Columbus Life Insurance Company Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$5M to $25M (USD)
Agent in Philadelphia, PA
on September 17, 2020
I think that the commission information is very vague. They don't pay all of your target premium percentage, it broken up into different portions. The maximum you get up front is capped at 3000k.
Regional Vice President in Florida
on May 17, 2018
Good working experience until Senior management had a turnover. Good Benefits and working conditions. Underwriting was a challenge and sometimes was a barrier to do more business
Client Assistance Contract Service Representative in 300 E. Broad Street
on February 15, 2018
At the time, there wasn't much in the innovation stages of the organization everything was done by paper. Enjoyed the co-workers and management. free parking
Executive Admin Assistant to the President in Cincinnati, OH
on May 31, 2017
Columbus Life was very stressful. The management was very stereotypical of a 1950s company. Very male chauvinist environment. Was oppressed by my manager on a daily basis.
Marketing & Sales System Consultant in Cincinnati, OH
on October 11, 2015
Had 7 bosses in 9 years. Had to adjust. My position had only lateral movements to potentially improve my career. Columbus Life did provide job security but being a subsidiary company of Western & Southern, resources were often allocated away from our objectives. Overall review? B.
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