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GEICO Overview

Industry

Insurance

Organization Type

Private

Employees

1,000 - 10,000

Headquarters

Bethesda, MD

Website

geico.com

Website

geico.com



Founded in

1936

Revenue

> $1B

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About GEICO

The Government Employees Insurance Company is an American auto insurance company with headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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The Government Employees Insurance Company is an American auto insurance company with headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

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What Is

GEICO's Mission Statement

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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 low-cost provider. 4. Operate with uncompromising integrity. 5. Maintain a disciplined balance sheet. 6. Make an underwriting profit while achieving optimum growth. 7. Invest for total return.

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What is it like to work at GEICO

5.0

April 5, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Benefits, flexibility... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Salary is a bit low for experience level... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Profit Sharing.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Independence. As an auto damage adjuster you are responsible for your own appointments, customer interaction, settlement, etc. You do not share office space with a boss... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

You're never good enough. Each time you meet your metrics, they raise them, ensuring very few qualify for a raise... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

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I thought your initial post about GEICO over in [this thread](http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/zcp8d/not_only_did_geico_not_save_me_15_or_more_in_15/c63l11w) was really intriguing. I'm really interested in stories like the benefits of trimming "23 seconds off each phone call." What is GEICO's work culture like - do they welcome cost savings or service improvement ideas from everyone or is it just a soulless cubicle farm.

