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Anonymous shared this review of Geico, United States on Jul 23rd, 2020
"Avoid if possible. They use 37.5 hour work weeks as a selling point, but you will spend far more time than that if you care about keeping your inhumane level of work within their exacting yet often subjective standards. "
Anonymous shared this review of Geico, United States on Jan 30th, 2020
"They do not care if you are a mother and need to tend to your children. In fact keep doing that and they will never promote you "
Anonymous shared this review of Geico, United States on Jan 28th, 2020
"They are making a step in the right direction with their recent pass of parental leave. I feel that they have a large opportunity to support career development in their management. They also have opportunity to help develop leaders into positions without requiring them to relocate to do so."
Anonymous shared this review of Geico, United States on Jun 7th, 2019
"I worked in a small independently-owned office, which was primarily women and owned by a woman. However, with next to no health benefits, I decided to look for employment elsewhere."
Anonymous shared this review of Geico on Oct 3rd, 2018
"GEICO hires pleasant people who value stability, work/life balance, diversity (race, age, gender, etc), leadership development programs, and opportunities for internal promotion and career growth. However, the GEICO headquarters office is outdated and not equipped to support employees who work in different offices. GEICO also has outdated HR policies (such as hair drug requirement for new hires, sick leave policy, "pilot" remote day program, etc). It's confusing that the GEICO business and IT management doesn't work together. I also get concerned that there's too many GEICO management team members who only know how to manage within GEICO, and don't have diversity of thought from other industry/organization experiences."
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