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Harvard Risk Management Overview

Dallas, TX
1 to 50 employees
1997
Company - Private
Insurance
Unknown / Non-Applicable
Unknown
Harvard Risk Management Corporation is a privately held corporation that was established in 1994 as a employee benefit broker. Initially the company focused its marketing efforts on legal plans as an employee benefit for LegalShield formally Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc. Harvard ... Read more

Mission: HRMC maintains the highest performance standards in each service area. We provide a level of service that far exceeds industry standards. We approach all of our interactions with respect, dignity and courtesy.

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    Pros

    Harvard's business model benefits entrepreneurs like myself, who are still waiting for that "brilliant idea". Harvard operates as ROWE (results only work environment) where your success is predicated solely on your own work ethic and how well you utilize the company's resources. HRMC offers unparalleled online training for new agents & 1-on-1 field training as requested. You're in business for yourself, but never by yourself.

    As far as compensation, commissions can range as high as 6x the monthly price of the plan sold. There is no salary, but they also don't have layoffs or workforce reductions. They don't cut your commissions when they get too big, make you attend worthless meetings, or send you and your family to places you don't want to live.

    Cons

    Some people come wrongly under the impression that HRMC is a pyramid scheme. (Pyramid schemes promise recruits payment for recruiting others into the scheme.) Harvard does not charge agents to join the company. Management will occasionally even pay the broker application fee required by LegalShield for promising new agents. HRMC is proud to maintain an A+ rating with the BBB.

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the good work! Your support of and investment in the new agents is going to continue to pay dividends.

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    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Harvard Risk Management.

    Interview

    They will hire everybody!!! They are reading from a script. You will be reading the same script if you are hired to work for Harvard Risk Management. This was a phone interview.

    Interview Questions

    • They will read from a script. Same questions every time. You are guaranteed to get hired. Stay away from this job. Believe me it is a scam. Find another company to work for.   Answer Question
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Company Updates

  • Harvard Risk Management Corp. (HRMC) is a privately held employee benefits broker established in 1993. We provide several services to our clients. Legal Services and Identity Theft monitoring and restoration.

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