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    Former Employee - Sales in Dallas, TX
    Former Employee - Sales in Dallas, TX

    I worked at PODS as a contractor (less than an year)

    Pros

    Ha! Well, I did meet a good friend.

    Cons

    Just compare some of the negative reviews from 2011/2012 to current negative reviews. They are the same! I can't believe it. Similar, even down to the bathroom breaks. Don't believe any claims that changes are coming...unless they've done something drastic and sold the company or went public. Seasonal staff don't finish their assignment...they get fired for some other reason initiated by management, probably so they won't have to pay unemployment benefits. They come on here and try to blame the employee for being disgruntled. They try to come on here and say the disgruntled employee is not cut-out for sales, instead of reviewing their own processes. Classic bad management. Most of your employees should not fail. Sales should not be "cut-throat" which actually means murderer. Sales should be competitive and challenging, yet achieveable with skill. Many of the seasonal staff that came on with me, including myself, have now moved on to permanent fulfilling jobs in sales and elsewhere. We agree that we should have skipped this PODS opportunity (if you want to call it that) all together.

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    Change your dirty business practices.

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