Mission: To help people acquire the right insurance protection for themselves and their families.
I have been working at Combined Insurance full-time
Top notch training.
Great compensation and benefits package.
Positive work environment
I don't have any cons at this point.
I applied online. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Combined Insurance (Denver, CO (US)) in December 2015.
What a fraud! These clowns lie as fast as they can breathe and do it as a company strategy in recruiting. They will "guarantee" a base salary (until your third day of "interviewing" when you find out what they REALLY meant to say was there's a smaller than discussed base for a few DAYS after you start... oh my God what a fraud. They lie about the job, the process, the hours required, the days required, the advancement... everything was a lie. When you discuss the issues (after committing a week of time and driving 1,500 miles to meet and interview), they essentially laugh and say, "so what". They are managed by apathetic, burned out has-beens and look to bleed agents in that "burn & turn" philosophy. They seriously should be sued by every interviewee with similar experiences and start running these clowns out of the market.
Welcome to our new VP of Marketing, Chad Wells!
If you’re trying to lose weight in 2019, small physical actions add up. At the office, park a little further away, take the stairs, consider a stand up desk, and go see a colleague in person instead of emailing. Walk around while you're on the phone and sign up for a new class at the gym to switch up your routine. Learn more in our latest #CombinedCareTips blog post: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbLc