401K, Deferred Compensation and Employee Stock Purchase Program
If you work hard you will be paid accordingly
Best- Bounses on top of sales Worst- 100% commission
No benefits until you turn manager
As an agent you earn benefit bucks semi-annually based on your production. This money goes towards the cost of your health insurance. If you are in management, you have health insurance as a company benefit. We have a deferred comp plan to which you can contribute. The company contributes after 2 years of service. As an agent, you are 1099, which means you pay your own taxes, save in an IRA, and when you don't work you don't make money. You learn to manage this over time and it's no big deal.
They will pay you a free bonus if you prove you have health insurance. It is called benefit bucks. They do however offer a nice performance bonus program. The largest bonus being $60,000 for the quarter if you sell 60,000 in Apc's. This is a little unrealistic but essentially they will match whatever you make for the quarter as long as you are a productive agent.
Time off, packages offered as incentive bonuses
There are no agent benefits
You get a 403B, a health steipen in February and November based on your performance and they had trips and bonuses . However there's no paid sick days ...no paid vacation....nothing for maternity leave...the hours are super long
Large health insurance stipend, large bonus income potential, high performance based trips and events rewarded, large employer match retirement fund potential
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.