Costumer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Fountain Valley, CA – January 17, 2017
this job sucks. it already has a bad reputation with the business other people at the office have stolen one anothers businesses "roadshows" so us employers stay out of a job for a few months. they never text you back for work. lack in paying. have rep for also being sue for not paying there employers.
Sales (Former Employee) – Warrenton, OR – June 22, 2016
Worked by myself, company always has great training & products. Learned about the new product, company has wonderful training on each new product & also group phone training & input from other sales people who are selling the same product at other locations.
Promotional Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Orem, UT – May 6, 2016
The work itself is pretty straightforward; promote a product for the length of each roadshow. What makes it really fun is the products themselves, since some of them are extremely interesting to demonstrate for customers. The biggest downside however, is that the work itself is beyond unsteady, since there can be a gap of 4 months in between shows and that's not uncommon.
Independent Consultant (Current Employee) – Murray, UT – March 4, 2016
Cora USA is an excellent company for product demonstrators and marketing consultants. They are professional, organized, treat there employees with self worth and aim to be the best in the customer service industry. They staff events in Costco and Sam's Clubs. I have personally worked for this company since 2012 and they are very respected within the Industry,
There is opportunity to make bonuses and there pay is on the higher scale
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – South west United Sates – September 30, 2015
I enjoy the travel with Cora USA. I arrive at the location, I set up and engage with people all day. I see new places and meet new people. I've learned how to manage my time and developed good marketing skills. Management is lively and work well with their team members. The hardest part of the job is the long hours away from home, but I also get to travel at the same time.
Sales Exrcutive (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – June 11, 2013
CORA USA is not a very good company to work for or do bussiness with they have a high turn over rate due mostly in part to the insufficient leadership of upper managementent In addition they consistently show lack of loyalty to there Brand Ambassadors.!