Relatively laid back contact center, however it did seem to become much more strict once I left. Employees are some of the best you could ever meet.
Pros: free shoes, discounts, paid running entry fee's (2 per year), and sales contest
Cons: work most holidays, everyone is required to work at least one weekend day, overtime is not voluntary most of the time (mandatory)
The job itself is pretty monotonous, since there is a protocol that must be followed in order to make your bonus, but the people alongside you are great and fun to be around. Free shoes is one perk of the job and is a random occurrence when vendors decide to be thankful. Best part of the training is the extensive knowledge you will receive relating to shoes and running mechanics (probably more that you would ever want to know). If you are a runner yourself, the discounts would make for a smart move monetarily. The CEO himself is a great guy, and is present most days and as an infectious energy that highlights the best part of the companies culture. Management is another story, and just be careful who you google.