Pros: discount, 'convenience leave' (if shows are slow you may have a chance to finish your shift early), working for an organization to be proud of, engaging with excited customers, knowing all of the deals first!
Cons: work at home is not, or is very limited for at-home positions, pay is acceptable but not extraordinary
I worked for HSN as a work-at-home sales representative for almost 2 years (I only left to pursue a full-time job). The convenience of working from home is already incredible, but add that to a respectable company that is easy to be proud of. HSN offers exceptional products and services, and treats their employees like family. You get one-on-one coaching – more... if needed to help meet goals. There are minimal sales requirements, but they are easy to meet if you are engaged with your customer. All calls are inbound so there is no cold outreach. If you struggle with meeting any of your numbers you get coached by not only your supervisor, but also peers on your team that can zone in on the specifics you need for improvement. – less