Licensed Agent (Current Employee) – Oakbrook Terrace, IL – October 10, 2018
The people are great but local division is the pits! They treat you like your not worthy and with indifference. Middle mgmt is stuck buffering the jerks from getting in your business when they ask why your having issues.
Amazing atmosphere at USHA the people who work here is very diversified and it is amazing to see how the office gets along and have a good time. The team leaders and branch manager will help you when trying to complete your sales. The whole branch is a huge team that helps each other to make sales.
Sales Producer (Former Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA 70817 – September 24, 2018
Great environment but barely any training or coaching outside of the first week. Highest turnover rate and they focus more on the newer people than people who got hired last week. Also pressure and harass you if you don't go into the office daily.
Health Insurance Agent - unlicensed (Current Employee) – Clearwater, FL – September 23, 2018
This is a commission only job and you have to continuously make cold calls all day in order to be lucky enough to get one or two people in a week. Sometimes you can go days/weeks without making any money.
You can make plenty of money during open enrollment, But not so much during the rest of the year.
Ok place to work if you can live without making money for a while
Health Insurance Advisor (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 18, 2018
Working from home is phenomenal and I love being my own boss and employee! However, just starting out, I have worked weeks on end and have not made more than 1 sale, so be prepared to possibly work for a while, being unpaid, as you learn the ropes.
A great oppurtunity to stay close to family while earning a living in health and life insurance
License Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – September 6, 2018
A typical days work involves making up to 400 cold calls on leads that are freely provided through vanilla soft program. I enjoy explaining the innovations of health insurance of US Health advisors to those I talk to.
It is a great job for a single person, not for someone who has a family. Most of the time you are required to work 8 to 10pm everyday. Target market is only about 14% of population. when you sell its good $$ but you dont always sell. You end up getting a loan and owe money to the company.
Licensed Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Quakertown, PA – July 24, 2018
In my year working there, I met some of the best leaders I have ever come across. This job was tough. You had to motivate yourself everyday. Being a Health Insurance Advisor isn't easy. You have to be a self starter, be very organized and persistent. The biggest reason I left was to pursue a lifelong goal I wanted to meet. The Quakertown, PA office is a great environment with great people. If you want to pursue being an Insurance Agent as a career, this is the place to go.
Life and Health Agent (Current Employee) – San Dimas, CA – July 16, 2018
Lots of dials outside of California. Most of your day is spent on making dials. No initial training prior to getting you to dial for appointments. The office is still in the early stages of growth so it get quite loud when everyone is speaking.Very nice and professional co-workers.
Direct Health care sale agent (Former Employee) – Colorado – July 1, 2018
Product is not waht it appears to be very sketchy. I was a top seller within 5 months. Once open enrollment sstopped sales plunged. Found out with in 6 mos. just how misrepresented the product was, could no longer ethically continue with company.
Licensed Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – June 28, 2018
Unless you want to sit in a call center for 8 hours a day making 200 plus calls this is not the job for you. There is no support financially in regards to a salary. To qualify a potential insurer they have to be in perfect health.
Independent Sales & Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 31, 2018
Best part of the job is helping people in need save 30% on their health care. Typical day consistent of making 150-200 outbound calls to people in several states to educate and write insurance plans for their well-being and budget.
Lack of viable leads and marketing-affects pay tremendously
Excellent workplace culture with people who want you to be successful
Health Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – May 30, 2018
A typical day at work is calling Customers from a Lead System. I give quotes to people who are interested in either getting new health insurance or are looking to replace what they have. I process applications who want to get the health insurance we offer. I become their personal agent when they have been approved for the policy.
This job has an excellent workplace culture with a fantastic management leadership.
The most enjoyable part of this job is the people. Everyone genuinely supports each other and wants each other to be successful.