Great work life balance with amazing leaders and culture!
Benefits Administrator (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – May 15, 2018
Unlimited earning potential, ability to move into management. Bonuses, trips, flexibility. Sound like a dream job? It is! At least come in for an interview if offered. It could completely change your life! Love Aflac and the people!
The company overall was good, however, the territories were never balanced.I could walk into a company that had seen a number of Aflac reps and there was nothing I could say since the territory was not protected
"Come over here, boy. Have a cigar. You're gonna go far."
Account Executive (Former Employee) – Pepperell, MA – May 13, 2018
Making lots of cold calls on the phone ONLY. No pay until you are licensed and have CLOSED/ completed deals. You are your own IT, Administrative Assistant, Sales and Marketing Manager. You start off working in an office utilizing it's resources (i.e. lead lists, phones, office supplies, etc.) only to find out that you are required to pay for all those things eventually.
This is a Commission position and you make it based on your desire to do the required things to succeed. These include contacting daily enough people to explain in detail the benefits of Aflac policies and then enrolling them. Management is good and there to help and it has a great workplace culture. Hardest part of job is one must be an extrovert and enjoy constantly meeting new people.
Senior Software Tester (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – May 11, 2018
Excellent place to learn about the different aspects of the insurance industry. The company is awesome to the employees. Each division at Aflac, has the opportunity for growth within for its employees.
Former employment with Aflac is highly acclaimed because of their innovative health insurance benefits, commitment to pay claims with improved proficiency and punctuality, and customer service for agents to access pertinent datum via telephone/online support.
AFLAC is a company where the career growth is up to the individual. It is a cut-throat industry and you get paid on how hard you work. Once pay does come in, it is very lucrative. However, to get to that point, it takes time and devotion to the job.
Insurance sales (Former Employee) – Benton County, AR – May 9, 2018
Not very satisfied with the experience of being a sales person since one really depends 100% on sales for survival so it is a tremendously stressful situation if you have family members to take care of. Also it feels like you are pushing people into buying something that it might not be as helpful to them but it will help your pocket.
Senior Security Officer, Corporate Security (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – May 9, 2018
Aflac is a great company to work for. Great benefits and good pay. They believe in training, training and more training. The Aflac way culture is based on high integrity and moral values. They expect only the best out of you and they compensate you well.
Insurance Agent (Current Employee) – Maryville, MO – May 9, 2018
Making your own schedule is nice but there is no base salary. It is commission only, and that is hard when you first start out because all you are doing is trying to set appointments and build your book of business. If you have a good savings set up and can go a month without a paycheck then I would recommend trying it out.
Benefits Consultant (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – May 7, 2018
I was promised training and they told me I didn’t need any experience to start a great career. However if you can go for months without a check then you will be fine but until you book an appointment and sell insurance you don’t make anything. It will eat through your savings. No training so if you have experience you will be fine but if you don’t look somewhere else.