I am always willing to learn new things , love work that is challenging .
i work from 8 to 4 on daily basis face to face interaction with clients. i have a very good relationship with co-workers help each other lean new things everyday. I never knew other languages and have leant through talking to client of different cultures and race. i enjoy working with clients they make you to be strong cause not all client come to the office happy you have to listen to them even if when they are shouting at you or swearing the customer is always right and you have to make sure that every client walks out happy receive good service . most challenging aspect is you have to make decisions on your own that will not impact on the business take ownership and put yourself into customers shoes.
Pros: growth through difference divisions
Cons: working overtime
Data capture, filling, admin work. controlling new business
advertising and marketing new product in the insurance company , new policy e.g, funeral policy, investment, and life cover, retirement, hospital plan, and also can offer an loan to the clients, offer share to potential clients.
Pros: controlling the pending NTU and lapses
Cons: 9 hours
Excellent culture and exposure to HR Function
Sanlam has been a great learning curve and have been exposed to great new ways of internal client interaction within HR. We have a great culture where we have the autonomy to make decisions and work independently.
Pros: Financial Services Industry is fast pased
Cons: Constant change in the industry
No growth from PA.
I think that Sanlam is a good company with great career opportunities and offers the public wonderful insurance packages that are trusted by a lot. This company has enabled me to grow in the administration field and made me the person I am today.
Mature, reliable and consistent in approach.
As a Financial Advisor, you have to find new Clients/Orphan clients to serve and assist with their financial goals. The main objective is to establish the financial needs and solution. As most clients do not understand it themselves, it could take up a lot of one's time to do the administration and paperwork with no financial gain. This frustrates all of the advisors. It is not easy to build trust and obtain the correct information (it's time-consuming and competitive). In the meantime you have to be able to support yourself financially. The first 3-years in the industry is hectic, therefore it is stressful and you have to have a positive attitude among one another and towards the industry. It is expected of you to attend regular training sessions, meetings, etc. You are always learning. Like all of us, we get a feeling of accomplishment, once a policy has been issued and a client has provided for his/her unforeseen circumstances. The position is not office-based nor office hours.
Pros: To build up a practice
Cons: Commission based only, timeously and costly
Exellent learning curve
My typical day at work would be prospecting of clients meaning I would be calling to make appointments then do so administration then I would go out to make money by meeting clients. I had a very good relationship with my manager as he he was the one who had to review my cases submitted and we would normally have one on one meetings every week to discuss business and my progress. I think I enjoy the drive and whole target related situation as it pushes me to go out and do better but in general my job was stressfull because without any clients I don't get paid.
Pros: Meet a lot of different people and you are able to adapt to different people.
Cons: Commission based salary
Im a hard working indivual who's alway ready to face challenges and learn new things
I work in a call centre and My duties includes Answering inbound calls and making outbound clients, resolving client’s queries, checking if documents are completed correctly, sending emails, processing, filling, checking the claim progress, policy changes, claims assessment, giving procedure to claims and cancellation I have a good relationship with my co-workers and we helping each other in a lot of things seems to be a challenge to us. Up to for I have learned to listen to clients and to come with ideas of assisting them with the enquiries and I enjoy every moment. The most challenging part of my job is to deal with angry clients because they sometime don't give you time to give explanation
Pros: get to leran lot of work at same time
Cons: the challenge and competition
I am currently studying at UNISA and I will complete end of June. And next year i'll be studying CTA at UNISA. I am willing to work and studying on the same time as I am currently balancing it. I am willing to work under pressure.
Pros: fast leaner
Cons: time management
Good organization to start in and grow your career in.
Work from 8:00 am to 16:30 weekdays. You meet different and interesting people so you must adjust easily and be open minded as some personalities can be overwhelming. I have learnt to build my interpersonal communication and also tackling challenges as they come. The training program was good, the best facilities are booked for conferences and training, the internship training gives an opportunity for you as an intern to get support from your fellow interns. Challenging aspect is meeting different people with different personalities and expectations and being expected to know everything about the job in a short space of time.
Pros: Opportunity for job advancement
Cons: sitting most of the day
I'm a goal focused individual with sound experience in business Administration and believe that I will be of great advantage to your company using skills and knowledge acquired through my studies and positions
Pros: Great opportunity
Cons: Long hours
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