half stressful half laidback
Independent Contractor/Sales (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – February 20, 2016
One would work twelve plus hours when working with the rest of the team. A typical day consisted of role play from 8:00 to 11:00. Then a reward from the day before with a set goal listed on the board along with the Days competition (money for a certain amount of sells). Next we would get in the Car and head to whatever town we were scheduled to be in. we would Get out of the van and try to get at least 4 sells from 12:00 to 2. Lunch around 3 or 4. back to work till 10:00PM. I learned to not expect much from coworkers because they will let you down on purpose when at a commission based job. They will drop you off in areas they know wont want the assistance. The head of the building I worked at was a pretty good person, he was influential and a respectful man. The hardest part of the job was waiting for the commission to come, because I was homeless and couldn't afford to eat throughout the day. 8 hours on your feed and 12 hours with no food can get very hard. A few of the older women that were mothers offered to help some times but I didn't want to accept often. The most enjoyable part of the job was finding the good people and joking with them on the way up the road and the way back. A few male co-workers were so rude to the females, it disgusted me and I resigned. Another thing that I didn't like is that the company did not provide the transportation. The drivers weren't paid to drive and often didn't drive so well. It got pretty stressful at times depending on the driver.
Good opportunity to make money. the chance to work solo
rude co-workers, long hours