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GEICO Overview

Washington, DC (US)
10000+ employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Insurance Operators
€5 to €10 billion (EUR) per year


GEICO is second-largest private passenger auto insurer in the U.S., thanks to their low rates, clever marketing and great service. As a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway -- led by renowned Warren Buffett -- GEICO offers new hires career advancement in a stable, supportive and ... Read more

Mission: GEICO's seven operating principles help create a workplace in which their associates can thrive.

1. Respect, support and provide opportunity for all associates.
2. Be fanatics for outstanding customer service.
3. Be the ... Read more

GEICO Reviews

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    Current Employee - Fresher in Indore (India)
    Current Employee - Fresher in Indore (India)

    I have been working at GEICO full-time


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    there are no cons for this company

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GEICO Photos

GEICO photo of: After completing claims training, these new adjusters celebrated with a Gecko cake!
GEICO photo of: Following Hurricane Harvey, our Woodbury office held a fundraiser for our Houston office!
GEICO photo of: Our Virginia Beach associates have worked hard all summer with Habitat for Humanity to build a house (and donate a car!) to a local family in need.
GEICO photo of: We know that our Interns provide valuable insight during their time on our team, so we make sure to welcome them in style.
GEICO photo of: For our first set of Careers Unexpected commercials, we featured associates like Kenny to talk about their experiences at GEICO!
GEICO photo of: GEICO associates are so lovable, even dogs get a lick out of us!
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GEICO Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    Auto Damage Field Adjuster Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Pensylvania
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at GEICO (Pensylvania) in April 2016.


    I applied online and was contacted by email the next day to schedule a phone interview. The phone interview, very straight forward. "why Geico?" "Why auto adjuster?" and so on. only lasted about 20 minutes, about 10 minutes of which was the interviewer telling me about what to expect from the application process and the training if I were hired. Then I moved on to the in person interview. This was also fairly straight forward. Lots of behavioral questions. almost all behavioral questions. Prepare for behavioral questions. This interview lasted about 40 minutes. Then about 10 minutes later I moved on to the dreaded "role playing simulation". It is difficult, and there is really nothing you can do to prepare for it. you really just have to roll with it. You are sat down at a table, given about 50 pages of information and forms while you listen to a 30 minute tape explaining the company you work for, and their rules, and procedures for adjusting claims. Its a lot to take in, and you wont be able to remember it all but don't get too distracted trying to remember everything. All the answers you need are in front of you, only problem is there are spread through out about 50 different pages. Then claims start to come in, you get phone calls where you have to talk to customers and contractors. Some of the interviewers will come in to your "office", playing the role of insureds and contractors. They will be difficult and demanding and try to rattle your cage. You are basically tested on your negation abilities and how well you follow the procedures laid out in the training material. I think the best advice it to just remember its only role playing, just be polite and respectful, and don't rush yourself, take your time to find the answers. Best advice would be to just take a breath, and relax. It was a challenging but rewarding experience. Even if I didn't get the job.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell me about at time you dealt with a difficult customer. How did it end?   Answer Question
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Company Updates

  • San Diego! There are many job openings in Service, Sales and Claims we’re hiring for. We’re also one of Indeed’s Top Workplaces for Compensation and Benefits. Apply today at

  • GEICO has made yet another Comparably ranking! We are proud to be one of the “Top 50 Large Companies for Perks & Benefits!” Earlier this year, our president and CEO, Bill Roberts, was named one of Comparably’s “Best CEOS for Diversity.”

    Best Companies for Perks & Benefits 2019

    These are the Top 100 highest-rated companies with the Best Perks & Benefits in 2019, according to anonymous employee feedback on to a variety of questions regarding perks and benefits. This distinction is segmented into two lists: Large companies (more than 500 employees) and Small/Mid-Size companies (500 employees or fewer).

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GEICO Awards & Accolades

  • Indeed Best Places to Work: Compensation & Benefits, Indeed, 2019
  • Mobile Insurance Score Card, Keynote Competitive Research, 2015
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