Pros: meet new people, kinda interesting work, career potential
Cons: minimum wage, no work stability, some 10 hour shifts
For a minimum wage job, the actual work itself is not too bad, even enjoyable - way better than sitting at a desk stressed out on the phone.
WIS makes the work challenging with a system for tracking how good you're doing compared to everyone else on the team.
Kinda fun meeting and working with other people. And yes, there is career growth potential. – more... The company basically does everything right in terms of company culture. If you only have high school of less, could be a good company to hitch your wagon to.
The company's operations revolve around inventory gigs. Most clients only get inventory done once every 6 months. So they have no work... you have no work. (For Inventory Associates, anyway.)
After getting hired, I worked 3 days per week for 2 weeks.... then no work for 3 weeks.
They have you sign a document when you get hired that says they don't have to follow standard laws for breaks and overtime, etc.
So they may work you for 10 hours straight, with only a couple 1/2 hour breaks....then give you no work for 3 weeks.
Better than being unemployed. – less