TTEC hiring and training healthcare licensed insurance agents to work from home

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Posted at 3:00 PM, Jun 19, 2020
and last updated 2020-06-19 16:00:11-04

TTEC Holdings, Inc. announced Friday that it is hiring 7,300 healthcare licensed insurance agents and agent trainees nationwide to work from home ahead of healthcare's open enrollment season.

As part of the program, those with a desire to grow their career will be enrolled in TTEC's College of Insurance program to prepare them to be licensed health insurance agents in their state, according to a release. In Louisiana, TTEC has partnered with Acadiana Workforce Solutions to provide this valuable upskilling program at no cost to those who are hired.

TTEC invests in and provides a financial investment in each candidate by paying for their course, background check, exam, and licensure. Additionally, the company's approach provides administrative resources during the exam process, such as scheduling exams and submitting license applications to the state, so that the candidate can wholly focus on attaining their licensure.

"Licensed health insurance agents are in high demand because they provide a human connection with one of the most important decisions a person can make – their healthcare coverage," said Val Farlow, Senior Vice President of Operations, TTEC. "We know through partnerships with workforce groups like Acadiana Workforce Solutions that together we can upskill the workforce, which opens the door to career opportunities within the insurance field. We also offer opportunities to deliver amazing customer experiences through our at-home program, where associates learn and work remotely from the comfort of their own home."

"Acadiana Workforce Solutions is pleased to partner with employers like TTEC," said Dr. Emma Bush, Executive Director, Acadiana Workforce Solutions in Louisiana. "Through this employer partnership, we will accomplish shared goals by jointly supporting individuals seeking employment. Those with strong customer service skills and a desire to work from home have the chance to receive the required training and support to obtain their healthcare insurance license and be employed by TTEC. This will give workers across the region access to a higher wage and safety working in a home-based environment, all while aiding consumers as they make important life decisions."

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