The profit share is great! It’s a twice a year bonus worth thousands. Completely worth it.
Great staff, and nice office
401k. Retirement for employees with the company prior to 2014.
There is not a A benefits package: most coordinators had insurance through their own spouses: after getting FULLY LICENSED you get a discounted rate for a preferred independent insurance carrier
Really no benefits as you are a 1099 contract employee
When it comes to perks, you can create your own schedule. You can work at the office or from home. You don't receive PTO but on the residuals you receive after writing a portfolio of business, they can almost match normal PTO for salaried positions (this is strictly commission based). Major medical is not offered through Everwell (Aflac) only supplemental and you cover 100% of the cost.
There are no benefits. This is a 1099 job so they don't offer you anything. You can purchase Aflac policies for yourself, but they charge you the same as if you were a stranger on the street. You also don't qualify for several of them like short term disability. There are no real perks. Training is unpaid. Travel isn't compensated. You can work from home, but you won't get any selling done. It's entirely commission based and there are built in bonuses for milestones, but it pales in comparison to what you have to give them. I was there for three years. Don't work here.
time off, benefits, 401k, holidays and sick leave
We don't receive much of anything, we have to pay everything out of pocket and are told to just "write it off"
The average agent is a 1099 with no benefits, high pressure sales and very little control of your own accounts. When I was hired I was told that the accounts I landed would be mine to enroll and control but while I was there
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