Correspondence & Surveys
It feels good when we receive positive feedback for a job well-done, and one day I decided that instead of deleting complimentary material that I’d save it. The following provides a narrative for my time at MetLife. I’ve highlighted what’s important for quick reading.
Transition to Atlanta
- I had agreed to a $145,000 salary and told MetLife they were paying me too much.
- The percentage point was worth approximately $24,000 in profit.
Working While Disabled
- When my manager lost his phone, he either cancelled on four prospects or was using his calendar to cover his absence.
Pushed Out the Door
- The chances of finding an agency handling accounts with more than 500 employees that MetLife didn’t already know about was slim to none.