Welcome to
our State Farm®

It means something to be a good neighbor. We're driven to do what's right for others. That quality is ingrained in who we are at State Farm and clearly, it’s ingrained in you too. You’re here because we believe in who you are and what you have to offer. Welcome to the team.

Your benefits

Our Total Rewards Package aims to promote wellness, encourage growth, and offer the personal and professional support you’d expect from a Good Neighbor. Ensuring we have a healthy, vibrant, and engaged workforce is how we have thrived for 100 years. And is how we’ll continue to make a difference in our next 100 years.

Our Total Rewards package is centered around YOU and supports YOUR employee experience. Providing you with a package built on what you need, when you need it, and how you need it. You’ll be able to get into all the details and sign up once you’re in the office.

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Prepare for day one

We've put together some information to help guide you through your first day. If you have any questions, please contact your Talent Acquisition Specialist (TAS). You’ve got this.

A few essentials will keep your day running smoothly

You should have received an email from A-Check with a link to your Form I-9, two weeks prior to your start date. You are responsible for completing Section 1 on or before your start date. If you have not received an email from A-Check, please contact your Talent Acquisition Specialist.

  • Current, valid documents verifying your identity and work authorization as required for Form I-9. These must be original documents, not photocopies or pictures.

Things to have with you on day one:

  • Government issued ID
  • Banking information (name and routing number) for Direct Deposit.
  • Lunch or Lunch money if you are in person.
  • Reusable water bottle.

Things to review prior to day one:

Check out your welcome letter

If you are going into the office, your welcome letter will have specific instructions on where to report on your first day. You’ll go through the Security entrance until you get an employee badge.

Get directions

Helping you get ahead

Day one is flooded with a unique mix of jumping into the job, introductions, and getting familiar with your new work environment. So, take it easy on yourself, absorb what you can, and rely on your leader and a team mentor until you get your bearings.

Your leader or trainer will guide you through your day and you'll be introduced to our onboarding guide. This resource will help you build an understanding of your benefits and the Company throughout your first year here.

We have a business casual approach

You may hear people call it "dress for your day." There’s no reason to overdo it with formal wear for Day One, but don’t undersell yourself with sweatpants and a hoodie either. Khakis are always a great option, as Jake, from State Farm, would tell you.

For those working remotely, keep in mind you may be required to be on camera.

Don’t sweat the decision. Think about the impression you want to make and take it from there.

What you should know about our hubs and corporate offices

State Farm is a tobacco-free, electronic cigarette-free, and smoke-free workplace. The use of tobacco products, electronic-cigarettes, and marijuana is prohibited in all State Farm vehicles, buildings, and grounds, including parking lots and garages.

State Farm prohibits the possession of firearms or concealed weapons on State Farm owned or leased properties or while conducting company business except as allowed by law.

Find the latest COVID recommendations

We are committed to maintaining a healthy and safe workplace for all our employees. To maintain that environment, we strongly recommend that all employees follow CDC guidelines regarding COVID – 19. Use these resources for reference when preparing for your first day.

Notifying Employee Health Services of a Positive test for COVID-19

Only employees working in California should notify State Farm Employee Health Services (EHS) if they have tested positive for COVID-19 and have been in the workplace/office 10 days prior to symptom onset/positive test. Speak with your leader to submit the Covid-19 Notification to EHS form.

All employees who test positive for COVID-19 should comply with the following State Farm Covid-19 protocols

  • Remain out of the office or worksite (including mobile/proximity/catastrophe) until you are fever-free for at least 24 hours without fever-reducing medication, AND other symptoms are improving.
  • Notify your leader if you are unable to report in person for your shift.
  • Wear a face coveringfootnote * for the next 5 days from becoming fever-free and symptoms are improving. Wearing a face covering is encouraged, but not required, for those in Florida due to Florida law.
  • Employees in all locations who believe they have tested positive for Covid due to work related exposure should complete an Incident Accident Report.

If you are ill

You are encouraged to monitor your health and stay home if you are ill.

Notify your leader if you are unable to report in person for your shift. If you can work remotely and are well-enough to work, discuss this option with your supervisor.

California employees: please speak with your leader to discuss State Farm COVID-19 California health and safety protocols.

return to reference * State Farm makes reasonable accommodations for individuals with covered disabilities. Employees who are unable to wear face covering for personal health reasons may request a reasonable accommodation by following the Americans with Disabilities process. Employees may also contact Human Resources & Development regarding needs for reasonable accommodations on the basis of religious belief.