Very plentiful benefits that take care of your needs
The worst is that as an independent contractor you don't get anything unless you're in management. At best, in management you get a typical entry level benefits.
The best thing about the benefits of being a first year agent at Bankers is that they offer quarterly bonus programs, help with health insurance, and an amazing deferred compensation plan for retirement. It's very rare for a company like this to give independent contractors such great opportunities just for hitting basic production goals, so it's been super exciting.
no benefits for people that are just agents
Biggest mistake of my career! I spent 165 on testing, I can't remember how much on the license and finger prints for the state, oh then $210 for the course!!! Then I start working and no one willing to help me with what I needed to do. They want me to call people on a do not call list, people hanging up on me, basically phone stalking people for Medicare supplemental insurance. Then other days we were to go knock on strangers doors to get them to make appointments. We had a specific script to say.
It is nonexistent until you become a manager
Standard Nothing to brag about
None. You work as a 1099 independent contractor, but are treated as an employee, not a good thing either.
Free Breakfast, No reimbursement on gas, no benefit package, vulcherous environment
Unlimited vacation time as long as you produce 6000 agent production credits per quarter.
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