Competitive workplace in results-driven environment
Agent (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – August 25, 2014
Sales/training classes three times a week (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) Typical day of work consists of meeting with clients/prospects to help identify any financial subject to be addressed. Also, attending network groups and hosting events in order to generate leads. Here I learned the value of becoming a great listener. I gained experience in the value of customer service and integrity in my line of work. The hardest part of this job is overcoming the objection of insufficient experience. It is very hard to speak with older individuals about their finances/retirement if they think I am too young. The most enjoyable part of this job is the feeling I get helping families. I help individuals and families attain peace of mind in regards to their finances, and there is no better feeling for me.
Financial Services Professional (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 17, 2017
Work satisfaction good---good employer-- Endless income possibilities---a challenging and rewarding position within a progressive financial service company where experience,traing and abilities in financial planning, administration or funds management would be of value--
Retirement Specialist (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – May 17, 2017
Here is where I honed my skills as a financial consultant. I learned about many different product I could use to bring to the clientele I was building at the time. I learned how to manage a small team of agents. Together we would go out and engage the public, offering our services and illustrating how we could assist them in becoming financially literate.
Establishing Networks, Learning to furfill clients needs, learned to analyze clients financial situation
not enough hours in a day to get to everyone you'd like.
A laid back but always productive and innovative company.
Tech Ops (Current Employee) – Forsyth County, GA – May 17, 2017
New York Life is a fun and fast paced environment where everybody networks with each there to get the job done well. I have been there for 3 months out of my 6 month internship program and if i had the opportunity to work for them full time, I would not hesitate to do so.
Very fun, family atmosphere. Great culture and benefits!
Registered Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 16, 2017
I have had the best experience at New York Life. Their training program is just what I needed to start my career as a financial advisor! I have been here almost 3 years now, and love every minute of it. The culture is unlike anything else. It really does feel like a family atmosphere, with friendly and fun competition. The hardest part of the job for me is talking to strangers. Once I get over that fear, it all becomes very simple. It's very satisfying knowing that I am helping to transform my community!
Great support from management, unlimited earning potential, pension plan, 401k & health insurance
you get out what you put in. Definitely NOT for those looking for a mindless 9-5
I had a very good time at New York Life Insurance. My team and colleagues are pretty good, I love work atmosphere and challenges I face there.If I will get chance to work again in NYL, I will accept for sure. Thank You..!
Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – New Jersey – May 15, 2017
As the personal assistant to a life insurance agent, a typical day in the workplace consisted of tending to any needs of said agent, attending fairs and such by her side, and aiding her in assisting or educating clientele on life insurance packages, benefits, and options.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 12, 2017
My typical work day was one of a secretary. Answering the phone, greeting clients, making appointments, and filing. My manager was a notable agent who made the job easy for me, only reason I stopped working was because she was retiring.
Agent (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – May 11, 2017
The right person can really soar in this business. It's selling insurance, pure and simple. If you can market yourself properly in an over-saturated market and get past the awkward points of selling, you can have a promising career. It is extremely tough, and prospecting is not taught.