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When you join and you train you make a lot of money because they give you a percentage of the sale. Once you hit the 3 month mark they forget about you and don’t even answer your calls when you have a question. They have already moved on to the next person. Management sucks. They forget why you showed up to the office. Even though they scheduled the meeting.
Make your own schedule
This company offered more leads than you could contact each month. Income was only limited by you willingness to work. This company was extremely competitive with all similar companies, which made getting referrals easy. This company would hire me back any time. I still keep in touch with several of the employees. Only left the company be cause of family issues back here in NJ.
In my tenure I experienced constant favoritism throughout the department. If you want great pay, this is NOT the job for you! As a professional I believe that your pay should reflect your efforts and unfortunately this is not the case at this place. Keep looking for better! Good luck!
Decent base pay
Commissions were nothing compared to what you make them!
PMI is an awesome place to work. Management and training are awesome. I love meeting and helping people. They give you great leads and are there to help you every step of the way. They really want their people to succeed.
Home office is 2 hours away from me.
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Relaxing atmosphere with good management. Performed all basic CSR/Sales tasks. Occasionally, had to take calls that I couldn't make commission on but 85% of the calls were commissionable.
the walk to the building is a little long from parking lots
This company provides a lot of resources to help you succeed, but you must be very motivated in order to be successful. You have to work at least 40 hours a week to succeed, and this includes doing your own prospecting. Company is very ethical and does what it says it will do.
Co-workers were very eager to help you accomplish job duties. Company had high revenue expectations and lack of commission to support this high revenue. People are replaced like nothing in this role.
Great insurance benefits
Time stringent and micro-managed
-I learned a lot about medicare and working with the aging population in regard to their financial health. -The training program was great, however the hardest part of the job was the cold-calling. I did not realize that we could buy our leads until after I had moved on to work for another company. I would have stayed had I checked into that beforehand. -Most enjoyable part was getting to see folks and help them map out their plans for Medicare. - I had not enough money to start it up; it takes money to make money. Make sure you have enough before you dive in.
Management is nice
The job itself is very challenging.
The atmosphere in office positive, encouraging, educational. The hardest part of job is its sales. If you don't sell a product, you don't get paid. The most enjoyable part of the job is the ability to breakdown complicated matters and being able to simplify for customers and provide Amazing products that will give people peace.
Helping people get needed policies.