Pros: *If you have a pule, you're hired. They hire EVERYBODY. *Interesting people *Most of my managers were cool.
Cons: *Unpaid travel, very odd work hours, VERY low pay, no paid time off, no benefits, dirty stores, dirty vans, overall negative environment, CPH system
Typical day at work- spend hours in a dirty van, do the boring job, get back in van, hate life when you get back home. Even a short shift feels like forever. The shifts are anywhere from 2-18 hours.
What I learned- that this company does not care for its employees AT ALL.
Management- The managers are all right; it's not their fault the company is terrible. I'm talking about the people on top. They couldn't care less. It's all about the bottom line.
Co-workers- Best part of the job; interesting people, and a lot of new hires. Most WIS workers are genuinely good people which makes me sad that they for for What Is Sleep.
Hardest part of the job- getting motivated to actually do the job, and the odd hours and the travel. Often you get little sleep. And the company does not care about you.
Best part- like I said, the co-workers.