Event Specialist (Former Employee), Orillia, ON – October 23, 2013
Cons: not enough hours
work days were generally busy I learned about each and every product every day I worked management was great my coworkers well they were ok but could have done their jobs better the hardest part of the job is the lack of hours the most enjoyable part or the job was interacting with the customers.
Reset Representative, Team Lead (Current Employee), DMV – June 4, 2014
Pros: very manageable work schedule, mileage compensation.
Cons: at the lower levels you don't get full time, therefore no full time benefits.
Anyone trying to make anything above 20,000$ a year should look elsewhere, or attempt for a higher position within this company, which is surprisingly difficult. That being said, the work is pretty menial, you have your nights and weekends to yourself unless you elect otherwise, for the most part your coworkers are cool because they want to avoid problems – more... as much as you do, and what you don't make in your check, you save in stress.
I can't speak for management across the board, but my Supervisor was pretty cool. He only spoke when there was an issue, and he didn't try to control everything. The store managers varied in tolerance and tenacity, but overall you won't have any problems.
Like I said, I haven't moved up in the company, but the position I hold isn't necessarily a bad one considering my schooling circumstances. – less
Merchandiser (Current Employee), Memphis, TN – May 31, 2014
Pros: enjoy my co-workers
Cons: no benifits, no advancements in pay or positions
Full day hard labor meet different people I am team lead representing our company. enjoy working with my co- workers. finishing to the up most of ability to assigned project, like the traveling part in different city's and towns.
Merchandiser (Former Employee), Columbus, OH – May 19, 2014
Pros: self-motivational job
Cons: work all holidays
sales, inventory control Lifting heavy bins I enjoyed getting the bonuses with reaching beyond sale goals Co-workers inside the store I worked in were really nice Had 2 supervisors changes in 3 years, but they were great to work for.
Retail Sales Merchandiser (Former Employee), Montgomery, AL – May 16, 2014
Pros: the ability to work without supervision and to work a somewhat flexible schedule.
Cons: the amount of money you have to spend on car maintenance and gas.
A typical day involves traveling to the stores you have scheduled for that day and talking with store managers to ensure that products are displayed correctly. It's also important to sell in additional displays when you see an opportunity. You have to learn most of the job on your own and figure it out as you go because the Advantage Sales and Marketing – more... management team is usually clueless. – less
Productive and fun place to work and great place to meet people.
Lead Event Specialist (Current Employee), Wichita, KS – May 15, 2014
Pros: good pay
Cons: not enough time for breaks.
I work 6 1/2 hours a day. 4-5 days a week. Learned how to work with others and how to manage my time better. My co workers are very hard workers and help me get things done in the amount of time allowed. I enjoy seeing people on a regular basis.
Demonstration Specialist (Former Employee), Moberly, MO – May 9, 2014
Pros: flexible, as much time off as you need
Cons: no vacation time, no pay raises, no cost of living raise, poor management
your hours really vary on this job. Demo's don't leave you a lot of hours. Before i left this job the last two months were really down hill. I didn't even get a paycheck one pay period (2 weeks) because I had no work. I had to find a better job were I can at least manage my own bills. I know the ceo can at least give raises and steady hours (more then – more... 2 days a week) I hated having to clean up Walmart's blockade of items in the store before event. Getting there at 10 didn't manage to get out til 1pm. It's a job for people not really wanting to work or borderline retirement. Summer usually has hours that pick up. Hardest part was staying at same pay rate for 3 years. Insurance, that is a laugh. For one person it would be $300 and that is short term only medical and dental. I was the only one left after a while. I seen why no one stayed. You can't call upper management for stock on some things, but that's if it ever happens. Company based out of cali there isn't many options for moving up in the company and that is if you want to. – less
TALENT ACQUISITION RECRUITER [REMOTE] (Former Employee), Anaheim, CA – May 9, 2014
Pros: friendly work environment
Cons: management changes
• Responsible for candidate development of active and passive candidates for high volume positions in the organizations.
• Extensive interaction with hiring managers with a consultative approach that drives the candidate management process to facilitate a greater volume of candidates in the recruitment life cycle.
• Manage the hiring process for selected – more... candidates to include arranging interviews, debriefing the candidate and hiring manager, generating offer letter and partnering with the respective coordinator.
• Lead yearly seasonal ramp-ups for Home Depot/Lowes Assembly, Construction and NWL Rubbermaid division. Recognized for meeting & exceeding hiring goals set for team.
Event Specialist (Current Employee), Lethbridge AB Canada – May 5, 2014
Pros: great wage, good work environment, great manager
Cons: standing for a period of time
This job is the one I have had the longest. I first found it on Kijiji and then started working after a month or so of online training. I enjoy it because of the hours and because I get to learn new thing about different products. I have met some really great people because of the job and my manager is attentive, patient, and very understanding.
It – more... has helped me come out of my shell a bit and I feel a little bit more comfortable talking to complete strangers. – less