Pros: good money/ benefits
Cons: short breaks, no work life balance, bad management, bad training, unfriendly/gossipy coworkers
This is a good company to work for if you are just in it for the money. However, it is a terrible place to work. It was actually in the Huffington Post top ten worst places to work. There is always mandatory overtime, and breaks are always reduced, to as low as five minute breaks. The entire staff is very unfriendly due to all of the terrible things we have to deal with and exhaustion. The work/life balance is terrible, because it is impossible to get time off, even though it is a benefit. The hours are long and hard. I was working about fifty hours a week. The manager are never to be found. There are frequently problems with getting all of your commission. There are also contests to offer benefits, but even if you meet the requirement of the contest, nobody ever seems to get the bonus. Also take a look at the turnover rate, they have one of the worst. People are quitting or getting fired every single week.