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.
Health and Life Insurance Sales Producer (Former Employee) – Englewood, CO – October 3, 2017
Stressful job, because of the cold calling. Otherwise, you need to purchase your own leads. My manager was very good and fun to work for. If you are aggressive in sales over the phone, you might do well.
Health Insurance Agent (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – September 6, 2017
Go through stretches where no one is interested in the product. the people are very great and willing to assist you to help get you started. It is solely commissioned based and can be very stressful when you go through days with no pay.
Licensed Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – August 8, 2017
I am so grateful for this opportunity and for my family's future!! Working with USHA has changed my whole outlook and given me HOPE! I can now dream again and I see that I will actually achieve those dreams! If you are looking for a career that offers hope, support, unlimited earning potential, plus a secure future, then look no further! No more 8-5 for 40 years with nothing to show for it! Thank you USHA!!
No commission cap, management opportunity, residual income
FSL (Current Employee) – Billings, MT – June 9, 2017
This company is by far the best company I've ever came across. The culture and values the company embraces are second to none. The mission of H.O.P.E (helping other people every day) is more than an acronym, it is manifested constantly.
Licensed Health and Life Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 28, 2017
There is a great potential for making money, but in order to make good money your management has to be helpful, you have to be willing to possibly make no money for the first few months, and in reality you have to work harder than you ever did in order to make it. The products that are sold are good, but have some flaws that make it difficult to sell.
Licensed insurance sales professional (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 27, 2017
great place if you want to have a career in insurance sales. The company fosters a fun and exciting atmosphere. The management team wants to see you succeed and be the best you can be. There is incentives to insure you stay on tract with your goals.
Benefits Specialist (Former Employee) – Edmond, OK – March 17, 2017
Job was primarily cold calling people to try and set appts to sell health insurance products offered by USHA. Schedule for job can be flexible or hectic depending on appts. Income is sales based, so no guarantee of income for hrs put in.
Great earning potential
No guarantee of any income regardless of effort or time working