Working at Geico

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    3.2
  • Company Outlook
    4.3
  • Fair Pay
    2.9
  • Learning and Development
    3.7
  • Manager Communication
    3.8
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Transparency
    3.5
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Geico Reviews

What is it like working at Geico?

Satisfying in terms of my teaching.
Secondary School Teacher, (but not Special and Vocational Education) in Puig:
Pros: Comfortable teaching in a lovely school and beautiful environment
Cons: Not paid enough
It was great at first but it burns you out fast.
Claims Adjuster in Virginia Beach:
Pros: The management staff
Cons: The stressful environment for less than par pay
Business Analyst (Computer Software/Hardware/Systems):
Environment is okay, as are peers, but the pay is abysmal. I've been promoted twice but I still make 20% less than my market rate. I'm just waiting for my 2 year mark so I can get properly compensated. The work itself is fun and exciting, though!
Marketing Coordinator in Phoenix:
Pros: The relationships I have established for my dealer program
Cons: Feeling unappreciated for the hard work myself and team do to help the office
Meeting a customers Need: You treat every customer like a new opportunity to help someone, build rapport with then and meet their needs based on their situation.
Insurance Sales Agent in Virginia Beach:
Pros: Management keeps you up to date about the company...nice environment with friendly people and opportunities are endless.
Cons: You can get comfortable and scared to step out of your position and venture out.
Customer Service Representative (CSR):
Pros: Pays the bills. Good temporary job. Great for people without higher education.
Great atmosphere, but paid under market.
Senior Systems Analyst in Lakeland:
Pros: The relationships I've built are excellent. I also love the advancement opportunities at a place that is quickly expanding it's IT footprint throughout the company.
Cons: My current project sometimes seems a little disjointed.