Current and former employees report that Aflac provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“It is 1099, so you always have the flexibility from working at home”
“Great to get you started but you have to learn everything else as you go.”
“Salary does not compensate for amount of work expected.”
Salary. Company holidays and PTO
Lots of benefits as it is an insurance company. Fun company.
Competitive benefits package and salary.
They had a good work environment
There are no benefits, other than the flexibility in your schedule.
No benefits that are worth the hassle 1099 employee
Great place to work for
The flexibility to work on your own terms was a game changer going from Coporate to contractor. Not only does Aflacs provisioning benefit consumers well- an offering to stand behind, but you’re able to reap the same benefits!
As a 1099 worker you are not offered benefits in the traditional sense of Medical, dental, Vision, etc. You are only offered the same programs that you are selling, and at the worst industry rating they have. With being a 1099 contract worker you do have the freedom of the ability to create and work your own schedule.
The flexibility of the job is great, pay is fast and good, sales training and help is abundant. Downfalls- cut throat, market saturation, revolving door for new agents, Management overrecruiting causing neglect for new sales reps and existing sales rep base. Stock is great!!