Pros: early promotions, access to upper management, great training program for those new to the business, free food sometimes
Cons: it can get a little chilly in the office
I love that there are so many cash bonuses for just doing what you're supposed to be doing. The best bonus is the all-expense paid international trips. I went to Cancun last year for free and we went snorkeling in Cozumel and golfing another day. I'm also going to the Bahamas later this year, all-expense paid.
It's a – more... flexible schedule which is great so I can go to my doctors appointments or take care of random emergencies without having to take time off. Having a flexible schedule can also be the hardest part of the job but if you have a strong work ethic and good time management skills that shouldn't be a problem.
Opportunities for Advancement:
Management recognizes hard working individuals and rewards them with promotions earlier than outlined in their management training program guidelines. I personally got promoted to Supervisor in 4 months and District Manager in 11 months. – less