Baltimore Life

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Baltimore Life Reviews

4 Reviews
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4 Reviews

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    Great company, very flexible and great culture. Small amount of employees so the work can be alot for one person

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Baltimore Life

    Pros

    Great company, very flexible and great culture. Small amount of employees so the work can be alot for one person

    Cons

    Great company, very flexible and great culture. Small amount of employees so the work can be alot for one person

Baltimore Life Interviews

Updated Dec 3, 2014
Updated Dec 3, 2014

Interview Experience

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    Insurance Sales Interview

    Anonymous Employee
    Anonymous Employee
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Baltimore Life.

    Interview Details

    I had completed an online assessment first. It seemed to be telling me that I would be paying for things out-of-pocket quite often, but I decided to pursue anyhow. It was difficult to make an appointment for a phone interview, because apparently no one knows anyone's schedule or IF they'll even be in the office. The interviewer sounded generally unprofessional, and took a few other phone calls while I was on the line, about a total of five minutes' time. She had to pull up my resume when I mentioned it because it was not in front of her. I spoke about ten words before she told me how spectacular I am and how I just HAD to accept employment. Very suspicious. She continually spoke about how great the company is, but did not ask me questions about myself or review the type of employee I am. She would not answer what a base salary would be, nor would she answer if there even WAS a base salary. She skated around a lot of important questions. After becoming increasingly frustrated with the interview, I said I would not be accepting. She started talking very quickly and apologetically, like a used-car salesman trying to desperately hold onto the sale. It was really difficult to get off the phone after I refused to come in to sign paperwork. I don't understand why they would want an employee who doesn't want the job.
    Reading the reviews on this site from employees of Baltimore Life made me absolutely sure that I made the right decision.

    Interview Questions
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    Reasons for Declining

    Unprofessional interviewer, company seems interested in getting their hands on anyone they can whether or not they fit the job.

    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

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Website www.baltlife.com
Headquarters Owings Mills, MD
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1882
Type Company - Private
Industry Insurance
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year

Baltimore Life keeps its finger on the pulse of citizens in Baltimore and beyond. The company provides a variety of life insurance products and annuities to customers in the US. Products include term and universal life, stewardship annuities, and single premium policies. Independent and affiliated agents sell the company's policies. Licensed in 48 states and Washington, DC, the firm operates primarily in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Baltimore Life was founded in 1882 and reorganized to a mutual insurance holding company structure in 2001.

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