Pros: 1 hour lunch. profit sharing. quick promotions.
Cons: read the review.
I want to start by saying I worked with this company for 2 years as a full time employee. I did resign but I did not leave because of a petty argument or some other petty excuse for quitting.
I left this company for these reasons simply:
1. The company itself has no consideration for your needs. This includes family deaths, illness, or any other event that could keep you from coming in. I personally didn't have trouble with this but witnessed many who have. They WILL force you to come in if you allow them to. And chances are if you call out on a busy day they will have it out for you when you return.
2. Illegal work practices and poor ethics. The company will say it prides itself in following guidelines and promoting good work ethics, they even have online courses they have you take. However while in the office be prepared to literally threaten these customers with intention to file suit, have them arrested, or pick up their cars and/or personal property. Most of the employees hired on have minimal experience and do not know how illegal this is and if they are caught doing it then the company will not acknowledge their acts.
3. Field work is a common play among financial companies. And can be dangerous anywhere. My experience with this company gave a whole new meaning to fear. Be prepared to field work at least 5 to 20 houses a day or multiple times a day. And yes I mean almost everyday. And if you get a client at the house and they won't give you payment, they ask you to call the office. They will make you stay there until they give you payment or call the police – more... to the house. If the client is home and won't answer they secretly aka you knock on every window and door available until they open up. And by knock I mean heavy banging. (Keep in mind we are told to do this, but also told not to tell anyone we do it) I never did this however all other employees have. I have seen first hand. But they DO pay gas mileage!!! ;)
4. The pay is borderline ridiculous. Employees say the get paid well, however that is purely because they work 50 plus hours a week or more. Not meeting your store numbers? Be prepared to work until 8 or 9pm. This includes saturdays. They literally punish you because clients don't pay their note.
You do get profit sharing after a certain time of employment. However that is ONLY of the store meets specific goals. Typically you could expect to get maybe 6 bonuses throughout the year. The other sizes are usually holidays or bad months that NEVER meet the numbers. I make more then I did there now and I only work 29 hours a week. So if you have kids or any live outside of work I recommend reconsidering employment here.
Everything written here is true and solely based on an opinion of a former employee and my experiences with it. This includes multiple office locations because I floated around many times and practices were all the same at each store.
Promotions are almost constant with this company so you could easily be a manager within a year or so. Even less if you have experience.
But keep in mind that an opening that often for management isn't necessarily a good sign. – less