anyone due to high employee turnover and lack of time to do anything but work for Geico. The Human Resources dept keeps pumping in positive feedback from our new employees on all of the job review websites to keep the scam going. They will all be tired, frustrated, and burned out in less than 2 years from trying to meet impossible goals and expectations."
"I am proud of my contribution to the teamwork that went into making GEICO the number one auto insurer in New York State and number 2 in the USA."
"I've worked at Geico for roughly a year and a half and have had a good experience overall. Some issues on my initial onboarding and getting settled in but nothing major. I have been treated well and with respect and have worked with many wonderful people. On the whole Geico does very well in regards to its treatments of its employees."
"2018 was the year I started working with my company. I’ve gained a stronger backbone since I became a member due to their in service training for workers and updating us with new technologies in the environment."
"Good work place, perfect environment to get motivated."
"I was amazed at the ambiance when I first walked in. All employees were well dressed and professional. I didn't believe the way everyone was so polite and attentive. I would definitely utilize this place again. The only part that was disconcerting were the restrooms as they were not as clean as I prefer."
"I worked in Geico for multiple project ,and always a good experience with them. I can consider them as they are reliable and always care for quality of applications that they create. Thats why I can say Geico always grows in this industry this is what I can say about them."
"It is a strong company to work for. I have enjoyed it. I just feel that I am ready to expand my expertise."
"Loved my job, was promoted and earned raises, and then I had a new supervisor who destroyed my whole view of the company. She wrote me up for things beyond my control, and seemed to want to watch the world burn around me. Also when we were changed into working from home, we had to purchase our own laptops and use our personal phone also for business calls (unable to decipher which call was which), and the virtual network we used through a usb had so many issues it was impossible to work from home, even though typically it would be an ideal situation. Got a second cell phone line and there were so many technical issues, it was nearly impossible to get work done."
"I’ve worked for Geico for a little over two years. It’s a great company to grown with, especially if your into business/communications."
"I have worked for GEICO for three years, starting as an adjuster and working up to the supervisor level. The expectations are high for each employee that wears the gecko on their polo. The primary goal of helping customers seems to take priority over helping employees though, as the expectations and workload seem to continue to pile up against the same employee’s remarks."
"I’ve worked for GEICO for about 4 years, good company to work for but hard to move up in position."
"It was a great opportunity working in Geico for about two years and the best thing was my supervisor to whom I learned a lot. I feel that time flies and my two years passed so fast. I appreciate the leadership qualities of my boss whose focus was to get the job done in best possible way and to build great relationship in between team members to improve and utilize their best skills."
"GEICO is a growing Insurance company, and in my time working there, I have seen it grow to being one of the Top 3 Insurance Companies in the nation. They are a very supportive company with a clear direction for growth for all of the associates. Always ready to help, the leadership at GEICO has pushed me to work hard, and achieve more than I thought I was capable of."
GEICO has an overall rating of 3.7 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 120 GEICO Review Ratings left anonymously by GEICO employees, which is 5% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 86% of employees would recommend working at GEICO.
GEICO employees earn $40,000 annually on average, or $19 per hour, which is 39% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 70 GEICO employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find GEICO Salaries by Job Title.
86% of employees would recommend working at GEICO with the overall rating of 3.7 out of 5. Employees also rated GEICO 3.4 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.8 for Rewards You Receive, 3.3 for Growth Opportunities and 3.5 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at GEICO is a Data Warehouse Specialist at $161,000 annually. Browse GEICO Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at GEICO is a Service Dispatcher at $16,000 annually. Browse GEICO Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at GEICO to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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