Your First Day
Everything you need to know for day one is right here.
State Farm Information Line
Employees are encouraged to call the Information Line as the primary source of information during inclement weather to obtain Office Closed or Delayed Opening information. Messages will be available as needed. Review the Information Line document, locate the number for your state and consider programming the Information Line number into your cell phone for easy access.
What do I wear?
Don't forget to bring ...
As we stated in your final job offer letter, you will be receiving an email notification with instructions for completing the electronic Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification form. Please complete Section 1 of Form I-9 as instructed in the email using the Web address, login and password provided.
If you do not receive this separate communication prior to your start date, please contact your recruiter or hiring manager immediately. You may also want to check your spam folder in the event your email provider did not recognize the sender as firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have already completed Section 1, thank you!
On your first day, please remember to bring your Form I-9 Acceptable Documents. You'll need to bring either one document from List A or one document each from List B and List C. These must be original documents - we cannot accept photocopies or facsimiles. To view the paper Form I-9 and the list of Acceptable Documents go to Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
Where do I go?
Refer to your final job offer letter for information about where to go and who to report to your first day of work. Only authorized individuals can enter a State Farm building, so you'll be entering a Visitor or Security entrance until you get your security badge. The badge, which you should receive on your first day, gives you appropriate access.
What will I do on my first day?
Be sure to take the time to view the on-demand videos located on the Employee Onboarding site and work through your Learning Plans!