Typical day at work was arriving by 8 am, and preparing for conference calls, then to have a huddle with the team to set the tone for the day. They did provide quite a bit of extensive training for management to continue to learn and grow in our roles. They strive for a work life balance, however it never really falls into balance. Work always ends up taking priority and there are a lot of empty promises made. Mandatory after work calling sessions etc. The hardest part of the job was the constant sales pressure and drive through change. It was ever changing. The most enjoyable part was the perks that you got through the job, and the ability to make a difference in a clients financial situation.
Good benefits, Stock Purchase, Discounts, Paid time off.
MIssed breaks, lack of coverage, mandatory after hours meetings, lack of structure within district, lack of support from upper management.