Soulless cubicle farm..not kidding. It is my main gripe about GEICO. They CAN be a great place to work until you open your eyes a bit. Imagine your average office job. You spend a lot of time working, but you also get up and use the restroom, you get coffee, get water, talk to a coworker, stretch your legs etc. You can't do that at GEICO. For one, you are wearing a headset connected to a phone pad. It isn't like a usual phone. Your headset is corded so you can only get so far from your phone. On your phone pad is something called an available button. You are graded on a few things at GEICO (I will go into the others in a moment) but one of the main things is your availability. You have to be available to take calls and you have to be above 97%. Meaning 97% of the time you are at work (outside of a lunch break etc) you have to be able to take a call and have your available button pushed. Now imagine you are in a fast paced call center. There are almost always calls on hold, which means as soon as you get off of one call another one comes in. Most people are busy. They don't want to hold while you process their paperwork, they just want you to do it. If there is a problem or anything else too bad. You can't let the customer off the phone until you are done with their account which based on laws and regulations include documenting anything required on the customers notes for the next agent to see and for the record. Most of the time this isn't a problem but a few times a day there are those customers that just have to get off the phone. Maybe you declined them a policy and they hang up on you. You still need to document their account with the decline and the reason and any other pertinent information. In those cases you usually have to go unavailable in order to do that. To maintain 97% availability in the average 8.5 hour shift you can be unavailable for less than 10 minutes a day. That may seem a like a lot but if you worked 8.5 hours how much of that do you think is spent actually working? Not just staring off into space, getting coffee, using the restroom, chatting with a coworker but actual engaged with a customer working with no downtime. It is hard to do. But you have to do it. If you don't you can't get a raise, promotion or bonus. Sales agents are salary but that barely pays the bills. Bonus is the only way to really improve your life from what you had when you started. Another reason you HAVE to maintain that availability is because if you are unavailable for more than 3 minutes the monitoring section calls your supervisor and then that supervisor hunts you down to find out why you are not on the phone. I have had the director (my bosses bosses boss) come into the bathroom when I wasn't feeling well to give me a hard time about being unavailable for 3.2 minutes. Not a joke. The other things you are graded on is your sales, something called sales per hour (based on how long you were available to take calls, how many calls you received in that time and how many of those calls you sell), availability, A Call (which I addressed in a comment on the previous post but can go further into if someone requests) and dependability. These all make up your matrix. You get a report card every month that you have to go over with your supervisor. If you do not hit your goals you get demoted and your salary decreases. If you do not hit your goal over a long period you get fired or demoted to the lowest rung of the ladder that does not deal with customers. GEICO operates on a grade scale. It starts at 55. You can be a grade 55 and as a 55 you most likely work in the mail center. The starting grade for a sales agent is a 60. As a sales agent you can be a 60, 61, 62 & 63. each promotion has a higher salary and increased goals. you get a certain % raise for each grade promotion and then a certain # of sales expectation each month is increased. Supervisors start at a grade 64 and can go to 66 and on it goes up the chain of command. There is a minimum and maximum salary for each grade for each call center location. So a grade 60 in Virginia Beach VA does not have the same salary as a grade 60 in Lakeland FL. Once you reach the top salary for your grade, say you are a 63, you have been there years and have received merit promotions and you have reached the top. Unless you apply within the company for another job you can not get another raise. It is a meritocracy which is good. You only get raises based on performance. A person working there 30 years may make less than a really great sales person who has been there 2. That is just how it works. Sorry if I am rambling. There are just so many detailed points about their offices that make the whole picture make sense. They require mandatory overtime in most departments (though you get paid nicely for it, you have no choice). they have an amazing benefits package and you have potential to get promoted. If you can deal with the micromanaging (your breaks are scheduled and you can't take them when you want, even if you have to pee you have to follow your schedule) and feeling like you are in kindergarten you can do well. To answer your other question they have something called an IQ. i can't remember what it stands for, improvement something....But basically you submit it on their intranet and detail your idea for an improvement. If the department head deems it worth looking into they will recruit people in high esteem within the department the process is related to. They conduct a process review to streamline it or see what would happen if they made the change. They do months of testing, reports, spreadsheets, focus groups and then they either change the process if it proves helpful or they discard it. You don't get anything for recommending it other than a certificate in your file and on your desk. When I did a process review I did not come up with the initial query. It was not an answered question. Basically they wanted to cut down call time and they wanted to know how. So I was recruited to review the call process and see where time was wasted. The department I worked in was homeowners and they work as a broker. They basically write through about 20+ companies. they shop for you. they decide based on some general questions as well as your location and home value which company statistically has the most likely best price. Some of our companies are high risk for when a person can not find anything else so most agents know which company will give a good rate in which area. However there was no process for determining this. I created something called a decision tree. You input zip code and a few other details and it decides through certain perimeters which company to start the quote with. Of course, once you start the quote and do additional underwriting you may find the company you decided on can not offer coverage, but it was a starting point that shaved 23 seconds off that call. 23 seconds may not seem like a lot. But think of it this way. On average during the day (evenings are slower) there are between 150-200 agents on the phone to give quotes (in homeowners, auto is larger). Agents take anywhere from 23-60 calls per day depending. The most I ever did was 55. Some of those are wrong department, some are hang ups, some are transfers, so obviously not 55 quotes. But if over the course of an 8.5 hour shift you save 23 seconds on all of those quoted calls? It adds up. Their department usually has calls holding waiting for an agent. Once a customer holds for a length of time they are more likely to hang up. If they hang up we lost the business before even getting to quote them because of missed opportunity. It isn't worth it to hire more agents because there is a slow season. they could hire seasonally but because you have to be state licensed and we wrote for the whole country that is too expensive. So the compromise was to make the existing agents more efficient and cut down their call times which equals more opportunity for sales. I hope this answers stuff and maybe gives you WAY more info than you asked for :D

GEICO Employees

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Gender

Female

58.9%

Male

38.4%

Unknown

2.8%
Ethnicity

White

55.9%

Black or African American

16.0%

Hispanic or Latino

14.2%

Asian

9.5%

Unknown

4.3%
Languages Spoken

Spanish

61.0%

French

8.5%

Chinese

4.2%

Mandarin

3.3%

Italian

2.3%

Japanese

2.3%

Arabic

2.3%

Russian

1.9%

Portuguese

1.9%

Hindi

1.4%

Tagalog

1.4%

German

1.4%

Hebrew

1.4%

Urdu

1.4%

Swedish

0.9%

Vietnamese

0.9%

Cantonese

0.9%

Greek

0.9%

Carrier

0.9%

Swahili

0.5%

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GEICO Careers

Average Length of Employment
Travelers 4.2 years
Allstate 3.7 years
Progressive 3.6 years
USAA 3.5 years
Nationwide 3.5 years
State Farm 3.1 years
Farmers Insurance 3.0 years

