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We're so happy you're here. You're joining a great team.

It means something to be a good neighbor. We're driven to do what's right for others. That quality is what helped State Farm® become the nation's number one auto and home insurer. More importantly, it's what keeps us there.

Clearly it’s in you too. Welcome to the team.


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It's an amazing time to begin or expand your career at State Farm! We're celebrating our centennial anniversary — 100 years of being an industry, community and innovation leader! We can't wait for you to join us and become part of our ongoing legacy.

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Prepare for day one

We’ve put together a little guide to help you through your first day. If you have any questions, please contact your recruiter. You’ve got this.


What to wear

We have a business casual approach. You’ll 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.

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

What to bring and things to review

You won’t need much, but a few essentials will keep your day running smoothly. Don’t leave home without:

  • Driver’s license/ID
  • Banking information (name and routing number) for Direct Deposit
  • Lunch/Lunch money
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Current, valid documents verifying your identity and work authorization as required for Form I-9. These must be original documents, not photocopies or pictures.
  • Review the Intellectual Property Agreement that will be required once you start.
  • Take a look at the Federal W-4 and State tax information, Form W-4 and Tax Worksheets. You’ll get instructions for submitting your tax withholdings information through the Employee Self-Service site on our intranet.

Where to go

Check out your welcome letter for specific instructions on where to report on your first day. You’ll go through the Security entrance until you get an employee badge. 

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What to expect

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

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

You will also access the COVID Safe Workplace training that you need to complete on your first day. Please note:

  • Face coverings and social distancing are recommended but optional in State Farm facilities regardless of vaccination status.
  • Face coverings are required in the following situations:
    • For a limited time after symptons, exposure or infection.
    • When state/local requirements are more restrictive.
  • You should not enter State Farm facilities:
    • If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms on your start date or in the 5 days prior to your state date:
      • You may enter a State Farm facility after 5 days since symptoms first appeared (or date of positive test if no symptoms), but you must wear a face covering until 10 days from symptom onset (or date of positive test if no symptoms) 
    • If you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days:
      • Remain out of the office until at least 5 days from symptom onset (or date of positive test if no symptoms) and you are fever-free for 24 hours without medication, and other symptoms are improving
      • Wear a face covering until 10 days from symptom onset (or positive test if no symptoms)
      • Individuals working in California: may return after 5 days if symptoms are improving and if they test negative on day 5. If they do not test, they may return after 10 days from symptom onset (or positive test if no symptoms).​

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

Your benefits

Our Total Rewards Package highlights many of the ways State Farm invests in you. It is filled with what you want and need. We aim to promote wellness, encourage growth, and offer the personal and professional support you’d expect from a good neighbor.

You’ll be able to get into all the details and sign up for what you need once you’re in the office.

Download the Benefits Summary to see the benefits you’ll get as a State Farm employee.

Reasonable Accommodation Assistance

State Farm® is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please complete the Request for a Reasonable Accommodation form or reach out to your State Farm contact.

State Farm is an equal opportunity employer.

Department of Labor (DOL) Federal Notices

Applicants have rights under the following federal employment laws. State Farm complies with guidance from the Department of Labor to ensure that applicants have access to the following federal employment notices found here: Applicant Compliance Notices