Avis des employés pour Financial Advisor chez Financière Sun Life
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1. They invest in your education 2. You work on your own, but not by your own 3. Bonuses structure rather confusing. 4. It's best you have a solid network in place.
The support team from the district and head office is fantastic. Unique and above average compensation. Love the concept of upfront commission for any plan submitted plus monthly residual income.
Competitive compensation and outstanding support from leadership team
Earnings fluctuate but still better than average
lots of misleading statements. So be aware that they do not care for you and will only help if and when you are producing. Young new advisors recieve barely any help and from the get go you are thrown into the lions den. Be prepared to work long hours for little pay.
Access to seminars
Mistruths, hypocrisy, lack of mentors, the struggle is real.
The management promised great commissions & bonuses but never delivered. Sun Life does NOT care about its clients but does care about its bottom line. There is no management support for advisors, support staff or training. If this was ever a good company for either staff or clients it is no longer. I would never buy any insurance or invest any money with this company.
Well known name
Poor management, poor pay structure, focussed on becoming more corporate over client success
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Getting into the industry, I always viewed Sun Life as one of the better companies. It isn't. Though my colleagues and managers were (for the most part) fairly nice and knowledgeable, all they care about is your initial sales to get you "appointed". They push for you to sell to family and friends. After that, they don't really offer much support unless you have a high value network. They rinse and repeat and turnover is high. They also force you to rent their offices, so even though you're barely scraping by and trying to keep costs low initially, they tack on some hefty bills between their offices and specific computers they have to approve. Overall, not the worst experience. But as a salesperson, it's pretty rough.
You are expected to sign up everyone you know. This is a cold calling job after two months. Be popular and respected among your community or it will be a tough one. you rent your office. you pay for internet. you pay to work there. Make sure you understand that you are starting your own company.
I got the best opportunity with Sun Life. They have all the tools for success, just learn to capitalize on it. You are your own boss, you set a goal and you make it.
It is a good company to starting , provide good support in order to assist the best service to my clients. It is helpful job because I can learn how to perform my sell and achieve my target.
learn how to build relationship and expand relationship from original market
Its purely a sales role, and you have to be passionate about what you do, and relentless with attracting people into the company. The business model of owning your own business can be overwhelming, so you need to be an individual whom is very structured and highly principled.