Pros: giveaways, benefits, coworkers
Cons: management, hr, the job itself
First if you can't handle selling walk away now. Even if you are in a non sales position you are still expected to sell/upsell. If you get upset by people yelling at you this will not be a good fit. If you can't type relatively fast not a good place to work. If you hate talking on the phone not a good job for you. If what I just said does not bother you, you may work out at this place. They had the best training program I have ever gone through it lasts 6-8 weeks and teaches you how to use their entire system. Upper management is ok, the president and corporate level people are all rather nice but their lower management/lead group sucks. They are only in it for their own good and most are quite power hungry. HR is a joke and can't tell their a**es from their elbows. Your team will become some of your closest friends in and out of work. The job is horrible, you will get told that you are the devil, that you should die, that your family should all die of cancer. You will be cursed at, hung up on and worse so your coworkers are really the only things that keep you sane. It is a really relaxed dress code and they have awesome benefits, PTO, Health, Dental, Eye, 401K, Life insurance AD&D insurance. Discounts with a lot of the companies around, and the pay is not bad at all. With commission I averaged $19-$21 an hour. They have "spirit week" and dinners, HBO and SHOWTIME come in and hold events you can get a lot of free stuff and even win trips So that part is fun and pretty much the only reason people keep working here long term.
Overall Decent place to work but Management is annoying and the job sucks.