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Not much input allowed in scheduling or assignments. You are given too many assignments in a short period of time, which is extremely stressful. Hours worked per week/ per assignment are far beyond what is actually paid in salary, because the position is salary based. End up feeling overworked and underpaid. You never know what type of assignment they will give you. Very little training is given. Management is clueless about what their employees are dealing with, trying to get assignments completed.
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a paycheck
Cons
poor management, overworked/underpaid, too much stress
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RBG treats their Video Scouts like pieces of meat to be chewed up and spit out. They allow clients to create overly complex or overly specific guidelines that result in many unreliable shops that are nearly worthless to the client. The Video Scout position is a high-turnover, guaranteed burnout job that will significantly affect your health and relationships after just a few months on the job. Management does not make a concerted effort to promote from within so it is a dead-end job. Much of management has little-to-no direct Video Scout experience. Therefore, Video Scouts are treated differently than office employees are treated.
Pros
free drinks and snacks/food on some of the shops, occasional extra long breaks in-between trips
Cons
overly demanding, low compensation, extensive boring travel, economy transportation and lodging, erratic scheduling, long days, weekend work, poor management
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