28 hour work week to avoid giving you benefits. Constant pressure to perform (get leads). If you don't get enough leads they will fire you. You make around 40-50 calls an hour to unsuspecting businesses that are very unhappy to be receiving your calls.
That being said, when you do get through to someone, it' can feel very rewarding. You can also make some extra money per every successful phone call you make. Definitely a great place to practice and hone your communication skills and customer service mentality (roll with the punches, if they insult you, don't insult them back). The pay and lack of benefits are explained to you as you walk in the door, so there's no surprises and they are true to their word. The management was great, of course there is pressure to perform, but they are great at their jobs and are more than happy to help those who ask for it.