Sales Representatives

Big Money

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The moneymaking possibilities are endless at WoodmenLife:

  • Get paid for the work you do, not the hours you put in
  • Bonuses: Initial Training Completion, First-Year, Quarterly, Sales Challenges
  • Opportunities to earn licenses to sell additional insurance products and securities through our subsidiaries
  • WoodmenLife@Work: work with small business owners to sell voluntary products to their employees
  • Additional rewards including expenses-paid, high-end incentive trips and advanced training reserved for top performers

On average, our successful Representatives (those meeting contract requirements, eligible for benefits and qualifying for our Incentive Trip) earn the averages represented annually. You can make even more with bonuses and by selling more products through our subsidiaries!

Financial Assistance

WoodmenLife understands that it takes time to get acclimated to commission-based income. That’s why we offer financial assistance to qualifying new Representatives through various programs designed to cushion the transition and help you meet your financial obligations.

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The information on this page is a partial description of benefits, limitations, exclusions, and other provisions of the group benefits provided by Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society (WoodmenLife). If there is a difference between the information in this summary and the plan document for each plan, the plan documents govern. Eligibility requirements apply to each of the benefits offered, criteria may include employment status and/or individual qualifications. For more detailed information, refer to the Summary Plan Description of each plan. WoodmenLife may amend these plans at any time. The description of the plan is not a guarantee of benefits and should not be construed as such.

This is the Life is a registered service mark of Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society.

Representatives are independent contractors and are not employees of WoodmenLife. However, certain full-time life insurance sales agents may be treated as statutory employees for employment tax purposes (See: IRS Publication 15-A).

As part of WoodmenLife's screening process, candidates for a Representative contract will be required to complete a criminal background check, a credit check (where required for contract), a drug screen, and reference checks. Any contract offer will be contingent upon successfully passing the above.