Deceitful recruitment strategies.
Pros: Nice coworkers
Cons: bad management, conflicting mission statement, impossible to make money
They say you'll be given warm leads and that you'll have control over your schedule, then they give you recycled cold leads and micromanage your activity. They say in their recruitment presentation that you'll be making money on split commissions by your first week, turns out your field trainers fill the week with maintenance calls that don't pay and then they tell you you can't collect commission anyway because you didn't make enough calls or stay at the office late enough, even though you're not being paid to be at the office. They say they're out to help retirees secure their retirement, but then they spend staff meetings announcing how much money everyone made in commissions.
The same day I quit, I received 2 phone calls from a recruiter saying that they came across my resume online (the one that is updated to say I worked at Bankers Life) and wanted to offer me an interview. Clearly they don't pay any attention to who they are recruiting.