Pros: flexible hour
Cons: flexible but you have to fight with others, since they always over subscribed. they made money on training, no ethnic, communication is very bad, good luck getting any feedback from upper management, unless they need to tell you to do this and that. no security of job, no benefit.
Im lucky I made my decision this is a party time only. After working for Arise for a long time, I knew this is right.
Hours are jumping up and down. Many people are terminated because they want to. (You can find out many of them on internet complaining). You have to pay to get a job, this isnt right. Sometimes need to pay a couple hundred, then some – more... are end up finishing the class, and no more hours to work with. They dont tell you about this when you sign up, you only know it after you are already into it, no refund, no security of job.
Communication with management is zero, because they know it is contract, fire you all they want. That's why they setup a business, so make this job as a contract, they DID hired some good lawyers for Arise thought.
They always have meeting to upsell their classes, because the class is costly, and no guaranteed you will have job or hours at all. Also you need to pay monthly fee to be their employees, that's why they signed up so many classes and can fire you anytime they want, because they already made money that way.
Therefore if you are looking to do it as parttime, you can go for it, however be prepared to be doing job with unreasonable demand, Also the pay isnt good, no benefit, no security, and their management treat all issue like it never happens. So you need to fix it all by yourself, or good luck teaming with a good PCL ( their way to call manager ). Otherwise you will not have any fun at all doing their job as contractor. – less