Pros: on days when it was not busy they would ask if you would like to leave early, we also got employee discount's on all avon products.
Cons: sometimes time clock would be down, a supervisor needed to document the time which was never the time when you arrived, you may have a inbound call at the last minute 11:29pm even though your quitting time was 11:30pm.
The hours at Avon varied, alot of times they needed employee's to work the first shift although, my hours were 3-11:30pm I would volunteer to work any shift they asked me to. I really liked working for Avon, the inter-action with all the District and Sales Manager's. I was responsible for taking Inbound order's via pc, using an Window's-Based system, – more... Data Entry /Order Entry and Customer Service skills. I learned 10-key and from various company spondsored training classes I learned: How to diffuse anger, Professionalism, How to conduct up-sell and Survey's and How to handle Irate Customer's.At Avon, I earned an Certification and became an Certified Order Entry Specialist. The management staff and co-worker's were professional and a joy to work with.The hardest part of the job was taking your paycheck home because we got employee discount's on all of Avon product's. The most enjoyable part of the job was working for such an prestigous company, having a job and having a job that you would love to get up and go to that was productive and a fun place to work. – less