AGENT (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 14, 2018
Work culture was great, but the management was a little shaky and skeptical. Compensation isn't worth it in my opinion. Also compensation looks great, but much of it comes with difficult stipulations to achieve it.
Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 14, 2018
It was difficult to learn by simply watching and not getting the reinforcement of your manager on what was taught in seminars and when your manager was more focused on helping her son a New York Life Employee with being successful and using those she hired to boost her income and not really managing and training them.
Management is poor. There is no direct career path and they speak on developing something each year , but no work or progress has been made. When you ask questions about your career growth there is no clear answer and the buck is passed for someone else to answer the question, but nobody has an intelligent or honest answer
MANAGER (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 8, 2018
New York Life claims to be an inclusive company, it’s really not. Management gives the impression that they want you to succeed, but it’s really the same as most other big companies, it’s who you know and who’s butt you have to kiss to succeed. Too bad.
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – March 7, 2018
I love this company, i havent been able to reach my full potential due to some family issues but NY Life has allowed me to start my career and be there for my family. The Partners are all available to assist you in building your business. They are there to guide you in every way. NY Life offers excellent training throughout the company to assist agents in every way!
flex schedule, Partners assist and train and help develop new agents
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 5, 2018
I like to work at the NY Life Insurance for the fact that have everything for opportunity and good pay when direct hire. Working as a temp I gain to learn new good skills that open me doors for other higher positions.
General Good Compensation and Good Benefits for permanent employees
Temp worker not always get hired unless your are fortunately and the position is open for you.
Agent (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – March 1, 2018
A typical day at work is leaning from the best. Being taught how to run a successful business and to develop your brand in the most productive, efficient manor possible, I must attribute to New York Life. Providing me with the platform to run my business the way I see fit is an amazing experience at New York Life. What I have learned at New York Life is impossible to measure. My deepest gratitude to my mentors.
Working for the number one company in the country.
Senior Compliance Consultant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 28, 2018
If you are looking for a steady but slow job, New York Life is the place for you. If you are looking for vision and innovation you will not find it here. To their defense, they are an extremely successful insurance company for that reason.
AGENT (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – February 28, 2018
Excellent Training, Excellent follow-up with training accountability, As a new agent NYL would benefit from starting new agent with a salary to keep their head above water or at the very least a draw. This is an excellent company work for and plenty of training to succeed.
Financial Services Professional (Former Employee) – New Windsor, NY – February 26, 2018
You are basically building your own business if you join as an agent. You get what you put into it and have to learn to overcome disappointment. If you can build you own practice then you can work there for the rest of your life.
Licensed Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Bridgewater, MA – February 26, 2018
Excellent education benefits and great people to work with. They are very helpful with getting your business up and running and have great expense benefits to make sure you are earning the most you can.
Tampa Sales Desk - Product Consultant (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – February 21, 2018
A typical day was on the phone all day either receiving inbound calls from Agents or making outbound calls to agents and clients. A lot of certifications and training is necessary. I worked in a small group of 8 people.