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Stressful. They tell you its more than numbers yet when you get "talked" to about your progress, numbers play a huge role.

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8 hour days 6 days a week and a lot of commission changes the change took 350$ on average out of my check every 2 weeks

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As the store manager I worked open till close M-Sat by myself for over a month and the district manager never once came to help. When there was a sales rep there I was still expected to work 3 weekends a month and close 2 nights a week. They said that is the price of admission to work at Victra.

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Short meet up with store manager, some questions, your energy and how 'hungry' you seem will be about the only things that determine your hiring.

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As the market changes, and the behavior exhibited every day by the company becomes more well known, I expect this company will close.

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Standard benefits, a bit on the expensive side as the company doesn't subsidize much.

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Better pay structure and better adverstiment to drive more traffic

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I did not look forward to going to work ever

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They're more likely to hire attractive people that management can flirt with.

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Being coached to lie to customers and not disclosing all information. Low pay and low commission is very stressful as well.

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