Pros: product, culture, locations, hours, benefits from day one
Cons: you will work holidays and weekends and you will be commission based, which is really a pro if you want that
I work in the face to face sales dept, have worked both frontline and in house. It has been a good company to work for. Good benefits, some of the best training in the industry, and there is an opportunity to advance quickly if you are a great salesman. It's a commission job so don't expect to make money immediately if you're inexperienced. It definitely is NOT easy, and you have to deal with a lot of negativity daily so having a great attitude is imperative.
The managers are great for the most part. They and the experienced reps go out of their way for those hungry to learn more. The company culture rewards the top sellers, as it should. Everyone is respectful and executives are not afraid to put disrespectful workers in their place. The employees in my office tend to be very friendly and hang out outside of the office, but I can't speak for every office. When I am forced to work more than 30 hours a week I complain in my head, but then I realize I'm spoiled for the money I make.
It is also a great product with lots of angles to sell compared to some other products in the industry so that makes it a bit better on us salesmen.