Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.

www.coloniallife.com
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1099

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Current Employee - Agency Development Manager in Denver, CO
Current Employee - Agency Development Manager in Denver, CO

I have been working at Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.

Approves of CEO
Approves of CEO

Pros

This is a 1099 position so it is what you make of it. A lot of recruiting required and a lot of cold calling. You can make some money but it is not easy.

Cons

Commission only is a tough way to start new folks off. I would do some sort of draw system starting off.

Advice to Management

Benefits are needed to get this job off of the ground. Need health insurance and life insurance

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  1. Great culture - limited opportunities

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Columbia, SC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Columbia, SC

    I have been working at Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.

    No opinion of CEO
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Colonial Life has developed a great culture providing a 'community' feeling. Employees are friendly and generally satisfied. The company has a great program to keep involved in the local community and even provides employees time to volunteer 'on the clock'. Ceremonies are frequent and for those eligible, awards are given to reward outstanding customer service. The benefits package is great and salary seems to be average.

    Cons

    While training opportunities are offered, there is not much room for upward mobility. Unless you are a part of the 'good old boy network' or are fresh out of college, you are easily overlooked. Management and Senior Leaders look at employees as worker bees. It's better to be seen and not heard.

    Advice to Management

    Pay more attention to what is going on under your nose instead of trying to impress each other.


  2. customer service

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Columbia, SC
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Columbia, SC

    I have been working at Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Co.

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Good benefits package. Good PTO. Good time off for holidays and special events.

    Cons

    there is a great lack of communication from management to the employees. Not in all cases but it appears that way more often than not. There is a lot of good ole boy system still in place there. Way too much stress put on employees. There needs to be more claims examiners to process claims. Just not enough feedback from Colonial or the parent company UNUM. Not enough recognition of the work done and asking employees to work way too much. Making employees feel like they are not valued. Takes way too long to process claims and there are way to many mistakes made in the claims process.

    Advice to Management

    Learn to value the employee. Keep him or her informed of their rights. Treat everyone the same and take all circumstances in consideration when making decisions. Actually listen to the feedback instead of just asking. Act on their recommendations. They do the job day to day and know more than management how the customer feels.


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