Current and former employees report that Aflac provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“The culture within Aflac does not work well with "work from home' as these agent tend to be out of touch with trends within Aflac.”
“Training is overall very good but can also be affected by the leadership.”
“Bonus' based on performance. So up to you”
Great Benefits and PTO. Work from home and Hybrid work schedules available to most employees.
W2 employment is very different than being a 1099 field agent or associate. So great benefits if W2 and not much at all if you're a 1099. W2 status means you are a corporate employee, which means you'll have wonderful, very comprehensive benefits. Field Agents are 1099s and therefore not benefit eligible. Aflac HQ does offer supplemental policies at a discounted rate for agents and there are also a few "value added service" options available to agents as well. These options vary by state. If you plan to become an agent, understand you'll need to secure your own major medical insurance. (Marketplace or some other private insurance option)
Great benefits, stock options and great FMLA policies
Flexible hours, large potential for earning.
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Stocks is the only benefit , NO health , no 401k, no paid time off, no paid sick time off.
1099 position so no actual benefits
No benefits at all since you’re 1099
Best thing is stock. That’s all you get.
There are no benefit packages for Sales Agents
None are offered unless it’s the accident plan that one of their products. And you can only enroll yourself, and there’s no employer contribution.