Sr. Case Manager (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – August 15, 2018
Futurity first attempted to start a business office however, they lack the direction needed to be successful. With workers that have experience in the industry they still were not able to accommodate the process. They are looking to hire and pay cheap salaries for 4x the work.
Agent (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 17, 2018
I met some nice people, but that's the end of it. As soon as I signed up, they closed the office I was in. Then they closed another office. The third one was run by a nice guy who had no idea how to manage and support agents. It was a disaster.
Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 11, 2017
Depending on the office you work out of, so it's the culture and compensation. Some offices are all about splits. You're a captive agent and thus the commissions can be 50-40% below street level. The hope is that you'll make quota every month to get bonuses and thus make up for the very low commissions. They push the sale of annuities and large life insurance cases. There's no much money in selling Medicare supplements or MAPDs. Lots of call calling and they do it the way they learned it at Bankers Life Insurance. Very poor presence in the digital world and can be a nightmare when the wires between Senior Market Sales and Futurity First cross. Very bureaucratic and don't expect too much transparency when it comes to knowing the level of splits beforehand.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – March 24, 2016
As an Office Manager, I learned a lot working for Futurity First Insurance Group. It gave me the opportunity to meet a lot of people in the insurance business, giving me knowledge of different insurance policies...etc
They were a great company. Everything about them was first class. They were a start up company owned by a hedge fund and when the recession hit they were forced to re-organize and were eventually sold to another company.
Atlanta South, Sales Manager (Former Employee) – marietta, ga – May 30, 2013
The company has failed its agents (closes offices, terminate every agent, no warnings) the day office closed we had 3 hrs. to remove our property. slow pay out commision. i would not refer this company to any agent. my worst experience in my career.
Branch Agent (Current Employee) – Oak Brook IL – May 14, 2013
If you're a veteran of the insurance business, Futurity First might be a good fit since it offers a broker as well as a career track. Some of the administrative functions don't run as smoothly as they could, but it's a growing company with a good track record with its clients
working from home, good culture
commute to Oak Brook for required meetings if you don't live nearby.