Recruiting Coordinator and Intern Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fairfax, VA – January 24, 2018
I was thrown to the wolves, and had very littler training. Self taught most of it, and had no room for advancement due to manager. If I had better management it would have been a more positive experience
After working for Aflac for over a year, I would say its a good place to work. It can be stressful at times and demanding but worth it. There are tons of room for growth as well as a number of people to help.
Love the company and what we get to do for others!
Manager (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – February 23, 2018
I can't say enough great things about the company and the local culture in Cincinnati, Ohio. We get to help businesses navigate employee benefits while assisting employees in protecting themselves, their families and their lifestyles. I proudly represent the DUCK!
Benefits Consultant (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – February 22, 2018
Not a lot of people want Aflac these days. Sure, some do. However, it is not enough for someone on a commission only basis. Most companies offer sufficient health insurance plans to their employees as is.
District Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 22, 2018
Aflac overall is a great company to work for. The down side along with any commission based employment is that there are slow months and busy months. Once you move to management things are great, but you are encouraged to recruit as many people as you can with the hopes that even a few of them will open even one account. The high turn over makes it very hard to get attached to any of the agents and also makes you feel guilty for making this seem more obtainable that it is.
Fiscal Analysis Intern (Former Employee) – North Carolina – February 22, 2018
The company culture is very cut-throat and the management doesn't let you have advancement opportunities even if you try. Plus, they cheat people often...be careful as one of those people may even be you!
Independent licensed Insurance sales agent (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – February 21, 2018
are you a closer if so Aflac is for you close today and get paid tomorrow, there's also a great feeling helping others protect themselves. You can sell Aflac forever you can work as little or as much as you want in any state, Good Luck
Human Resources Intern (Former Employee) – Elmwood Park, NJ – February 20, 2018
A good place to start off, as a recruiting intern. Provides an individual with the opportunity to grow personally and professionally. I was an intern and was pushed out of my comfort zone which I was grateful for.
Sold a dream that will drive you broke trying to achieve
Associate (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – February 20, 2018
You are sold on being your own boss, fancy trips, and good money. If you have someone who can support you then you may have a chance You will spend tons of gas and countless time to get somewhat decent pay days, but they are few and far between.
make your schedule
no benefits, slow to start, not enough pay for the work you put in
Account Implementation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 19, 2018
In a world where employees constantly strive to feel they're part of something bigger, AFLAC is a shining example of what a large company would be like, when they focus on people.
More times than not, companies grow too large and forget about the people. That was never the case with AFLAC. EVERY employee matters. Every voice is heard. Every opinion is taken in to consideration. Without this collaboration, the company would surely fail. I would recommend them as one of the greatest places to work, for as long as I live.
You need to be good at cold calling and hearing the word no a lot. IF you are are good at sale and knowing your product you can make it with with company. Training is first class and the support is world class.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Washing and Idaho – February 16, 2018
AFLAC is a fine way of getting started in the insurance industry if you lack a college degree. Because it is commission only it is extreme highs and lows with a lot of perks when you are among the top, but not in forms of cash.
Accounting Specialist III (Former Employee) – Columbia, SC – February 16, 2018
Temping at this place is like not existing. They overlook you if you are not a permanent employee there and there are a lot that we were not able to participate in when the company held functions. Also payrate sucks if you are a temp as well. Seems as if they make anyone a manager because my manager was very petty and unprofessional. It's all about who you know at this place if you wish to get ahead. They even tell you when you had to take your lunch and be back.