GEICO

2.9 years
Top Employers Before GEICO
Walmart 11.9%
Verizon 8.0%
McDonald's 6.7%
US Army 6.4%
AT&T 6.2%
State Farm 5.8%
U.S. Navy 5.7%
Best Buy 4.9%
Target 4.6%
Allstate 4.1%
Kroger 3.8%
Macy's 3.5%
Walgreens 3.1%
Starbucks 2.9%
Citi 2.8%
Top Employers After GEICO
State Farm 12.1%
Allstate 10.2%
Verizon 6.5%
Walmart 6.2%
AT&T 6.0%
Intuit 5.0%
USAA 3.9%
Comcast 3.5%
Citi 3.0%
Travelers 3.0%
Nationwide 3.0%
AIG 2.8%
Target 2.7%
Ricoh 2.6%

GEICO Employees Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

11.3%

Liberty University

6.8%

Old Dominion University

6.5%

Middle Georgia State University

6.1%

Strayer University

6.1%

Germanna Community College

5.8%

Tidewater Community College

5.7%

Central Georgia Technical College

5.1%

Wesleyan College

4.5%

Macon State College

4.3%

Fort Valley State University

4.1%

Georgia College and State University

4.0%

Erie Community College

4.0%

University of Iowa

3.9%

State University of New York Buffalo

3.8%

University of South Florida

3.7%

San Diego State University

3.7%

University of Arizona

3.6%

Pima Community College

3.5%

Polk State College

3.4%
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Majors

Business

35.5%

Psychology

6.0%

Criminal Justice

5.5%

Computer Science

5.4%

Communication

5.3%

Marketing

3.8%

Management

3.6%

Accounting

3.5%

General Studies

3.3%

Liberal Arts

3.1%

Finance

3.1%

Nursing

2.9%

Information Technology

2.9%

Human Resources Management

2.5%

Political Science

2.5%

Law

2.5%

Education

2.4%

Computer Information Systems

2.3%

Health Care Administration

2.2%

Sociology

1.9%
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Degrees

Bachelors

44.0%

Other

23.4%

Masters

13.7%

Associate

11.6%

Certificate

3.3%

Doctorate

1.8%

Diploma

1.3%

License

0.9%
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GEICO Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

