Overall Reviews at USHA
Insurance Agent | Longwood, FL | Nov 27, 2018
Met lots of interesting people. Fun atmosphere!
The hardest part of the job was getting to talk to people in an attempt to make a sale. Leads were great in the beginning and then went down hill thereafter. I would recommend this position to someone who has a significant savings. The managers do very well though because of the hierarchy!!
ConsNot enough income
Insurance Agent | Tampa, FL | Nov 19, 2019
Great job with room to grow. Calling 400 people daily and having to buy leads while also having free leads given on a daily basis through CRM .Great leadership and training program.
Producer | Baton Rouge, LA | Apr 16, 2018
I did not agree with the business practice of USHA. I was not comfortable selling a product that I did not believe in. It felt more like a telemarketing job. I appreciate that I was able to obtain my license during my time there.
Prosassistance with obtaining license
Consbusiness practice, horrible leads
Insurance Agent | Fort Lauderdale, FL | Jan 7, 2020
Long hours a lot of compettition
Great job for someone coming out of college or looking to get into the insurance industry. I learned how to manage a team of agents and be organized.
Licensed Agent | United States | Apr 26, 2018
great place to work if commision based is for you.
can earn amazing money if talk to a lot of healthy people. work place in most places is friendly and helpful. though many choose to work from home if you have their number then they are happy to help you. it really helps you understand what need to do.
if not a good people person let me save you some time. this is not for you. a lot of talking. a lot of details. a lot of learning every detail of conversations all hoping that they are healthy enough to get normal plan and if not then talk another plan is fine however that plan is great for some and bad for others.
Prosown time call but should be in office during learning period
Insurance Agent | Clearwater, FL | Sep 23, 2018
commission only work!!
This is a commission only job and you have to continuously make cold calls all day in order to be lucky enough to get one or two people in a week. Sometimes you can go days/weeks without making any money.
You can make plenty of money during open enrollment, But not so much during the rest of the year.
Proscan make money during open enrollment
Conswon't make to much money -
Field Agent | Delray Beach, FL | Aug 29, 2018
Local Manager is not in tune with his team
Local management insists on micro managing all.....turns into a revolving door as a result. All of my team- 10 members left as a result of him not allowing me to manage my own team
Insurance Agent | Norcross, GA | Mar 14, 2020
Commision is there to be made! Good Leads are expensive.
The company is looking for employees that are closers and relentless. My ROI was very little. Tough to convince people over the phone to just switch there
ProsGreat Long Term Perspective
ConsGetting to the Long Term Perspective is Rare!
Lead Technician | Quakertown, PA | Nov 12, 2019
Was a great place, but changes made it less so
I loved this job and the people, but changes were made in upper management that made the job extremely difficult to do. I started at $15 per hour, was taken down to $12 per hour and then they wanted to take away my hourly wage altogether and pay me strictly on commission. I refused to do that and now I work for some of the agents from home at the $12 per hour rate.
Insurance Agent | Fort Lauderdale, FL | Oct 10, 2019
Commission only nightmare
You have so many overhead expenses. Parking ($95 a month) “Free leads” actually come from a dialer that you pay $85 monthly for. These are cold leads thatcher blasted daily. Only way to move up is to know the right people. No benefits