Medicare Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Westford, MA – March 28, 2018
This company has the highest attrition rate i've ever experienced, while having the highest cost per employee i know of. Each sales agent was licensed in 50 states, and paid to study for and take the state health license exam. They spend at least 10k per employee and, once hired, do absolutely nothing to help that employee succeed. i did well, but so many good people were laid off because they were hired without sales experience and never given a lick of sales training to ensure their success. The company wastes so much money and does nothing to make employees feel valued.
Full Time Employee (Current Employee) – West Valley City, UT – May 16, 2018
Everyone is friendly and outgoing. Management is open and available. Tons of team and company activities (BBQs and potlucks). Peer groups are always willing to listen and provide constructive feedback.
Call Center Account Specialist (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – January 6, 2018
I really enjoyed working at eHealth because they paid well and offered overtime. I was able to make good money for the holidays. The staff was very nice and taught us a lot of good information needed to perform our duties.
Registered Medical Assistant/ Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Northwest Arkansas, MO, OK – October 26, 2017
Compensation is great, excellent communication. I wish there were more events available; however, that is the nature of this industry. I enjoy our clients and most events I work with team players. I like the cultural diversity and the opportunity to engage with each of our clients.
Compensation, organization, communication, many events available
Seasonal Licensed Medicare Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – West Valley City, UT – October 24, 2017
They are very much a numbers/high performance based company. If you have struggles with sales, they give you some counseling and try to motivate you, but if your numbers don't improve, they'll let you go. No real job development/training nor real sales training assistance if you struggle out on the floor after initial training.
Helped get insurance license training paid for
VERY tight on the sales expected. If performance is low, you won't last long