I agree with many of the former employees of AIL.This company is full of managers and SGAs who will say anything to convince you that this is the company to work for.
The day I was interviewed, I was told that only three of the 18 people interviewed that day would be hired. All of them were actually hired. I did not feel so special when I went for my second interview. The SGA for Florida dresses like he has money, but he probably spent his month's salary on that thing!.
There are a couple of people who can sell the insurance products, but when the leads run dry, so does the company's support/. There were many times I would get my leads from the call center, and when I went to the customer's house they already decided not to buy because the call center said, "They needed to keep the appointment or else the AIL employee would lose their job,." OR I would be at a client's house and another agent would show up, because the scheduler double booked appointments'. The biggest waste of time was Chasing Matt Henderson's policy holders,. I spent hundreds of dollars in gas, and got paid nothing for it, to drive around doing policy service calls for Matt and other agents,.
The leads are generated by either a Union, club/association, or the agent:. However, when the union leads are controlled by the corrupt Management team, the agent is left to go door to door and penny-less;.
This job has no employee compensation and does not pay for time an employee trains. 3875adb