What is it like to work at AFIRM?

2.6Work/Life Balance
2.6Job Security/Advancement
production driven factory
Written by rep (Former Employee) from San Diego, CA on November 3, 2017
There is a very steep learning curve. You are forced to produce a LARGE amount of work in the very beginning when you are still trying to learn the job. There must be at least 5 people on staff that keep sending you emails to finish your assignments.
Count on working at least 10 hours a week extra to stay on track.
You are paid minimum wage until - more ... you hit a threshold of assignments, which in fact are not easy to complete.
Management is always on your back telling you to produce.
Typical production scenario... - less
Constakes at least a year excel here. Until then, the pay is not good
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