Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Layton, UT – June 12, 2019
This is a very physically demanding job with long work hours. As per HR you are required to work your first 12 hours. Anything more than 12 hours are voluntary. Peak season is approximately May to January. Management varies depending on the district you are in. Some districts are better than others for management and team morale. Hardest part of the job is constantly being thrown under the bus by team members and repetitive work. The most enjoyable part of the job is the physical activity and working with an industry leader.
Sales Ops (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 14, 2019
The pay is decent, especially with bonuses, but I wouldnt recommend sticking around too long. You'll eventually come to realize after all of the long long hours, unrealistic goals, low morale, lazy team members that go unnoticed, condescending higher ups, drama and hard work going unappreciated not only by management but your own teammates- that its just not worth it anymore.
If you are single, no life and want to earn money, knock your socks off.
RSR (Current Employee) – Florida – July 14, 2019
Always changing, "re-engineering". Anyway to profit them and save more and pay less through more work, more hours. And I don't know how they get away with their OT pay. Called VROT (chinese overtime, because no one can figure it out). About $8-9.00 an hour. Chip Mafia!