Medicare Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Gold River, CA – April 1, 2017
I really like this company and the training it gave me. I learned the business from the training class and the employees on the floor. Management is always willing to help. I do think top producers receive very preferential treatment and can take as many days off as they want. The only reason I left was that there was another position in the same field that paid a lot more.
Free lunches, great atmosphere for a call center, great training, good management
Pay plans change too much, Not fair rules if only average producer, Parking lot is 10 blocks from office with no shuttle.
Medicare Sales (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – March 13, 2017
I loved the facility and atmosphere of company. Great management, flex time, dress down, friendly, easy access to supervisors. My only negative was pressure selling. We were expected to sell even if the plan did not meet need of the insured. I felt is dishonest to pressure the elderly into buying a plan. Great staff but very high turn over.
free lunches, nice lunchroom, great activities, supervision always available, IT always on top of issues, HR had open door policy
Medicare Sales Representative (Current Employee) – West Valley City, UT – December 27, 2016
The office phones are constantly ringing which is good in the sense it s bringing in leads however the advertisement that was used was very misleading so we had a lot of angry people call in when we told them the plans aren't free.
Medicare Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Gold River, CA – September 27, 2016
Great culture and management. Alot of bait switch, people not willing to admit. Older customers have a diffiucult time understanding whats really happening. Great training but marketing needs to gear to the 10,0000 new medicare recipients and less to welfare customers. Incentives should include renewals and should be given percentage of each sell. Unless you do something shady youre not going to make money. Plus incentives are taxed like bonuses, so if your W2 shows 80,000 thats not really the case.
Lead Software Trainer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 5, 2016
Excellent learning opportunity in the Electronic Health Records field, and in project development and training implementation. The software company is very committed to high quality knowledge transfer and long term relationships with the nursing home.
Medicare Insurance Sales Agent (Former Employee) – Gold River, CA – January 27, 2016
A great company with a strong worker-management culture. Good pay, and great benefits. Their sales standards are very high (their words), and if you don't mathematically fit their standards, your gone!
Great culture, great benefits, good working enviroment
They hire a lot of people, and then again, let a lot go.
Medicare Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Westford, MA – November 7, 2015
As a Medicare Sales Representative, my day is spent on the phone. The base pay is low - $16/hour with less than a $1 raise over a year. There is bonus pay for accounts signed, but in 2015, that bonus was drastically cut due to poor projection of competition in the field.
The most enjoyable part of the job for me is working with other sales professionals (never boring) and helping the elderly or disabled.
Inside sales to retirees for Medicare supplements (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – October 2, 2015
Horrible company. Licensing lost my letter of explanation and didn't find it till 9 weeks after employment started. I was not able to sell and thus had to wait another 8 - 9 weeks. Also they are over the top when it comes to micromanagement of adults. If you're willing to deal with that to make good money, then this is a good place to work. If not, then RUN!
Excellent peers and a very knowledgeable & hands-on manager
Principal Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Westford, MA – September 23, 2015
eHealth was a great place to work and I made some very good friends. My manager was excellent and very hands-on technically. Had good work-life balance. Wish the company did not go through financial crisis which resulted in work-force reduction.
Medicare Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Westford, MA – September 11, 2015
When the eHealth office opened in Maynard, things were fantastic. Great work/life balance, great pay, superior management that were not oppressive. Ever since their stock tumbled, eHealth has taken a horrible turn for the worse. Very bad leads, overworking staff, pay cut by 40% (yes, 40% since we started in Maynard).
Head boss and supervisors
Having to bid for shifts every few months, PAY CUT BY 40%, clueless bosses in Utah trying to micromanage Westford.
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.