67.4%

Republican Party

31.8%

Other

0.8%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
John KondulisAttorney $41,150Democratic Party
William ProiettoAttorney $13,650Republican Party
William RobertsPresident & Chief Operating Officer $9,000Democratic Party
Stephen KalinskyChief Information Officer $8,000Republican Party
Seth IngallRegional Vice President $4,700Democratic Party
Peter FlynnInsurance Agent $4,678Democratic Party
Olza NicelyChief Executive Officer $3,000Republican Party
Theodore BerzSupervisor $2,895Democratic Party
Jose SantiagoSenior Claims Adjuster $2,750Republican Party
Sarah SheehanCorporate Manager $2,600Republican Party
Brian LuseSales $2,132Republican Party
Cheryl HutchisonOwner $2,040Republican Party
Mark Mulligan SrDatabase Administrator $2,000Democratic Party
Leila RappaportInsurance Agent $2,000Democratic Party
Denise DiazAttorney $2,000Democratic Party
Christopher FreemanComputer Programmer $2,000Democratic Party
John TaylorAttorney $1,500Republican Party
Suzanne WorthenExecutive $1,250Republican Party
Martha HartleySoftware Systems Engineer Lead $1,162Democratic Party
Dawson NashProgrammer/Analyst Lead $1,050Democratic Party
Paul RosenbergTaxonomist $1,000Democratic Party
Hollye HuntHigher Education Administrator $1,000Republican Party
Carol BlackCompliance Officer $1,000Republican Party
Zachary SimonProgrammer $1,000Democratic Party
David MoyerManagement Training $1,000Democratic Party
Tony NicelyExecutive $1,000Republican Party
Jacob SolbergClaims Adjuster $942Democratic Party
Diana RodumSenior Programmer Analyst $900Democratic Party
David WardSafety Specialist $900Democratic Party
Brandon SextonClaims Supervisor $800Republican Party
Darrel CarringtonSenior Systems Analyst $785Democratic Party
Pionne CorbinAssistant Vice President $775Democratic Party
Gary ReppComputer Engineer $750Democratic Party
Steve HolmesComputer Programmer Analyst $750Democratic Party
Jerry SorrelsInsurance Agent $750Republican Party
Susan BermanAnalyst $750Democratic Party
John KondutisAttorney $750Democratic Party
Billie GavinResearch Analyst $667Democratic Party
Charles SardesonComputer Programmer $600Democratic Party
Rodey BatizaManager $600Democratic Party
Rosemary MahlerDirector Of Human Resources $572Republican Party
Leslie WeldonInsurance Agent $565Democratic Party
Pamela BatesInformation Technology Manager $555Democratic Party
Christopher TrumpowerAttorney $553Democratic Party
Naomi ChattertonHuman Resources Coordinator $521Democratic Party
William RobinsonAttorney $500Democratic Party
Thomas McGuiganInsurance Investigator $500Republican Party
David PushmanChief Executive Officer $500Republican Party
Michelline RuthAttorney $500Democratic Party
Clark SmithActuarial Technician $500Democratic Party
Chandra CrispLean SIX Sigma Black Belt $500Democratic Party
JOE JoyceInformation Technology Project Manager $500Democratic Party
Dominick DaleLawyer $500Democratic Party
Dave PushmanVice President $500Republican Party
Ivan SorokaDamage Appraiser $500Republican Party
Frank DobyanskiFraud Investigator $440Republican Party
Betsy GagneAnalyst $414Democratic Party
Anthony MazziottiInvestigator $402Republican Party
DAN SheaAttorney $400Democratic Party
Brooke DowneyInteractive Developer $390Democratic Party
Grant ClarridgeClaims Adjuster $307Democratic Party
Larry HintonAttorney $300Democratic Party
Mireille Siewe GorsuchSenior Programmer Analyst $300Democratic Party
Pearl HopperAttorney $297Democratic Party
Shawn BurklinManagement $295Democratic Party
Varun KarkiProgrammer Analyst $260Democratic Party
Nancy HummerSystems Analyst $250Democratic Party
Paul CrowleyAttorney $250Republican Party
Shane MillerSoftware Developer $250Democratic Party
Brian McCarthyClaim Attorney $250Democratic Party
John PhamRegional Vice President $250Other
Stuart PaineManager $250Democratic Party
Ranjance BommadeniSupervisor $250Republican Party
Elizabeth PuskarAttorney $250Democratic Party
Joseph ElieAdjuster $250Republican Party
Chet StrunkClerk $250Democratic Party
Rachael BarrettCall Center Supervisor $250Democratic Party
Holmes SteveComputer Programmer Analyst $250Democratic Party
Beverly MillsLawyer $250Democratic Party
Walter SkrodAttorney $250Republican Party
Greg KulaAttorney $250Democratic Party
Whitney AshfordLaw Enforcement Officer $250Democratic Party
Justin BufordInformation Technology Programmer $250Democratic Party
Janice WiedmanInsurance Liability $250Democratic Party
Brian CobbInvestigator $250Republican Party
Mark NickersonBroker $250Republican Party
TIM CalcagnoInsurance Underwriter, Sales $250Republican Party
Jane BrownAttorney $250Republican Party
Steven StewartSales $246Democratic Party
KAY CollinsInvestigator $237Democratic Party
Mary ShermanInformation Technology Technician $235Democratic Party
Janis WoodsContact Person $235Democratic Party
Nancy Laha ClarkTrial Attorney $221Democratic Party
Arash SadatiInformation Technology Professional $212Democratic Party
Jason BSecurity Engineer $201Democratic Party
John McCulleyData Scientist $200Republican Party
Gerard CurranExecutive $200Republican Party
Thomas KoenigRetired $200Democratic Party
JON ManzInsurance Underwriter, Sales $200Republican Party
Daniel GorelikClaim Processor $185Republican Party
Anna BorchardtSenior Telecom Engineer $184Democratic Party
Joan BrownClaims Supervisor $175Democratic Party
Michael WasylykInsurance Adjuster $175Republican Party
Yen NguyenProject Manager $170Democratic Party
Sunceria LovelaceComputer $153Democratic Party
Kirk BlaylockInstructional Designer $150Democratic Party
Cameron WilliamsClaims Adjuster $150Democratic Party
Randy MorganAnalyst $148Democratic Party
Patricia WiltonLawyer $140Republican Party
Brian RussoAuto Claims Adjuster $139Democratic Party
John AzhderianSenior Analyst $135Republican Party
Timothy SeculaAd $127Republican Party
Ellen MyersonActuary $125Democratic Party
Tara GleasonSystems Coordinator $125Democratic Party
Cynthia MulvihillAttorney $100Democratic Party
Jonathan KnightInsirance $100Republican Party
Raymond FisherInsurance Adjuster $80Republican Party
Chuck BalesInsurance $80Republican Party
Nick PooleAnalyst $64Democratic Party
Arleatha Copeland BumbreyInsurance Agent $60Democratic Party
Victor DuboseAttorney $50Republican Party
Daniel SweeneyAnalyst $50Democratic Party
Ricky JacksonSystems Engineer $38Democratic Party
Jean SeawellInsurance $35Republican Party
Stephanie MOEClaims Adjuster $27Democratic Party
Catherine AbbottInsurance Agent $25Democratic Party
Gary NanceInsurance Agent $25Democratic Party
Cheryl MastersAdjuster $20Democratic Party
ANN TroxlerAttorney $18Democratic Party
Paul WildenhainAnalyst $16Democratic Party
Robert MieglAdjuster $5Democratic Party
Rosemary SchmittInsurance $1Democratic Party
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GEICO Salaries

