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12 days ago

Sales Agent - southern CA (except for Orange County & San Diego) - 52/02

Combined Insurance San Diego, CA

We currently have an exciting Sales Agent opportunity for a self starter with a goal oriented mindset who is willing to invest a serious amount of… Combined Insurance

12 days ago

Territory Manager - southern CA (except for Orange County & San Diego) - 52/02

Combined Insurance San Diego, CA

Developing New Agents • Field train a minimum of 4-5 days each week for the first two weeks with all new Agents. • Field train a minimum of… Combined Insurance

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    A Worthless Company from Top to Bottom

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in San Diego, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Combined Insurance full-time (Less than a year)


    Absolutely ZERO. This company and it's principals are fraudulent.


    This company is full of LIARS. Management will tell you anything to keep you working for commission. They offer a base stipend for a month or two and can take back without notice or good cause. Upper management will lie about false promotions and ridicule lower level personnel. If you want to make any money, you need to sell between 50-60 policies a month all cold calling. The Home Office staff is a joke as well. The upper management within Worksite Solutions is inept and prone to outright lies and deception. STAY CLEAR OF THIS COMPANY!!!!!

    Advice to Management

    Stop giving out false promotions and phony time lines for advancement. Try paying someone other than yourselves, and get off your rears and do some actual training and development. You can't expect people to work straight commission and then lie to keep them.

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