Sales Manager (Current Employee) – SanAntonio – November 27, 2017
I managed sales activities of market segment developing and implementing strategic sales plans. Review market analysis to determine customer needs, price schedules, and discount rates; forecast sales activities and assist in setting performance goals. I analyze sales statistics to formulate policy and assist dealers in promoting sales; advise dealers, distributors, and clients concerning sales and advertising techniques. I directly supervised a staff that performed various support services. and sales, .
Territory Manager/Sales (Current Employee) – Clarion, PA – November 21, 2017
The environment is good. People are willing to help. Changes of positions too frequent. Your pay is based upon whether customers keep their policies. even if you make preparations to avoid cancelations you can get hit with large chargebacks that can affect your lifestyle.
Insurance agent (Former Employee) – Albany, GA – November 17, 2017
They make it seem so easy to sell their products truth is the products are high priced and most people around here can't afford them. When I left the company my manger made fun of me for being heavy set and my choice of places to eat. I enjoyed the people I worked with and meeting new people each day. The company eventually dropped some of the products I was selling because of high cost and the poverty stricken area in which I live.
Claim Processor (Current Employee) – Richmond, IN – November 6, 2017
Answering phones and being harassed. Learned about various policies and benefits. Very poor management team, they have favorites and make it very obvious. No room for advancement or growth and being ridden continuously. Working with customers.
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – October 29, 2017
A typical day at work was consisting of driving to peoples homes or businesses and then pitching different sorts of insurance for various needs, based all from the given interaction. I loved what I would do, when helping those people, especially selling cancer protection policies which didn't pay nearly as much to myself; Yet, offered the MOST VALUABLE kind of preparation to someone whom had been affected by such a devastating and nasty disease. The commission rate was 20% for cancer-protection policies and in most cases the benefits included well over $300,000.00 of protection. I am saying also, that the hardest part of the job was staying motivated. The best part was sleeping well at night knowing you did your absolute best in order to give a well deserved, piece of mind to the individuals you've encountered; And their families.
Awesome benefits, and Hours are up to you.
Bad pay scale, almost impossible to catch up to distinguished professionals in the field
Health and Life Insurance Salesman (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – October 26, 2017
Only problem I had was that it was strictly commissioned based and wasnt able to work solely based on commission at the time. The Commission was a great deal I thought but they advanced you 9 months of it and this created a lot of future chargebacks that I couldnt check back up to be able to keep selling.
Hard to sell policies and keep them current customers.
A typical day at work consisted of serving as a top producer and leader in the Carolinas. Provided motivational speaking, training, team development, and leadership to agents in North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina. Worked towards developing the Southeastern Region of the United States. The hardest parto fothe job was when the agents would struggle and in many cases, leave the organization. The highlight was seeing the agent excel financially and educationally.
Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Pottstown, PA – October 21, 2017
Company was poorly managed the management did everything they told you not to do. There were days like your great do you want to take on more responsibility and two days later we going to fire you if you don't step up. Unbelievable bull