Enrollment Specialist (Former Employee), West Valley City, Utah – December 22, 2012
Pros: they give you the tools and support to do what you need to do
Cons: wages but that's because utah is a right to work for less state.
Great company! I was only there for 7 weeks as a seasonal Medicare Part D enrollment representative. I felt the training, the attitude of management, the culture, technology, etc. were all top-notch! It would be a great place to work long term with great benefits, employee stock purchase and an easy going atmosphere.
Medicare Sales Representative (Current Employee), Gold River, CA – August 28, 2015
Good place to work. However like every sales position there will be major adjustments to the commission structure of the compensation which is not always welcomed. Very few opportunities to advance, however, other than that it's a good place to work.
Medicare Sales Rep (Former Employee), Westford, MA – May 4, 2015
Pros: They will hire ANYONE so if you are desperate and a bottom feeder you will be IN!
Cons: They will hire ANYONE so if you are desperate and a bottom feeder you are in.
I worked as a Medicare Sales Rep almost a year. Was an above average performer. Shift bids were horrible. Adherence meant you were often running back to your desk to get in "phone ready" mode. Management – more... is doomsday mentality always bringing up problems or potential problems that never came to fruition. It made for an uneasy environment and bad morale. About 85% of people I worked with were looking for another job. – less
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Gold River, CA – March 11, 2015
Pros: team approach
I enjoyed my time at EHealth Insurance, my co-workers made every day a good day! My typical day was filled with multiple calls, it was fast paced. The hardest part of the job was shift changes every 6 months
Medicare Marketing Representative (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – January 31, 2015
Pros: good company
Cons: no upward opportunities
Spend all day awaiting inbound calls. Provide excellent customer service to prospective clients. Market Medicare Insurance Plans to potential clients, create networking opportunities. Few management and upper movement opportunities.
Medicare Inbound Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – May 23, 2014
Cons: to many to list
had set schedule of applications to complete and dates to have them submitted. only a hadful of representatives allowed on the phone, and always to many calls coming in. but managment would not allow more – more... reps to answer the phones, then would complain about to many back to back calls. managment is a joke, siad that any questions they would help, but they would sit in their offices all day on facwbook and whenever anyone had questions they would be ruse and tell us to find our own answers and to not bother them. co-workers were polite. most enjoyable part of the job was to log out of systems and go home – less
Inbound Call Center/ Agent/Customer Service (Former Employee), Gold River, CA – May 1, 2014
I was a call center representative and sales agent for the largest health insurance broker. I have nothing but praise and respect for this organization. I came in know nothing of the industry and left with a ton of knowledge and skill. I would work there again if I lived in the same city.