Rigorous sales environment, more focused on sales then the client.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Silver Spring, MD – October 10, 2018
A typical day at work involved self marketing, closing meetings, enrollments, and strategic planning. I learned to be self sufficient by having to complete all of my own tasks and being responsible for my own business. Management was very weak and did not try to properly train employees, which created a high turnover. The workplace culture was a very much "What have you done for me lately" culture. I was able to learn how to recruit credible employees by using a different structure then what was being trained at the time. The hardest part of my job was penetrating a saturated market. As healthcare has become more expensive, clients do not want to purchase alternative benefits. I enjoyed being able to learn how to operate a difficult field.
many awards given out, good work experience, created great business relationships.
compensation was too low, no paid time off, saturated market conditions.