Mission: We are dedicated to providing superior service. That of which will enrich the lives of others, lift one's spirits and enable one's dreams. We strive in building a successful partnership with our policyholders, managers, agency force and our ...
I have been working at Cunningham Agency full-time (Less than a year)
Fun a d competitive environment. Positive support system. Company promotes promotion.
There are none. This just isnt for everyone.
Advice to Management
Continue doing what you're doing. Management is where it's at!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Cunningham Agency.
The initial interview process was a joke. I came in and met with someone who gave me very little information, and I didn't even know their job title. He asked some behavioral questions (basically to make sure I'm not insane). After that, I immediately moved on to "part 2" of the interview process. I was escorted to a large room with about 50 seats. I was the first one there and had to wait for over an hour. While I waited, I filled out a personality assessment with very simple lifestyle questions. During my hour long wait, dub-step dance music was playing. After my wait, Cunningham and Weatherspoon came out to do a presentation on their company. They make it sound like your job will be very easy/simple and that you'll make six figures in the first year. If it was really that easy, more educated people would be vying for these spots. The majority of the other people in the "audience" looked unprofessional. In my opinion, a company should ask the interviewee to sell themselves. If you have to sell your company to the candidates, it's probably not a worthwhile company. If you have good education and experience, don't waste your time interviewing.