Confortable outfit, neither very looser nor so tight. No very bright colors, no heel so high for the women.
What would you suggest MANULIFE management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?
Put sleeping quarters in your office. Be more conversant with employees, to know them.
They ask your educational and family background as well as your professional background. Sometimes they ask random questions just to gauge you English communication skills.
First, to be hired, you have to contact an Financial Adviser.
The FA will assess your qualifications through asking questions about you, your educational background, your job history if any, etc.
Second, upon passing the assessment, you will fill out an application form, and pass it together with the requirements needed.
Third, you will be given short courses about Manulife, about being a Financial Adviser, about Life & Variable Life Insurance, and about different kinds of investment. Every after topic you will take an exam, and pass it.
Fourth, after passing the short courses, then that's the time you take & pass the 2 licensure exams at the Insurance Commission office or in any affiliated place near your location with examination fees & Manulife endorsement letter.
Fifth, sign a contract with Manulife and attend the intensive trainings..