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Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I have been working at Aflac full-time (More than a year)
A lot depends on the office and manager you have. Many/most do not train you. I transferred office because of that.My new manager is great, but the business is still slow. Its a roller coaster ride. I hear the first year is the hardest.
You are on your own. I think the company counts on churning new hires. It requires managers to recruit, but does not require them to train. So people come and go -- and then Aflac assumes the clients, policies, and premium after they leave. It feels a bit like a racquet. Corporate policies are chintzy.
Advice to Management
Managers are great, as long as you have one that will train you. Corporate policies change too often regarding pay and eligibility for other goodies. Its hard to trust corporate.