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Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $140,130
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $136,510
Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $136,510
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $124,613
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $122,283
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $121,701
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $121,701
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $116,730
Senior Programmer AnalystFredericksburg, VA $113,755
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $100,402
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $100,402
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $100,402
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $100,402
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $100,402
EngineerChevy Chase, MD $96,928
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $96,928
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,909
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $93,909
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Data Analyst-Chevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $93,309
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $90,688
Senior Programmer AnalystPlano, TX $90,646
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $90,646
Senior Programmer AnalystIrving, TX $90,646
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $89,700
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $89,128
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $89,128
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $87,006
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $87,006
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $87,006
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $87,006
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $87,006
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $87,006
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $85,322
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $85,322
Information ScientistChevy Chase, MD $85,197
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $85,155
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $84,261
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $84,261
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $83,616
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $83,616
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $83,616
Computer Software EngineerChevy Chase, MD $83,554
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $83,450
ETL ArchitectChevy Chase, MD $83,346
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $83,200
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $83,200
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $81,182
Computer Systems AdministratorChevy Chase, MD $81,078
Computer Software EngineerChevy Chase, MD $78,562
Computer Software EngineerChevy Chase, MD $78,562
Computer Software EngineerChevy Chase, MD $78,562
Computer Software EngineerChevy Chase, MD $76,731
Computer Applications DeveloperChevy Chase, MD $76,731
Senior Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $74,672
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $72,093
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $71,718
Senior Programmer AnalystWashington, DC $71,614
Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $70,970
Systems EngineerChevy Chase, MD $70,970
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $70,221
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $70,013
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $70,013
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $70,013
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $70,013
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $70,013
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $70,013
Senior Programmer AnalystRockville, MD $69,930
Application Software DeveloperChevy Chase, MD $69,930
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $69,930
Application Software DeveloperChevy Chase, MD $69,930
Application Software DeveloperChevy Chase, MD $69,930
Application Software DeveloperChevy Chase, MD $69,930
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $69,930
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $69,909
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $69,909
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $69,909
Senior Programmer AnalystChevy Chase, MD $69,742

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GEICO Stock Performance

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Frequently Asked Questions about GEICO

When was GEICO founded?

GEICO was founded in 1936.

How many Employees does GEICO have?

GEICO has between 1,000 and 10,000 employees.

How much money does GEICO make?

GEICO generates more than $1 billion in revenue.

What industry is GEICO in?

GEICO is in the insurance industry.

What is GEICO's mission?

GEICO's mission statement is "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 low-cost provider. 4. Operate with uncompromising integrity. 5. Maintain a disciplined balance sheet. 6. Make an underwriting profit while achieving optimum growth. 7. Invest for total return."

What type of company is GEICO?

GEICO is a private company.

Who are GEICO's competitors?

GEICO competitors include USAA, Allstate, Nationwide, Travelers, Farmers Insurance, Progressive, State Farm.

Where is GEICO's headquarters?

GEICO's headquarters is in Bethesda, MD.

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