Not bad for extra income...
Freelance Writer (Current Employee) – Remote – February 25, 2019
Depends on the day. Some clients are grateful. Others are impossible to please even when you take their awful looking resume and turn it into something very professional.
Management - haven't really had to deal with them. Unless Order Support is considered management. If that's the case, then I'd say that can go either way also. Been waiting 72 hours now for Order Support to help me with a difficult client. Haven't heard anything back from them. I'll probably lose this project over it. Not happy with Order Support at the moment.
Culture - well, you work at home, so that's always good.
Hardest part of the job - pleasing customers that think they know everything, but yet had to come to a resume writing company. It's like, you came here for help - but you're questioning every change I've made. Frustrating. Also, when the client says they are happy with your work, but they don't "complete" the order, so you have to wait several more days until the project is "eligible" for completion, dragging out your pay. That is also frustrating. I feel I could take on more projects if clients would go ahead and "complete" the order themselves when they are satisfied. Us writers don't have the ability to do that.
Best part of the job - working at home, on your own schedule (for the most part - you do have to adhere to timelines).