Power as a company is extremely ethical and generous to their employees. The work culture is amazing and so is the management. Everyone is happy to help you succeed in any way possible, or just hear you out if you need to talk.
However, you work 45 hours a week, every other week. Most days you will get off work at 6:30 or 7, not 6. And most of all, the actual work sucks big time. You'll get hired on for sales, only to realize you get stuck doing door-to-door marketing for an undetermined amount of time. Everyone has to do it. It is degrading, rude, and not a job to be proud of. You will be outside in 20 degree weather while it's frigidly cold, windy, and dark, trying to knock on doors. You'll set tons of appointments only to realize that almost none of them demo, meaning you make no money. Retail marketing isn't any better. You stand in a Sam's Club for 8 hours trying to stop people with no display or any visual representation of who the company is. There's still job postings for sales up on indeed, but right now sales is almost full, and there are people who have worked there for a year and are just now getting into sales.
It's weird that the company is so awesome.. yet, I haven't been this depressed at work in years, and I've had some pretty unfortunate jobs in my life.
long breaks, great company, ethical
door to door, scripting, working conditions, hours, schedule, misleading, mentally and physically taxing