Pros: flexible schedule, enthusiastic staff, easy hire, workers in demand
Cons: poor management, highly disorganized, little care for hourly workers, long hours, unfair pay decisions, seasonal, sloppy, travel
To be fair, there are advancement opportunities, and some employees seemed to genuinely like working for this company.
For me, however:
Recruited as a photographer - used for direct sales (pulling people off the street to be photographed). Long hours under the sun.
Training was a joke. Work was highly disorganized. Fan Photographers (not to be confused with green screen photographers) were ripped off. They were pitted against each other, paid at $8 an hour, and given commission intensives that were unattainable for most individuals (depended on luck of location).
Proper forms were not gathered for payment purposes. Follow-up attempts were not gathered in a timely or correct fashion (needed to contact company multiple times). Payment was way too late (approximately a month and a half after job completion). Pay did not properly correspond with the number of hours worked (training and extended hours still unaccounted for). Was given a raise on day-one, but that raise was not notarized by supervisor. Had to argue with HR to receive correct pay rate. Told by HR that I was not the first one from my group to call in with similar pay related complaints.