We had a barely-there manager. I suppose he gave more "one on one" time to others, but I never had a sit down with him apart from the interview itself. He was all smiles but not actually helpful as far as I was concerned.
The assistant manager acted like the manager when it came to actually guiding the crew, but when it came down to it even she failed.
They schedule events that are barely appropriate for the company to be a vendor at.
They drive the crew to neighborhoods that are highly questionable, always claiming they have worked there before and did well. Neighborhoods that are too rich or too poor for the service. This job made me appreciate the people with "No Soliciting" signs. It became burdensome to talk to unexpecting people at their own doorsteps. So seldom did I make sales.
Crew members drink instead of canvass if they feel so inclined. They are too competitive and lack humility.
This company is one to forget and not to fall for.
If you don't sell enough, you won't know when you will be next to be fired. They drag it out and tell you you're doing well when you know you are struggling, and then you get fired.
Most of the work day is spent alone in neighborhoods.
The coworkers, the job of pushing farm box subscriptions...