AIL Midwest Employee Reviews about "management"
69% would recommend to a friend
(9 total reviews)
Jim Surace, Marcus Smith, Matthew Parks, Marc Salvaggi
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- "There is no work/life balance." (in 5 reviews)
- "Insane amount of turn over because the system is difficult to make money at, the incredibly long hours, the tight control over your every action and the long drive times to get to your territory." (in 2 reviews)
- "Of course if the client gets irritated that they keep getting harassed and cancel, you might lose the prepaid commissions you received and will definitely lose the renewal commission you earned." (in 2 reviews)
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Updated Aug 1, 2023
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- 1.0Dec 25, 2017Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Terrible place to work for
No medical benefits...14% employee retention...a lot of promises with no backbone from management..Do NOT Trust them6
- 5.0Dec 1, 2016Supervising AgentCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearNorth Royalton, OH
Great organization that gives back to charity and affords an unlimited opportunity to build a team and develop a great business. High income potential and the ability to control your own schedule with a lot of coaching to help you improve vs. micro management designed to keep you down. Being a part of a company with unprecedented growth that is continuing on the same path in the foreseeable future.
Long hours in the beginning but it does pay off if you stay at it for more than the first 90 days.3
- 2.0Sept 29, 2022Sales AssociateFormer Employee, less than 1 yearWauwatosa, WI
This is a good oppurtunity if you love sales and want to work 60 plus hours a week. potential to make good money. 100 percent commission and 1099.
starting a sales job at only commission is either sink or swim. The management pressures work life over personal.
- 5.0Dec 1, 2016General AgentCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCleveland, OH
Having an unlimited opportunity in management. Being able to write your own paycheck with a comma in it every week.
Not everyone is cut out for management. Not for the faint of heart.2
- 5.0May 15, 2020Benefits SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSaint Louis, MO
You can make your own schedule, flexible, you can make as much as you want, no hard management
Nothing I absolutely love this company!
- 5.0Dec 2, 2016Quality Control ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsNorth Royalton, OH
Leadership that is always willing to help and be there. From the founders of our agency to the 1st level of management, the leadership team is selfless with their time. Culture that is unmatched.
If are not self-motivated or need to be micromanaged to work hard, this might not be the best opportunity for you.3
- 5.0Jul 23, 2019MGACurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsMilwaukee, WI
Lifestyle Money Culture Advancement Great management
Challenging Evening hours Requires great problem solving skills5
- 1.0Jun 16, 2021Insurance AgentFormer Employee, more than 1 yearCleveland, OH
Has decent training to teach new people about insurance.
They micro management and manipulate you every single day. If you miss a text message at 10pm at night they freak out. You will get forced to work 12+ hours a day ever though they say you are 1099 and a business owner and has a flexible schedule. But if you aren’t working for the 12+ hours a day, they are trying to make you feel guilty to work or they threaten to demote you or take away “free leads” which leads you stranded. The leads are trash. Used and recycled month after month from agent to agent. After working 12 hours a day you are lucky if you make $500 a week. It’s bait and switch leads. Telling the member you got free benefits then trying to make them feel bad to buy insurance. The people who already bought from you gets bombarded 6 months later from other agents until they get mad and cancel their policy They have a department thats only job is to steal new agents deal. Which results in the new agent getting a charge back and could loose their bonus. They are trying to help people. They are only looking out for their own pockets. It’s a revolving door of people. New agents come in. Spend every dime they had saved trying to make it to all these promises they were told and they quit 2 month later. Cause they don’t make any money The commission scale is trash. They are basically stealing money from you. Being captive by a contract they make you sign. If you do book an appointment and they show up. They aren’t happy you are there. They are confused and frustrated. Because it bait and switch Toxic work place. We were told if we had kids and we couldn’t be on a zoom call at 8 am to recruit then they would have to be demoted to an agent. They don’t care about your family. They expect to be a robot and work 24/7. If you want to plan a vacation you have to ask permission. Which is weird if you are a contractor and not W2. Now getting told you have to buy your leads on a low commission plan. 40 hours a week of unnecessary meetings about nothing or something pointless. So have to listen to them preach. But the worse is they stop paying people their residual income… Bottom line. Awful.7