Transamerica is a excellent Life Insurance Company
National Sales Director (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – December 30, 2015
Pros: Company, People and Sales tools and support
Cons: Lack of communication and Furture Focus
I was employed at Transamerica Life and Protection (TL&P) for 15 years working my way up from an Internal Sales Director for Annuities to a National Sales Director/ VP of National Sales working with over 400 independent Life Insurance Sales offices across the country. I deepened my knowledge of Life Insurance as well as how to service the client's needs. I left Transamerica to work more on a local basis in Southern California.
Part time Associate Life Insurance Agent-0K07209 (Current Employee), San Francisco Bay Area, CA – March 17, 2015
Pros: fun enjoyable, freedom of time, ability to work part time by leverage team members, able to build my own business, ability to be an entrepreneur
Cons: no benefits, easily lose team members, tough work, no salary, commission based only
Calling warm market candidates to set up as clients or recruits as members Prospect clients or recruits through networking events, internet, or being in the field Great events several times a year Ability to travel to many places around the world and because its a business trip massive tax write offs
Premium Analyst (Former Employee), Plano, TX – February 23, 2015
Pros: lunch room personnel
Cons: being employed
The worst place to work. Treated horribly by management, HR and coworkers. Stay away. No matter how wrong you are treated by management, you do not have anyone you can count on to be supportive. Human resource will always make you feel as if you are the problem. The hotline is a joke!
Senior Director (Current Employee), Plano, TX – October 20, 2014
Pros: the people.
Transamerica L&P is in a continuous flux of change - trying to transform a conglomeration of multiple acquired companies merged and re-merged over the past 15+ years with diverse competencies, and attempting to homogenizing into one big company. Great people in the organization that have become pros at change and evolution.
New Business Case Coordinator (Current Employee), Saint Petersburg, FL – May 5, 2014
Pros: lots of ot
Cons: still a temporary employee after a year
I have been a temporary contract employee for 10 months. Although it is getting very busy and the job load is picking up, I don't feel secure in this company. I have asked managment several times for permanent opportunities, but I always get the run around. They hire from within and when there are open slots available. I have seen about 5-6 training classes come in and out since i've been there and no one, from my training class and beyond have been hired on. I've asked to be cross trained as well as for overtime. Those do not even help me get hired. More work for me, and no extra compensation. Disappointed.
Processor (Current Employee), Plano, TX – November 26, 2012
Cons: poor hr employee representation
The organization lacks in the area of employee developement. With management off-site for many employees, it is impossible to develope a rapport with management as their focus is tied to their home location, although they are responsible for other work sites. Communication suffers greatly.
Bilingual Insurance License Agent (Current Employee), Plano, TX – November 9, 2012
Good team work, striving to exceed client expectation every day, need to use problem solving technique, creative selling. I learned to be patient I like my manager management style. She delegates to everyone and trusts that you can get the work done. I work in a great team. We are very tight, we share foods, dreams; go out together, it’s a little family. Hardest part of the job, being plugged to an office headset Most enjoyable part of my job is my co-workers they are my friends.
I am an Accounts Receivable Analyst. I process incoming client/account payments at an account level. I have two wonderful co-workers in my department whom I rely on to bounce questions off. My Supervisor is a very friendly, hardworking person. Hard to talk to because she is overwhelmed because our Manager is located in another site/state. The hardest part of my day is trying to stay on top of all the emails being sent to me regarding account payments and questions while trying to get the work completed. The most enjoyable part of my day is the satisfaction of a completed day with little to no mistakes.