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The hours are up to 24 hours per week (or 6 4-hour shifts). Usually they like 3 to 7 pm and on weekends, 11 to 3. You can schedule yourself to work any day except Tuesday and they like you to work either Saturday or Sunday (or both) every weekend. They start around $15-16 per hour, but you'll never get a raise no matter what. As a matter of fact, just when you're starting to get really good and knowledgeable about the product they let you go.

Answered March 25, 2020

All of the interview process is online.

Answered August 1, 2020

There are absolutely NO SICK DAYS. If you don't show up and sign in then you don't get paid, Your an independent contractor (like an UBER driver)

Answered March 25, 2020

I began at age 65. I'm now 66. Nulo hires a lot of retired people. There are an equal number of young adults woking. If you are so inclined, you can move up the corporate ladder. It's the best company in the industry.

Answered April 11, 2020

Not long. From answering the ad you talk to your potential manager and that's it. No reference or background check.

Answered October 10, 2019

They always dangle a carrot about raises, but after three years no raise and my work was outstanding and never questioned. There is one thing you can bet on with NULO and that is being let go when you least expect it.

Answered March 25, 2020

If you have confidence in yourself and are somewhat outgoing you can do this job. There is a learning curve, but there is plenty of online training and product knowledge available. If you have problems communicating with others then forget it and look for an IT job.

Answered March 25, 2020

Vary easy pase. It can become boring but if you move from aisle to aisle you can meet a lot of people and at times bring them back to your aisle to discuss the features, advantages and benefits of Nulo.

Answered March 25, 2020

If you want no security in your job then go to work for Nulo. Otherwise, look for something that has more long term stability.

Answered March 24, 2020

"Have you ever done this kind of work before?" My answer was that I had 6 years of experience at this work, so the next question was "When can you start?"

Answered May 21, 2019
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