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    High risk venture great for someone independently wealthy who wants to work 60+ hours a week.

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    Initial training is 6 on scale of 1-10, being an independent contractor has advantages, and commissions can generate an excellent salary, if you are lucky. The company does more for its clients than similar companies.


    Each office individually owned so some offices are great, others terrible. Low commission split industry wide and very restrictive non-compete clause in the independent employee contract. Depends too much on luck and it is very difficult to control everything that has to happen to get to a closing so the employee may need to invest hundreds and hundreds of dollars upfront without knowing if the deal will close so they can get their commission - most new hires don't realize this until they are months into working without a paycheck or the hope of a paycheck. The company claims the average independent contractor will get a commission check within 90 days of at least $5,000, but reality is maybe you'll get $5,000 after 6 to 9 months if you invest a lot of time & money for travel and you have a lot of luck. There is no real teamwork.

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    Stop competing with contract workers for that commission check, build a real team atmosphere and review top management and what they are really doing because they are undermining the company.

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