My co-workers were lovely, hard-working women, frustrated by the office environment. While a nice person, the president lacked the power to make good business decisions due to the tyrannical nature of the owner. This is a company, that if you work hard, exceed your sales goals and start making good money, will change rules in the middle of the game and will do anything to save money at any cost.
That said, I learned a lot and really had the opportunity to grow professionally in this role. I got better at public speaking and making presentations, was very successful, exceeding my sales goals each month, I made some nice friends, worked really hard and made good money while I was there.
Really enjoyed touting the benefits of a career in Travel and coaching them on how to be successful
First remote employee they ever had (was challenging), I was in SALES and I couldn't get important business tools (like a true CRM), Poor vacation and medical benefits, feeling unappreciated and undervalued