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Ich habe als befristeter Mitarbeiter bei New York Life gearbeitet (Weniger als ein Jahr)
You get a life,health, accident and annuity license but they didn’t pay for it or the SIE
Extremely mislead and lied to in onboarding process. Pay is not good at all. They nag you everyday to sell to your best friends and family and attend zoom meetings that are hours long meanwhile they don’t ever pay you and are taking time from you to do any business. Within first 3 months they had so many simple issues with service and tech on my clients that I went 6 weeks without a check because of them. You only sell life insurance that’s all they want and tell you. And I was repeatedly pushed to basically rip off my best friends and family. Saying you’re hired in the fast track program is just to bait you to get a job. There is no real program or difference you see when you’re hired
Rat an das Management
They need to modernize their CRM big time. The companies database design for clients and sales is so inefficient and dated you’d be much better off copying a CRM outline from any other small financial sales company. They need better incentives for employees. You can’t help but think the bonuses are cheap considering the company’s financial security and managers salaries. They really need to not feed into the stigma of “life insurance agent” create a work environment that’s suited to a “financial professional” like they state and not insurance salesperson
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Ich habe mich persönlich beworben. Der Vorgang dauerte 2 Tage. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im April 2018 bei New York Life (New Hyde Park, NY (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
Asked personal questions and described the pros and cons of working as a Life Insurance Agent. It was not a very intensive interview, mostly focusing on past endeavors and what you could personally add to the company.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch