Driver in Overland Park, KS
Working here was fun for a while but it became almost a fight for the schedule. I would get paid hourly which was nice & people were usually friendly. Most would even tip like $5-$10 per order. Main office was quick to contact if you didn’t respond fast enough, probably within 30 seconds of you seeing an order and not accepting it. If you’re doing the orders alone, it’s an inconvenience to keep in contact with customers while driving to their home/office or follow the map without taking my eyes off the road. This job would be a pretty good side hustle.
Sales Executive in Overland Park, KS
I wouldn’t recommend the sales job here. They sell you on this job as being chill and everyone gets along but then they ask you to work weekends and make more calls than previously communicated. You won’t make real commission money here.
Client Experience Specialist in Overland Park, KS
A typical day at work is not very typical. You learn a lot every day and have plenty of room to grow. The management is always caring and understanding, and will always go out of their way to meet your needs. The workplace culture is calm, but not boring, and everyone is personable. The hardest part of the job is being able to learn something new everyday. The most enjoyable part of the job is working and socializing with your coworkers.
Customer Service Representative (Support) in Overland Park, KS
Answering restaurant and customer phone calls, setting up tablets and printers to be sent out to restaurants to better track customer online orders. Also help create websites for the restaurants that signed up with us.
Performance Analyst in Overland Park, KS
Work day starts at 8 am. I manage underperforming and new clients to help them become better and performing clients. The day is a bit repetitive, since we have the same process to help all of our clients.