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Pay is extremely delayed
Sales/Brand Promotion (Former Employee), Washington, DCFebruary 20, 2014
Cons: delayed pay (2+months)
Going on 3 months and I have yet to receive pay- currently undergoing claim/involved in communication to expedite. I would NOT recommend this company
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do NOT work here
Program Coordinator (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZJanuary 23, 2014
Pros: you can work some events for extra money
Cons: pay is ridiculous, they will overwork you all the time, you work every single weekend
You are excepted to work ALL the time. Day, night and every single weekend. They promise flex time but it never happens because none of the upper management care to help out with any programs you are assigned to. The opportunity for growth is impossible! you will be at your same position getting paid the same for years, because they do not believe in – more... salary increases OR bonuses.
You work work work ALL The time and never get praise but as soon as one client has one small complaint everyone has something to say about you. The do not care about creating a work/life balance which is why the regular employee can only work here about 6 months. – less
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Working at events
Event Coordinator (Former Employee), Atlanta, GANovember 21, 2013
part time job. was able to work at big festivals and events for big companies and corporations. Good pay.
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Be prepared to give up your life, for very little reward.
Program Coordinator (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZOctober 6, 2012
Pros: interesting assignments and good experience.
Cons: just a crazy, unpredictable, and unstable environment, not meant for people who expect much out of an employer.
The job could be really cool, if someone bothered to put an ethical and feasible structure in place. You will work every SINGLE day and there is no work-life balance. The leaders make a lot of empty promises and I guess try to put the image out that they are trying alleviate some of the crazy, but I get the sinking feeling they would prefer to chew – more... you up and spit you out, rather than invest what it takes to retain a quality staff..

Just overall a disappointing, high stress, and frustrating environment, where people are quitting or getting fired constantly, in addition to an insane schedule. Not worth any amount of money (which isn't great) for the stress and anxiety you will endure. – less
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Work Work Work all day long
Program Coordinator (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZJuly 24, 2012
Pros: get to experience the staffing industry on the other side
Cons: work 24/7 with zero recognition
Be prepared to work all of the time. Also the company promises flex time for working on the weekends, but never delivers that promise. You will work 7 days a week, treated with very little respect and provided with empty promises.

The company is always changing. When I say changing, I mean there is little job security. The CEO changes her mind about – more... every 4 months of the direction she sees the company heading, which means alot of people leave the company or is fired.

Management is poor, there is zero communication. The person who controls the operations department can hardly work a computer let along manage people. – less
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Great periodic job for extra money - fun too!
Team Lead - Product Promotion (Current Employee), Michigan and OhioMarch 24, 2011
Pros: good pay, helpful administrators, advance quickly, work when and where you want, safe, fun, job opportunities/information sent to your email, accept job opportunities online, online tracking of jobs, direct contact with administrator and sponsor
Cons: paid after sponsor pays company - approx 6 weeks, limited advancement, jobs not guaranteed due to high # of applicants, travel expenses not paid
Real company paying real wages for your time. Events are fun, opportunity to work with various sponsors, and network with people in your areas of choice. Get out of the house, go to places, do things, and meet people you wouldn't do otherwise... and make money doing it!