A great job for those willing to work brutal hours with no home life.
Pros: 45+ hours/week, set schedule, always have Sundays off
Cons: No consecutive days off, long Saturdays and Mondays, impatient management and people, heavy lifting, no work/life balance.
I worked for less than two weeks before quitting, and my experience was bizarre to say the least. They train you for a week at another store before sending you to your hired(home) store. The job consists of telemarketing the same people over and over again, calling past due clients for payment, and store operations. I knew after a few days this job wasn't for me. I don't enjoy harassing customers for payments and/or telemarketing. Some people are more suited for the job, I'm not one of those people. Between the dealing with disgruntled renters to the odd work environment, I had to leave. Every day was stressful, and in the end it just wasn't worth it. If you enjoy loading and unloading furniture, constantly dealing with PO'd customers, and having an unpaid 30-minute break, claps for you. I'd much rather work in a store that sold, not rented, merchandise.