Vancouver was great, Calgary was a nightmare.
When I first started it was great, the training covered everything and was over a period of several weeks. I found from there that while I had earned my way to a full time of a certain section, I wasn't able to continue to progress in the company. When I moved locations, management went from good to horrific. My manager told me that my availability was only a guideline that she didn't need to follow, and wouldn't. I was cornered into a register by the same manager and tortured in many ways. She was everything I never dreamed to deal with and more. While I had some other great managers and fantastic co-workers, she was reason enough to hate coming to work. Issue with a customer? She's the only manager on hand? Goodluck, you're on your own. I would never tell anyone I know to work in any of the Calgary locations. I would additionally like to note that Calgary only took 3 days to train, and while maybe a couple weeks was a little long, I found the training period offered was too short with too little effort to care in the employee and more interest in selling protection plans.