Questions and Answers about Freedom Financial Network

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Freedom Financial Network.

View all 18 questions about Freedom Financial Network

What is the most stressful part about working at Freedom Financial Network?

Asked

Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

6 answers

I love it, they treat us to lunch all the time have family events and give out prizes non stop. I’ve worked at many jobs and never experienced this culture . Love it

Answered

1
Report answer

Job isn't what they say it is in the interview and hiring process. Say if you sit at your desk 40 hours a week and it's a 85k job easy. Well 6 days a week and 49 hours and this is a 60k stress fest. Highest turnover I have ever seen at a company. Best place to work in the valley is a joke. They make big buck on fee's,etc and it doesn't come back to employee's.

Answered

3
Report answer

Inability to approach management, What was once a fun and great company turned into a high stressed numbers game with a reduction in pay by 60% with commission reorganization and new management.

Answered - Negotiation Specialist (Former Employee) - Tempe, AZ

3
Report answer

It's really not much to Stress about at freedom everyone is pretty cool and the supervisors are chill as well.

Answered - Client Advocate (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ 85044

1
Report answer

You are only as good as your numbers for the month.

Answered - Negotiations Specialist (Former Employee) - Tempe, AZ

Report answer

I did not feel the job was stressful, however I was nervous talking with law offices to settle accounts at first but quickly got used to it.

Answered - Debt Negotiator (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA

Report answer