Pros: pay, reimbursment for gas, hours for those that are not a general manager. light weight work. vacation time starts immediately
Cons: stressful envoirnment, micro-managed, no insurance for anyone who isn't management, requires to spend your money to market for the company, excessive mileage on your vehicle
Pros – Pay, Reimbursment for gas, hours for those that are not a General Manager. light weight work. Vacation time starts immediately
Cons – Stressful envoirnment,
The management makes the job harder than it is by adding to your work load that is not manditory under company policy. Not one manager beyond the General Manager goes by company policy.
Money – more... hungry company:Attack/Market to the disabled, low income individuals and financially unstable people. Make it to easy to get money that people will never be able to pay back. They do not require proof of income, so that when the end of the 30 days is up and they don't have the minimum payment to renew the contract the vehicle is repoed.
They train you to be heartless and only go after the money: Pawn as much money as you can without thinking about how this person is going to pay it back.
Customers service isn't in their focus because they don't explain the product, & the money the customer gets is always way more that they need. And they remove all ways to get your title back
Required to you use your personal car to visit customer's houses in neighborhoods, most of which are not safe and only pay for gas.
Excessive mileage on your vehicle.
Requires to spend your money to market for the company. They want you to solicit in places that it says don't, dnd leave fliers on cars that is illegal.
If you don't meet loans, goals, or your numbers are not "in line" then in 3 months you are fired.
You are micro-managed. They don't trust their employees to do their job.
No insurance for anyone who isn't management.
Management is not professional: Conflict of interest, employees "hangout" and such with higher management (the typical favorites.) – less