Benefits Consultant (Former Employee) – Grand Forks, ND – October 16, 2017
Saturation levels are too high for this to be a lucrative income unless you become a district or above coordinator. It's not a 9 to 5 job. Need to persevere for several years to have a good residual income. I recommend if it's additional retirement or secondary income. Great fun meeting people and helping protect families.
Get in have a meeting with district managers. how to prospect new business, how to present policy and services. the management was very helpful in goal setting in your career. the culture was great. Just getting on track for getting commissions, but once on the sky was the limit. Just being out and about and meeting new people.
In all honesty it could be me, but it was just to slow to get going with the licensing and the introduction and training to start getting paid if you do get anything in the first month working. I’m not overly aggressive when it comes to sales. I poke and ask questions but I’m not in people’s face like “buy my stuff it’s great!” Again it could be me but its definitely not a job for everyone and have some money saved up before starting this job.
Premo schedule as you set your own
No sale no money and everything is on you dime when it comes to travel and licensing.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Toms River, NJ – October 13, 2017
I opened and closed the office for multiple different job types and personalities. I enjoy working with all types of individuals. I can have an interesting conversation with highly educated person as well as someone with lower educational background
Benefits Advisor (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – October 11, 2017
Aflac is a great company everyone is a team player and wants to help people. The reason i want a change is due to no job security and i have zero benefits. Also just for me personally i dont fully enjoy being and insurance agent.
Benefits Coordinator (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 3, 2017
The job is your typical commission job. They hire a lot of people and basically see who will cut it and who won't. They are more diligent in the hiring process though to try and hire more people that are an actual fit.
Management has had a history of each different one giving different direction which makes it difficult to know what is needed to be successful.