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Answered - Payroll Clerk ( Assistant) (Former Employee) - Manhattan, NY
None you had to use vacation
Answered - AVP of Marketing (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
I was not full time but I never had an issue if I needed to take off for illness.
Answered - Editorial Assistant (Former Employee) - New York, NY
No sick leave policy.
Answered - Insurance Agent (Former Employee) - Bethesda, MD
5/10 sick days a year. They accure over time
Answered - Senior Market Manager (Current Employee) - Austin, TX
As an agent you are commission based so you are not paid for sick time or holidays.
Answered - Agent / Financial Serves (Current Employee) - Okc, OK
I had eye surgery and the reason they called was to make sure I was pro-active in my sales. It is exclusively commission.
Answered - Registered Representative Series (Former Employee) - Sunrise, FL
The sick leave policy is lenient long because the agents are independent contractors.
Answered - Licensed Insurance Agent (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX
There is no calling in sick. You are technically your own business and as an agent you are also the owner. If you take a day off your business takes the day off as well.
Answered - Financial Professional (Current Employee) - Scranton, PA