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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Career Opportunities
I worked at USANA Health SciencesPros
If you have a large network and don't mind ruining some relationships then sure. You learn how to act professionally and look the part as well. You learn how to step out of your boundaries and approach people in ways you never thought of before.Cons
-Although they say it's work on "your time." It pretty much is on your "Up line's" time. They expect you to be available at every moment and they say you must "make sacrifices now in order to succeed."
-When taught how to approach people about joining the company, they basically teach you how to lie to your friends and family about what the company really is.
-When you have obligations, they are not understanding, and then view you as not motivated enough.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Don't push people the "rank up" too fast. I know getting those below you means getting you paid, but ranking up at that pace when you are new and just learning is hard. Not everyone is a materialistic as you. A designer belt or bag is not going to get the horse running for some people.Approves of CEO