I picked up crew pay very quickly, not easy but rewarding at the end of the week. I would go in at 4am and worked my 10 hours and stayed sometimes especially on fridays or Tuesday-Thursday I would go home. I would go back given the chance
It was a great place to work, the more I sold the more bonuses I made and the group was fun to work with.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Barrington, NH – June 3, 2014
We called to set up clients with delivery dates to install the sheds they had recently purchased, and to sell them upgrades and add ons. I was the top seller of those the time I worked there and before leaving to move back home here in Idaho they ask me to figure out what I was doing to be the top in sales and train the crew to do what I did. So I held a two day training program and did just that. I always got the irate customers because I loved to handle them and after they cussed at you for five or ten minutes you could sell them anything. Management was great still stay in contact with two people I worked with back then. The hardest part of the job was talking sometimes with the Asian customers gettting their directions to the homes because it was a learning curve to be able to understand the way they said their L's were more like R's. But after you had that down it was pretty easy. The bonuses were the best part of the job mine were more than my hourly sometimes.
Great health care, vacations and birthdays off with pay
The only one was home was in Idaho so I got homesick after a while.
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Portsmouth NH – August 28, 2013
entered order and verfied called customers to set up and delivery and install of sheds and follow up calls.what I learned was how to deal with difficult customers on the phone. The hardest part of my job would have to be attempting to speak with non english speaking customers
we all knew the owner cared about everyone of his employees