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I worked at Quantum Services full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
You get to meet many convenience store managers, and find out which ones not to buy food from. Great for people who like to drive. If an employee is not nice to work with they will probably quit in a few months. Will hire anyone with a drivers license for better or worse.Cons
You will be paid much less than it would seem. Many of your hours are spent driving, about 600-900 miles per week. This means about 40-50% of your time you are paid for is minimum wage. Even if you are making $10-$11 per hour during audits almost half will be minimum wage on your paycheck. Also expect oil changes monthly and tire changes annually if you plan to keep your car in working order. This can mean a good portion of your paycheck is going to car maintenance, not to mention gas.
Work is sporadic. Some weeks you have no hours some weeks you have 60. No distinction between full and part time by the company. They change it to suit their needs to avoid any responsibility to their employees. District managers get salary and everyone else goes by the wayside. Raises are rare. The promised after training raise can be nothing or $0.05 depending on the manager. It can also include a test.
Store managers sometimes don't know you are supposed to be auditing the stores that day, and can get a little hostile. Company management will rarely notice you unless you have done something wrong. New hires get very little training and assistance. Probably because they usually quit before the end of their training period. Any question to management is quickly batted away with no answer. Any time an audit is off it is your fault even if the store has poor book keeping or the numbers you have given were verified to be correct. Management will never prove anything they are writing you up for, and sometimes write you up for something completely different than what they discuss in their e-mail to you. Management will not back you up, and only seek to keep the blame away from themselves.Advice to ManagementAdvice
See that the district managers actually do their job. Make sure the divisions actually benefit from their supervision.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO