Financial Advisor (Former Employee) – Free State – 27 December 2018
Premium Collection Rate (PCR) needs to be maintained monthly while some clients have missed payments,even lapses and one still have to validate for salary.. I dont seem to understand the company at all from remuneration of case count weekly to premium weekly count. Remuneration structure changes now and then.
You need to be open to people and be strong mentally. Get a car and good phone in order to be relevant and get as many clients as you want. Insurance is full of competion you need to be on top of your game.
You work as you please
You may not find clients than no salary and lapses decreases your salary.
HC Administrator (Current Employee) – Braamfontein – 21 August 2018
Our Salaries might not be what we desire but he culture of the company is amazing and the management is on point. we work hard and play hard. Yes we work at a very pressurized environment but the working hours do allow us to have time for our families and friends as we do not work on holidays and weekends.
Claims Specialist (Former Employee) – Durban and Johannesburg – 16 November 2018
Excellent Company to work for, allows each individual to shine and grow, and promotes team-work and engaging in different cultures, coaching and training for each role assist each employee to be great and love their work
Get to know the ins and outs of the financial services industry, particularly insurance, while working in a pleasant atmosphere with knowledgeable and friendly colleagues. Don't be fooled by the slightly informal culture - this is a serious, family-oriented business.
Tax & Payroll specialist (Former Employee) – Bellville, Western Cape – 4 May 2018
Gained top quality experience by overviewing a Payroll consisting of more than 1 company. Always learning every day. Always new changes on a monthly basis. Learn to adapt to change and be able and accessible to all changes. Best benefits any company can offer.
QA/Coach. Case Manager (Former Employee) – Cape Town and Durban – 12 February 2018
merged with metropolitan health. company culture changed. lessened employee satisfaction and incentives. decreased work satisfaction. Relocated to Durban from CapeTown. cultural differences, new systems. proved challenging
High level of pressure and long working hours required. Management is reasonably understanding and caring. I learned to work in a multidisciplinary team and still manage to meet individual targets. The hardest part of the Job is the financial risk associated with high pressure to push volumes. On a typical day I would approve R5 million and more in payments. The most interesting part of the job is giving feedback to management on training needs and process inefficiencies.
1.The culture is great,working hours are manageable. 2.I have acquired a lot of skills(sql, vba,access etc.) and learned how to work under pressure. 3.I enjoy the interaction between different departments so to deliver best service to our clients.