Interviewed at American Income Life
Interview Details – come in for a three step interview. the second interview is in a group setting where you can interact with other potential new hires and hear more about our company and what we do and how you can make as much money as your heart desires.
Interview Question – I have no clue what this is asking Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at American Income Life in October 2013.
Interview Details – Called met with a hiring manager went through a question session. then i went for company overview and finally sat down with the state director for hiring process
Interview Question – What is your biggest weakness View Answer
I applied through other source and the process took 3 days - interviewed at American Income Life in December 2013.
Interview Details – I went in expecting a one on one interview and instead was thrown into a group "presentation" explaining how the company works and how successful other employees were. They made it sound like a really great opportunity and had us all fill out a packet full of questions and explained that if you received a phone call at 4-6pm, you've been selected to move on to the next step of the interview process and sent us home with a packet of information outlining the company and career track with possible salaries. The presentation specifically was geared toward "leadership" candidates, which was attractive, but then when they called me later on, they told me that everyone has to start out as a sales associate. Nice bait and switch! I chose not to pursue this company based upon reviews I read here and for the fact that I felt "swindled" or "tricked" into something that wasn't what they presented. If that's the way the company presents their employment, that's probably how they present their products, which didn't sit well with me.
Interview Question – There were no difficult questions, but we were given a more of a behavioral multiple choice question packet to fill out. Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter - interviewed at American Income Life in June 2012.
Interview Details – One on one interview, followed by group information session. Then you will receive an invitation for a second one one interview detailing specific available position. Then comes an acceptance of position.
Interview Question – How would sell an item to an individual who you think might not necessarily be able to afford it? Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Found a better opportunity with more base salary
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I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at American Income Life in June 2012.
Interview Details – I was looking for a job and had my resume posted on Monster.com, the company saw my information and called me to come in for an interview.......while working for the company I was promoted to Supervising Agent after 2 months and then I was told had had to have 30 interviews per week booked and so did all of the other agents thats how desperate AIL is, we would hire anyone and everyone who had the slightest interest in the job because thats how you make more money..... with my expierences it was impossible to make more money than you spend this is why they want to hire so many people. Its sad to need at least 3 or 4 agents working under you to just get by with bills, they also hire so much because most people dont stay with the company over 2 months if they even last through training. I wish I had been smart enough to realize the dead end sooner than now!!
Interview Question – Are you comfortable working at night in undesireable areas? View Answer
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at American Income Life in September 2011.
Interview Details – -Pleasant conversation with the first contact talking about my background and their company.
-First part of interview tells about the company, leaves nothing out so everyone knows from the start EXACTLY what they will be doing and what is expected of them.
-Very low pressure all throughout; Leadership team does not try to sell you on anything, it's all about fit and compatibility.
-Second interview is meant for Q&A and to find out if there is any compatibility.
-Third interview is very low pressure and the decision is totally up to you if you would like to join our organization.
Interview Question – What can you bring to the company? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 days - interviewed at American Income Life in January 2011.
Interview Details – I am going to be completely honest here with their interview process; if you jump through a few hoops and give intelligent answers; they will hire you. It is very easy to get hired, if they do not hire you, they probably don't like you.. This is how the process begins. You will get a phone call from a hiring manger. The will say something about finding your resume on the internet and ask you a few questions then they will schedule a time and date for you to come in for an interview. After the phone call you will be excited and slightly confused about what you just interviewed for. You may do some research, you may not, but I suggest you at least go to the interview, this is a perfect opportunity for some people. You will sit in a lobby of some kind with several other people and wait, but not for long. You will have whats called a "one-on-one" with someone in management. The two key questions here that they ask you is: What are you looking for? What are you looking to avoid? These two questions, at least for me, always determined whether or not this person will be a good fit. If you say I do not like sales, commission or working nights, you will not make it to the next part of the interview process. So the group interview is basically an overview of the company and opportunity. You will know just about everything you can know before getting hired at this point. After this you will have another "one-on-one" with someone in management they will answer any and all questions you may have, then schedule a final interview right then or you will get a call later that day for schedule the final interview. Now the final interview. I'm simply going to list the questions they ask here; because to be honest, if you make it this far and don't say anything ridiculous, you will get hired. You will meet with either the MGA or RGA and he/she will ask: What is the minimum you need to make to get by? What do you want to make to live the life you want to live? Why should I not hire you? Why should I hire you? Then they will do what's called the "take away," basically the philosophy behind this is a person always wants what they can't have, so they will say some things to make you feel like you make not get it, just play along. Finally they will probably leave the room for a few minutes to "consult" management and to make you sweat it out for a few. Then they will hire you! Yaaaaay and congrats!
Interview Question – 1) What are you looking for? 2) What are you looking to avoid? 3) Why should I hire you? 4) Why should I not hire you? View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, it's 100% commission. But they do offer health insurance after 90 days.
About American Income Life Insurance Company American Income Life Insurance Company (AIL) is one of the largest providers of supplemental insurance coverage to labor unions, credit unions, and associations. American… — Full Overview
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