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Full-time employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including but not limited to:
• Paid Training
• Medical, Dental, Vision benefits
• Wellness Programs
• Life and Short/Long Term Disability
• 401k w/ Company Match
• Company Paid Holidays & Generous Time-off policy
• Employee Discount Program
• Career Advancement/Development Opportunities

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The best advice for any interview is to be prepared. Make sure you read and understand the job posting you are interviewing for and be prepared to discuss your related knowledge and experience. Also, be on time, dress professionally, and be yourself!

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The amount of time from start to finish can vary per location. However, the typical interview process usually includes at least one phone interview and one face-to-face interview. Selected candidates must complete a drug and background check which usually takes two weeks from the time of offer after which they can begin their new career with Direct General.

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Warm, nothing interrogatory..

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8 hours each day

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Great focus on customer service and sales

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Over phone. I was contacted by the district sales manager and offered an hourly rate and start date.

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There was no shame in working at Direct. I actually learned a lot about the insurance business there.

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