Pros: flexible schedule, work/life balance, good benefits for ft, the best training team bar none.
Cons: highly cliquish culture in every department outside of sales/service, virtually impossible to advance or move out of sales, supervisors are hit/miss -you might get a complete sociopath
It's a good place to work if you like dealing with customers and don't mind selling the same things on a 45-60 day rotation. The customers are usually great 10 months out of the year - during the holidays....not so much, but if you can deal with that stress, it's a breeze.
Lots of change constantly going on in some area to keep pace with customer expectations. – more... HSN really does try to be an innovator.
As with any company, there are good things, and bad things, and at HSN, the good definately outweigh the bad. – less