Cons: no benefits, unprofessional environment
I did two weeks of training and this place is horrible. Upper management is really unprofessional. Team leads are clueless and the training is mediocre. The girl (one of the team leads) who trained us was really unprofessional. The girls who I trained with and I did not understand anything in the manual because the trainer was constantly leaving the room and off pretending to be "busy" while we were stuck in a conference room left clueless. This place will throw you back to high school. Most of the girls are constantly gossiping and having really inappropriate conversations with each other and managers. Managers often chime in and love the gossip.There are no boundaries and some of the girls talk to managers like they're out at the bar. It's ridiculous.
This company needs a serious 180 turn. There should be boundaries between staff, team leads and managers. If you are giving people rules to abide, enforce them and be consistent with everyone, not just new people. Upper management needs to be professional, I cannot count the many times managers were gossiping about employees or cursing. Also, there's a casual dress code...but some people are dressed in a very inappropriate manner. No one wants to see you back showing or your stomach. Be professional, you're going to work. I also saw a few girls get fired before training, for no apparent reason. If they don't like you, they'll get rid of you without any cause. It's really pathetic. The pay was about 12 an hour which isn't bad but the treatment they give you is ridiculous. Oh, and they have no benefits for full time employees. I mean you would think you'd at least get dental, but nope you don't.