Door Knocker (Former Employee) – Whitby, ON – 22 April 2018
Walking, weather not always good, customers are not always happy to see you at there door. The owners expect production from you - even when the customers are not interested. There seemed to be a lot of customers who had bad experiences with the company before - so it made the job hard.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Greater Toronto Area, ON – 3 April 2018
Not the worst job for securing something until a better opportunity comes along. Their work from home customer service positions as advertised were a little misleading. Hours of arbitrary on-line exams that focused more on personal philosophies and motivational quotes than actual tangible training. Hours invested in downloading and preparing online programs that didn't exactly work. Daily online conferences are held that management rarely shows up on time for. The supervisor even told sexist anecdotes on the first meeting. Definitely not for me but a relative easy company to get into until something more promising comes along.
Marketing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 23 January 2018
Got hired as a marketing supervisor, once accepted the job and started my first day of training , they didn’t mention that I will be “door knocking “ and came up with a useless excuse of why I will be door knocking . the training felt like a grade 12 English class where everyone has to take turn to read a script . I will advise this company to get a clear job description and let employees know their duties before hiring them .
Sales and Marketing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 11 January 2018
- you work in the evenings and all day Saturday - you learn how to motivate employees and multitask - management is a mix, like most companies, they have their good and their bad, - senior management is good but they need to surround themselves with better middle management
Turf Technician (Current Employee) – Sarnia, ON – 29 November 2017
It's a good job for someone who is young, working a job while out of school for the summer. Low pay, they do not pay overtime, they do not pay holidays. There's no room the advancement , and if there is they will low ball your pay.
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Whitby, ON – 25 July 2017
Work Atmosphere is very poor. No staff or lunch room. Training is not very good. Learned a lot about the company, but it's not very useful to apply to sales. It is very hard to get an old client who has cancelled in the past, to resign up again - very frustrating.
Sales Assoicate (Former Employee) – 69 Bramalea Rd, Brampton, ON L6T 2W9 – 22 July 2017
The job was constantly talking to other people in the neighbourhood which by it self would be fine. Though the fact that the managers would force you to get leads in most weather conditions i.e snow, rain and etc. There is no benefits and the salary is minimum wage this is by far the worst job.
Flexible work schedules
working in bad weather conditions with minimal pay
virtual sales (Former Employee) – home – 5 May 2017
Dont let them fool you, the at home job is being a telemarketer! They give you no actual training on the lines, just throw you out there on your first day. Management is very aggressive when it comes to you doing things their way and closing your sales no matter what. If you are a full timer and miss one day of making sales your hours are cut in half.
nice co workers
work everyday, constant belittling from management