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Interviews at Family First Life
Interviews for Top Jobs at Family First Life
- Insurance Agent (23)
- Insurance Broker (11)
- Life Insurance Agent (8)
- Insurance Sales Agent (7)
- Sales Associate (7)
- Agent (4)
- Licensed Insurance Agent (4)
- Field Underwriter (4)
- Sales (3)
- Producer (3)
- Customer Service Agent (3)
- Sales Agent (3)
- Customer Service Representative (3)
- Life Agent (3)
- Insurance Producer (2)
- Recruiter (2)
- Account Executive (1)
- Underwriter (1)
- Administrative Assistant (1)
- Benefits Consultant (1)
- Telesales Agent (1)
- Area Manager (1)
- Salesman (1)
- Real Estate Broker (1)
- Independent Agent (1)
- Field Sales Representative (1)
- Sales Representative (1)
- Customer Service Advisor (1)
- Licensed Sales Producer (1)
- Life Insurance (1)
Anonymous Employee in Colorado Springs, CO
I applied online. I interviewed at Family First Life (Colorado Springs, CO) in Nov 2023
Over the phone but very nice and informative . Discussed the duties and responsibilities of the job. She said literally anyone could do well with this job, I came here to look up reviews because I’ve never done this line of work before and in getting licensed through them and they can terminate my license if I video not to work fort them anymore
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Buenos Aires
I interviewed at Family First Life (Buenos Aires)
promedio como toda entrevista, preguntando que valoro de la empresa, cuales son mis objetivos y que espero lograr trabajando en la empresa desde el primer dia hasta el ultimo, fueron muy amables
- que pensaba sobre la empresa
What people are saying about Family First Life
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Marietta, OH
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Family First Life (Marietta, OH) in Sep 2023
Way too much MLM type language. Ex. “Be your own boss”, “Uncapped income”. They called me and presented as if I were interviewing for a position via Zoom, and told me to dress business casual. It was a zoom webinar showcasing “Success stories”. Waste of time and makeup.
- They didn’t ask me anything it was a webinar
Anonymous Employee in Atlanta, GA
I interviewed at Family First Life (Atlanta, GA)
It's pretty easy to apply and be called. They just want to make sure you are dedicated and committed to the process. If you have competing priorities, then this may not be the fit for you.
- What makes you a good fit for this company and this position?
Anonymous Employee in Tampa, FL
I applied online. I interviewed at Family First Life (Tampa, FL) in May 2023
The lady that do my interview was great. Right now I can't remember her name, but she answers all my questions. Also she explained very well the Family first life insurance company. What I need to know about getting ther. Thanks a lot for all the information that you gave me through that process.
- If I arleady have the license
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Virginia Beach, VA
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Family First Life (Virginia Beach, VA) in Apr 2023
There is no real interview. The woman with whom I spoke was scripted and plastic. She "fast-tracked" me into their Telegram Group, signup process and training sessions. They do offer training, which is nice, but the whole buying of the leads is a racket. All reviews suggest this is their scam. I am uncertain if they even sell insurance products since the focus seems to be getting more Agents into their MLM, so they can buy old leads that don't seem to pan out for most. There are many companies that focus on this type of model. At the end of the day, I deleted my Telegram account and stopped engaging. I would take the Positive reviews on this site with caution. Every company I have worked for has the marketing and HR teams go in to inflate the negative reviews to make it seem as though the company is much better than it is. I would steer clear of this one. To end on a positive note, the two people I interacted with were quite pleasant and they do make one feel "welcomed" in the Telegram group. Go with your heart on this one friends. Run, do not walk to the nearest EXIT. :-)
- This isn't a true interview process, as they want you in. If was more desirable, it would be more difficult to get in.
Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Family First Life (Los Angeles, CA) in Feb 2023
I was solicited through text, indicated interest ("no cold calls") then received a phone call interview to start right away. Seems like a great team and lots of opportunities to learn and grow.
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Anonymous Interview Candidate in Philadelphia, PA
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Family First Life (Philadelphia, PA) in Dec 2022
interesting sales pitch, really pushed to invest my own money into leads rather than starting at a lower commission rate and working my way up until I decide to purchase my own or go the other way
- What do you want to invest?
I interviewed at Family First Life
Easy going interview with a hiring manager to go over interest and qualifications. Make sure to make a list of questions to ask. Ask about detailed commissions from all carriers so you understand how you’ll be paid.
- Why do you want to get into life insurance
I interviewed at Family First Life
Pretty simple and straightforward. The process is quick and you have the ability to start right away. They cover your materials to study for the state exam as well. I was happy with how my experience went.
Family First Life Interviews FAQs
Glassdoor users rated their interview experience at Family First Life as 76.6% positive with a difficulty rating score of 1.83 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty). Candidates interviewing for Area Manager and Customer Service Advisor rated their interviews as the hardest, whereas interviews for Administrative Assistant and Telesales Agent roles were rated as the easiest.
The hiring process at Family First Life takes an average of 4.16 days when considering 111 user submitted interviews across all job titles. Candidates applying for Administrative Assistant had the quickest hiring process (on average 1 day), whereas Customer Service Advisor roles had the slowest hiring process (on average 42 days).
Common stages of the interview process at Family First Life according to 111 Glassdoor interviews include:
Phone Interview: 34.25%
One on One Interview: 14.36%
Drug Test: 12.71%
IQ Intelligence Test: 6.08%
Skills Test: 4.42%
Background Check: 3.87%
Personality Test: 3.31%
Group Panel Interview: 1.10%