The best thing about the benefits here is that you get paid on your own policy so it's like getting your health coverage at a discount.
No benefits as all is on contractor basis
No benefits, pay(it commission only), or compensation. You make your own schedule and get great networking ties. You are a 1099 which means no benefits, you don't even get a discount for the insurance.
The benefits are truly only the compensation for the sales until you have been with the company for over 2 years and are one of the best sales people.
It's a 1099 position, there is no benefits package, although USHA does have a hybrid stock option program, where you get to hold stock for 4 years and then get the difference between when you were hired and where the stock is currently and so far it's gone up every year.
1099 contractor, there are no benefits provided by the company because you are self employed, I'll never be an employee to anyone but myself ever again and that's the greatest benefit of all.
The Benefits far outweigh the cost and make it easy to assist individuals, groups, and families. However, you can't help everyone, but we advise to help other people everyday!
Company perks, stock options, access to amazing health insurance, consistent raises/bonuses, opportunity for advancement is real
No benefits since you are a contracted agent.
Its all up to the employee and how hard they work. The more you sale the more you make and become eligible for stock after one year
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