Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Aflac in November 2012.
Interview Details – A financial planner recently moved here from the UK, I went to an interview with Aflac in Boston, MA, knowling little about the company. What attracted me was the company benefits aspect - having had experience setting up large corporate schemes in the UK, (pension, life etc.) Firstly, there was no interview, it was a group presentation where they sold the company to me in a room with 20+ people. Aflac do purerly ancialliary benefit schemes (no bad thing), but is 100% commission only sales role - not at all to do with setting up of company schemes. The next stage in interview process was to register interest for a 1:1 'chat'. (I did not as the job was somewhat misrepresented to me.)
Interview Question – None! 1st interview is a group presentation - interestingly the e-mail said 'business atire required' and I was the only one out of 20 in a suit and tie. People even turned up in jeans and casual shirts. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – The job was not what I was told it was on the phone
Pros: Working for Aflac was one of the best things that has happened in my life. My son who has a chronic heart condition needed me to be available, and working with Aflac afforded me the opportunity to work my own schedule. I have been with Aflac… – Full Review
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