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Updated Jul 21, 2014

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3.0 3 reviews

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David K. Ficca

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

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

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

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

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    Very Micromanaged in PA

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Philadelphia, PA

    ProsGreat Benefits and good products

    ConsMicromanagement the agents tightly because of them paying a stipend for the 18 weeks of training. Company is known as a swap shop where they bring in employees and fire them then bring in a couple more. Company is tight with their money and employees pay for things on their own. If you want a long career it will not be here.

    Advice to Senior ManagementStop Micromanaging the heck out of the agents and if you want good morale in the offices then allow agents to enjoy their jobs.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company

     

    Over promised under compensated

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    ProsA lot of training and interaction with other agents. Allowed you to share ideas and grow your business. Management is very friendly and try to see you succeed in almost an impossible marketplace.

    Cons$300 a week in gas to make all required appointments. Company has a bad rap in the area for allowing so many Universal Life policies to fail. Once training period is over, they kind of forget about you. Just being 19 weeks into your career, it can be easy to lose direction of your business.

    Advice to Senior ManagementSTOP TRYING TO SIGN UP EVERYONE'S FAMILY AND FRIENDS AS SOON AS THEY START.

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