Pros: weekly check, good coworkers
Cons: awful upper management, hypocrisy, sexism, physically crippling, long hours, blatant favoritism.
As a Customer Account Rep, you will do all the physical labor that management doesn't want to do. You will be asked to put yourself in physical danger because the managers don't want to send two employees to move heavy furniture. You will work at least nine hours a day. You will go home late and arrive to work early.
If you are prone to illness, you – more... get two sick days a year. After you've used them, you will be written up, even with a doctor's note. In the past two years, I can say that my back, knees, elbow, and shoulder have all gotten worse and worse. Sexism is rampant, as female employees are moved up very quickly (if they aren't hired into management from the start).
Most damning is that if you have any stance against taking advantage of people, you will not last. Your job is to convince people with little to no income to pay a contract worth at least triple what the merchandise is worth.
If you value your home life, family, or physical well being, just stay away. – less