I worked for Bankers Life and Casualty for 3 months as a brand new agent.I was happy with the company atmosphere while I worked there, however did not receive the help and guidance I needed to become successful as a new agent, which is why I left.
The problems started even more after I left. They tell you to keep track of your mileage in an appointment book they give you. Upon leaving the company you have to give that appointment book to them because it contains customer information. Long story short, they destroyed my mileage records, which was thousands of miles logged for them, which I now cannot get reimbursed for on my taxes because they destroyed the record.
When contacting the office to get this information, I called the Branch Office Administrator, and emailed an old manager of mine. That was over a month ago. I have yet to hear back from either of them. They also did not give me a W2 Form for taxes as well.
And good luck trying to get in contact with someone from the corporate office!Terrible company to work for and to deal with once you're not there any longer.
Monetary Loss: $3500.