Medical History & Benefit Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 4, 2018
A lot of the times at this company there is favoritism over great work ethic. There are times when management let their friends color outside the lines, but if an employee disagree retaliation can occur.
They do provide lunch often during open enrollment and when productivity is continuously met.
They do not abide by their handbook on a lot of things when ot is convenient for them.
Health Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – June 11, 2018
They reel you in by promising you'll make tons of money and can be your own boss. That is not the case. You are punished for doing the simplest things, like not wanting to work a Saturday. It is pure commission, so there is no guaranteed paycheck and you are told to work countless hours 7 days a week, even holidays. You are scolded if you take any time off, such as a personal day or if you fall ill, therefore getting less leads, etc. It was supposed to be a way for me to make money at my own pace, but I quickly realized unless you were basically willing to give up your life, there is absolutely no way you will make any money. Oh, and the money you do make is not "yours". If a client cancels then they take that money away. You can even end up owing the company. So all that hard work and countless hours for nothing. Do not work for this company.
The potential to make money
Terrible leadership and work environment, no check for weeks
Fun place and great people but commission-only salary is for the birds!
Writing Agent (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – March 21, 2018
There were courses I had to complete and then I had to take tests for certification, none of which was paid training. This took me about 2-3 weeks and I didn't pass until the third time. Each test cost $69 (I think) and that was money out of my own pocket as well. When I was finally able to get to work, I realized it felt more like glorified outbound telemarketing than working directly with clients. Obviously, I should've listened to my husband!
Relaxed environment, you set your own hours, Fun people!!
NO PAYCHECK until you build your own clientele...took too long to see progress!
Health Insurance Agent/Sales (Current Employee) – Orlando, FL – December 2, 2017
• Selling individual health insurance plans and supplementary products for small business owners, self-employed individuals and their family • Achieved sales goals through cold calling to business owners and individuals as well as leveraging existing networks, and as proactively hunting and tactfully closing new accounts • Collaborated with the Research department to obtain options for healthcare treatment, physicians and facilities to deliver the most affordable and suitable plan to each client
Customer Service Analayst (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – August 30, 2017
management was great. They are very helpful and flexible when you needed to come in late or leave early for a dr's appointment. I would still be there if I did not exhausted my FMLA time due to my illness
Licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 13, 2017
I enjoyed my work when I started. After a year of being there it became a very stressful place to work. There is a chance to make a very decent living if you are willing to give up 50 plus hours a week.
Health Coverage Advisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 2, 2017
This was one of the worst job experiences I have ever had! They do not care about there employees nor their clients. They give a style of presentation that makes them appealing but it is pure deception. A typical day was making/receiving up to 400 calls a day with someone looking over your shoulder, to prospects who have not even requested contact but you are ordered to convince them to buy and make them feel as though they have no other option but to do so. But once the client finds out the deception and cancels the policy you are charged back the full amount including any advancements! Management would only turn there back.
I worked at this lab for two and half years and moved up quickly to a trainer and then management. The company downsize and closed its doors of business at the end of 2016.The company specialized in drug screens and was just not making enough money to stay afloat.