Pros: great management and company, as well as the growth in the industry.
Cons: because you are a seasonal worker, there is no time off and no benefits.
A typical day of work somes in the form of being on the phones till your breaks, and/or meetings, for an entire shift. It could be tough, but by being involved in the Pre-tax Benefits program gives a lot of information ion the insight in how the system works and why things are the way they are. Out of the five supervisors, I had the oppurtunity to work with three of them as my supervisor. I can honestly say nothing bad about them. They are phenominal individuals who are incredibly supportive and willing to always go an extra mile for their team members. Kind and loving, they are skilled at being great leaders and great supports. Co-workers can be a mixed bag due to hiring practices, but I can say those I worked long term with have been wonderful people. the hardest part of the job is how much mandatory overtime can come out of no where. The most enjoyable part of the job is definately the kind of work it is. Helping people, not selling them anything or something, is a wonderful feeling.