Good place to learn new skills- not a career
When I started at Time Investment Company, I loved coming to work. I loved my manager, and my coworkers. It was structured and I was well trained. However after my 1st manager left it went downhill. When I first started, I was praised every day for how fast I was and made me feel irreplaceable. I was training new employees 3 months after I started and - more...
Good pay (commissions is fantastic), Luncheons every month, Friendly and generous owners (the best part of the company), Steady work schedule (if you are looking for one that never changes)
High turnnover rate (3 managers in 2 years and countless representatives in and out every month), High stress, No advancment opportunities (if you are under 25, good luck trying to advance), Bad management, Not flexible hours