Cons: No benefits, unless you want to pay out of your own pocket
I come in early and get computer going, and voicemails taken care of.
I handle the clients needs, make any changes to their policies, follow up on changes to make sure they have been done and done properly, enter payments, enter claims, answer questions to the best of my knowledge. I pretty much run the office. I cross sell to current clients. The only things that I really don't do is business policies and life policies. I will talk to clients about them but the agent is the one that follows up on those 2 types of policies.
We hired a producer to get new business in the door.
The hardest part of my job is setting back and having my hours cut from full time to part time (24 hrs) a week.