Mission: To help provide financial security and peace of mind to families when the unexpected occurs.
Highest Rated CEOs: 2016 (#16)
I have been working at Family Heritage Life Insurance full-time (Less than a year)
-You get to make your own schedule.
-You get out of it what you put in, so if you want to be successful you need to put in the work and time.
-The products are truly amazing and help so many people.
-Completely commission based so there is no steady income.
-No health benefits.
-Must be ok with going door to door in areas that aren't the greatest.
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Family Heritage Life Insurance (Austin, TX).
I received a robocall from Heritage Life. It said that they'd received my resume from "a company" and wanted to schedule an interview. First of all as a general rule in life how often does something good come via a robocall? Second, what does this say about a company, or the job they're offering, that instead of having a person contact you to discuss your resume and the opening they have, sets up interviews via a robocall? Third, how seriously interested are they in you if instead of calling you person to person they have a robocall ask you to set up an interview for a company you know nothing about for a job you didn't apply for and know nothing about? Sounded like an invite to a cattle call to me. Needless to say I quickly pressed 9 to have my number removed and then blocked it for good measure.