Primerica violates their applicants civil rights by having questions on their application screening paperwork such as “Are you married” and “Do you have children”. These questions are illegal because you can not determine employment on the basis of marital status or parental status according to the further interpretation of the Equal employment act.
Then they directly asked me if I was married. I am frankly surprised they did not take it one step further and ask me if I plan on having children. Big companies think they can get away with this blatant disregard for the rights of the worker because the people applying are so desperate to get a job they will answer anyways just to please the employer; or because the company seeks people who do not have the education to know their rights are being violated.
This company shows you sensationalist figures and destinations promising that you will be able to achieve these goals and be a millionaire. But out of the people working for them only 30 are in their book making over 100,000 a year, something is seriously wrong with that picture.
The sad thing is they are not the only company out their playing this scam, I have received several e-mails for similar “job opportunities”. They just wear the only company with the gall to actually call me and claim to have a position open they wanted me to interview for. If I had known it was a group interview or what the position was I never would have gone and waited my precious time.
The best advice I can offer to anyone out their who reeves an offer from this company is be careful, because if they do not respect your civil rights during the interview, how do you think they will treat you when you are working for them.