Pros: beer 30 on fridays, some paid lunches, relaxed work attire, michael harness
Cons: no advancement opportunities, you're just a number, micro manage, bad benefits (i.e. maternity leave)
At the time, this company was moving in the direction of being a call center rather than a sales office.
Everything is under a microscope and is micro managed; your time is not your own. This isn't a sales office where you are given a quota and freedom to make that number- there are call quotas, minute quotas, exact hours, call scripts, ect. Feels like – more... being in high school at times.
Maternity leave was a non-existent joke when I was there (I heard this may be better now) and good luck trying to advance your career as a woman.... – less