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“you have to be paid back by the insurance company”
60 days and then you are eligible
there were no benefits offered or anything like that
Nothing they promise you in the interview is true. At all. No matter how many times you ask them they will obfuscate and tell you things about their commission structure/base pay that simply aren't true.
Health, dental, and bison via some company based out of Oregon. Were excellent coverages with low deductibles and co-pays.
Company provides gmail account at no cost to employee. This allows the employee to send and receive electronic mail without writing a check to an internet service provider.
Insurance sucks bad conpany bad benefits
The insurance company is on the west Coast and the coverage is horrible in North Carolina.
If you're there long enough to get them then they're pretty good.
90 days til you get any benefits -- they fire people in the first week.
Will experience high turnover, and short time to prove yourself Management cares about money only and not about the customers or employees Do not expect responsible time off or to take care of health problems Ability to earn quick income and fast if cut out for the job and can preform.
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