Pros: hourly rate of pay, co-workers, sam's club members, most demo's
Cons: not enough hours/work time, demo's could be removed at the last minute causing loss of hours, insurance was not the best
Was able to log onto company website at home and view demo to be performed, so knew in advance what my day would be like as far as work duties were concerned. I would demo and promote my product, and provide members with samples if available. Job required attention to details, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, adhere to safety and performance – more... standards, and always encourage members to purchase the product I was demoing.
The job was not difficult or hard in the least, just not enough weekly hours... They varied from one day a week to five days a week, which was rare. The best part of the job was introducing people to new products, being able to give away free products, and making people smile and happy. My co-workers were great! I miss working with them. I had two great managers I spent a considerable amount of time working for/with before the most recent one, before I left to attend college. – less