Overall Reviews at Platinum Life
Great environment but no job security
It's a great environment with nice incentives and the Team leaders are the best, they are very encouraging and always try to make the team feel better if targets are not met. There's free breakfast and coffee throughout the day. It just that your job could end anytime if you don't make enough sales as per target. The commission structure is very good. They say it's doable but seems like you just need luck.
ProsBreakfast and fruits, working hours (08:00-16:30) Mon-Fri, comm structure
ConsNo job security, they don't hesitate to terminate the contract if you don't meet targets
Enjoyable if you're good with sales
It was a learning curve of the world of employment. It was stressful at times but the management always ensured that we were coping and had fun. It was competitive yet thrilling. It taught me the art of customer service.
experience and learning
it was a great learning experience had learned a lot about cancer and how it can change your life and family's life , and how imported it is too have cover that will cover you in time off need communication skills
Best company with growth
Excellent working environment a company with growth with good and loving management but high pressured environment that grows and teaches you its very educational
Great place. Targets are too steep but great...as I've only been on the training side of things. I didn't make it too far because of the steep targets
ConsWorking recycled leads
Fun workplace. Too much pressure
Too much pressure.
Management is cool.
Needs hard worker and must be willing to sit all day on the phone and work over time if team isn't meeting sales target.
ProsToo much pressure
Free Breakfast in the morning in a clean environment. good security with enough parking lots. they re professional an have good leadership Technics.good working hours and lots of holidays.
Cons2 out of 10 chances to be permanent.
A typical day at work was tension filled as your job depended on the number of sales made. I learned how to persuade and convince people to buy products. I also learned how to balance work and school. The workplace culture is so intriguing and vibrant something I personally enjoyed. The hardest part of the job is the fact that you do not choose potential buyers yourself and sometimes individuals you are trying to sell to are unemployed. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you get the hang of sales and enjoy accomplishing your target goals.
ConsSalary and commision varies according to how well you did. Inconsistent salary
fun to work at
this job was fun to work at as a student it allowed me to go to all my classes and still make a little bit of money on the side. it is perfect for students
Consnot in my prefered work field
productive and very informative environment
my day to day main objective was closing sales deals over the phone and maintaining good customer relationships. It was very sales target driven and I earned purely on commission so my days were quiet stressful at time. I learned tp produce results under pressure and a lot about how to handle myself professionally on the phone at all times with all clients. the hardest part of my job was the rejection that generally comes with sales and those times when i missed my monthly target by an inch. I enjoyed engaging different types of people and helping them create that safety net for themselves for the future all in the while building relationships with my clients. the work space itself was warm and inviting and I always felt at home. We did quiet a bit of team building and motivational talks those kept me going at hard times. It was always team orientated and goal driven and I was able to buy my first car because the leadership was always pushing me.