This position is NOT a sales management position. The position is offered to numerous applicants, with a base starting salary of 30k minus benefits. It’s sole scope, and aim, is to acquire more clients; purely a commission based position.
So the interview process was a little strange for me and here is why. The first two interviews were fine, just a standard Q + A and stuff like that, but then at the end I was told to do 10 market surveys, basically asking people to give their info and while I wasn't selling anything, it seemed like I was doing a sales meeting without even being hired yet or told how much I was getting paid. This would take me about what a 40 hour week would take to get all this information as it was basically a way for them to get people's info and add it to their prospect's list. It just seemed like a lot of work before even being offered the job or told how much you were going to make, just an opinion
Not enjoyable at all after a couple of years, once i realized their corporate culture and what their real goals were
What would you suggest New York Life management do to prevent others from leaving?
Promote people to manager based on management ability, not on their sales ability.