Through Indeed. A phone interview as well communicated through email. Background check clearance and job offer made. I have been in training and waiting now for store training before I began working in local store. I'm looking forward to the experience as well as Business Opportunity. Looking forward to Advancement's as well as business venture with Crossmark.
To answer someone's question about benefits and mileage.. Crossmark does have employee benefits and they WILL pay for your mileage, but will not pay for your drive time or mileage from home to your first store, or your last store to home. That is considered comute time( any job wont pay you to drive to work or home, right? If you travel to a store CLOSE to home first to start your day, then travel to a far away area, you WILL be paid for that distance once the first store is completed. If you choose to start your day at a far store, that's your fault for missing out on the mileage. Drive to the closest store from your house, then drive to the store that's 50 miles away to get paid...End your day close to your home, so your drive time and mileage (that you wont get) is minimal. Recruitment isnt the best. If you want to discuss higher pay..... BEFORE signing the acceptance letter for the job talk to your supervisor. If you sign it first, your pay cant be negotiated.
The people I interacted with do not seem very educated and some of them did not seem to understand retail and were not invested.