-Schedule when you want to work for the most part
-Relaxed atmosphere, I have yet to be micromanaged or talked down to by management. So if you do as your are told and do your job correctly you should be ok.
-Fair support network, there is no immediate transfer to a higher tier when on the phone with a customer but you can escalate and ask questions other ways.
-Pay, saying pay is bad would be an understatement. They prey on people who have no other current employment option and there is no direct way to get a raise. Expect your pay rate to be between $8 and $10 an hour if you are standard remote worker.
-Bennys, there is none since you are a 1099 Contract employee
-Job Security, Been with the company only a month and hours are already getting sacked and dried up. They had an agreement where we had to be within the project for 60 days and work 20 hour a week minimums with the lions share of those hours on the weekends and that was removed less than 30 days with me being on the project which is super scummy.
-If this is your primary source of income be prepared to be without work for weeks/months between projects and have some sort of nest egg to supplement yourself while you tread water with the hundreds (yes, soon to be hundreds of people) looking for a project that only accepts a couple people. One week you can find yourself with 40hours, the next you are lucky to get 40hours in an entire month and over-night you can be without any hours.