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I worked at Insphere Insurance as a contractor (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendDoesn't Recommend
I can't think of any. There were a lot of health and life insurance products to choose from and an agent could potentially offer a customer many different options to best fit the customer's needs.
If you're into sales this one might be for you.
The company claimed that it was all about helping the customer - give good customer service! However, agents were paid on commissions, and the highest commissions were paid on products that made the most money for the company, which often meant they weren't all that great for the customer.
When I started working for the company, I initially tried to actually understand the insurance products we sold and to fit them to the customer's needs. However, over time it became clear that those who succeeded in the selling business simply found the products that paid good commissions and said what it took to sell these to customers. All the other products were just a way of looking authoritative on insurance without having any real knowledge.
Advice to Management
Commissioned sales works best where a sales agent has to give a simple presentation over and over again. This kind of incentive gets the agent to walk to the next house or make the next phone call. For jobs that require thought on behalf of others, comission is not the way to go.