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Jay N. Levine
Pros – Good training program for new employees. They treat thier employees well and provide good benefits with a normal schedule. If you are in a good branch it can be fun as you get to know the few employees that work in your branch, good fun environment.
Cons – The pay is not what it could be for the work that you do. You are required to sell, collect, process and manage files. This provides lots of oppurtunity to learn but also a good amount of work to be done.
Advice to Senior Management – Reward the employees if they make the company money as you don't pay much over the base salary, which can start pretty low.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Got insurance license and some experience closing loans. Looked better on a resume than it actually was. Decent benefits.
Cons – Primary duties include phone solicitation which is tedious and hard on morale. Felt bad leading people money at 24.99%.
Pros – Fairly good pay and benefits.
Cons – Need to be able to sell, even when it's not in the customer's best interest. They are only focused on loan and insurance production, and not in any other aspect of the job. The best employees were the ones that kept the branch running, not the ones that tried to sneak an endless stream of bad loans past the underwriters (and there are a lot of them -- they often end up getting promoted!)
Advice to Senior Management – Stay open minded to the possibility that a branch needs more than just loans, it needs GOOD loans. A bunch of bad loans just adds the delinquency, and diminishes the employees ability to generate more GOOD loans.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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