-They pay for all your licenses
-It's a good place to learn and gain experience
(get your licenses, place trades, learn to interact with clients, learn about different products, and once you reach your growth potential go somewhere else)
-They recruit college students who are motivated and will take a low paying Salary
-Most employees are in their low 20's
-They offer continuous training and designations and will refund you once you pass the tests
-It can get old fast as it's a call center
-There is a lot of competition and you are awarded for meeting goals through food mainly but they also offer monthly bonuses
-Its all about what you can do for me today and not what you did yesterday
-Pay is low for the amount of work you do and how much money you make for the company
-Turn over is high. People pass the tests and go somewhere else once they realize managements agenda (managers are in their mid 20's) and that they can go somewhere else for better pay and less work.
-The company has been around for over hundred years but the department (AAC) has been around less than 10, the company is constantly trying to figure out how they can improve. But in the end, the logistics is confusing as well as their compensation metrics.
Overall, the culture is the best. Young people who are team players.
But the stress is very high for all levels.
They have a 401k with match. Pension after 1 year. If you want a secure job with routine this is the place, but if you want to maximize your pay you can take these skills and go somewhere else.
30 min lunch, high call volume, work overload, incompetent managers, business model