Very Easy Interview
I applied through other source and the process took a day - interviewed at Family Heritage Life Insurance.
Interview Details –
Found the ad on Craig's list and applied. Received a call the next day asking if I could come interview. I interviewed with my sales director, team leader and the VP of the Texas district. Interview was very laid back, questions were asked about specific things on my resume. After they asked questions about myself they started to demo me the product. Then they asked how many people I could sell it to a day and asked for my overall interest in the position on a scale from one to 10. After that they offered me the position and flew out to sales school 5 days later.
What they are looking for is someone who is driven, very personable and can be highly productive with out someone telling them what to do.
In order to qualify for the job, you must have reliable transportation and cannot have any felonies because you have to get an insurance license to sell.
Interview Question – Very laid back interview Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Family Heritage Life Insurance in September 2012.
Interview Details – There were actually five steps to the process, beginning with an initial telephone interview with the State Director. This followed the same week with two separate personal interviews at the office, then a follow-up meeting the next week with the team leader who would be field training me. The process was consumated with a final "signing" meeting where we entered into a written contract agreement.
Negotiation Details – N/A
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Family Heritage Life Insurance in February 2012.
Interview Details – Initially, I was contacted by phone and had a ten minute interview. The job was described as sales to business owners and CEO's. I was invited to a group interview which consisted of a sales presentation to the potential candidates complete with video presentations about the company. Followup interview was again by phone. The position required an insurance license paid for by the applicant. This was acceptable for the position as described in the interview, however, at training it became clear that the job was door to door sales to individuals and not to business as described. Training involves air travel, hotel and a week of classes with other new hires. Memorization of presentation is required. If new hire does not stay with the position, they are billed for all training costs.
Negotiation Details – Nothing was negotiable. I advise applicants to research the company before the group interview. I would attempt to negotiate costs for insurance license if I had it to do again. I truly believe they would have hired any warm body that was willing to absorb the costs.
Unlimited income opportunity, earn renewal income and vesting
Best supplemental policies out there with return of premium
Work with supportive people that want to help you grow professionally and personally
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