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I worked at Schulman Ronca part-time (more than an year)Pros
The management there seemed to do their best with what little control they had.
Making your own schedule per week was quite nice, and initially the work felt rewarding to some extent. However--and it depends on the individual--there is a breaking point for how long this work takes to go from "interesting" to "creating mental illness."Cons
-Easily the most damaging aspect of how the company is for research interviewers is the few breaks that are received, which are extremely necessary for work this repetitive. Eventually you'll realize if you want to work there, and not go crazy, you have to stall the phone and create your own 10 second breaks every other call, or something along those lines.
-If you don't have thick skin, you'll quickly be unable to handle hostility from people receiving your calls.
-Scheduling yourself is nice, but quickly you'll realize that if you want a large amount of hours, you'll be working hard late-night shifts for very little pay, and few breaks.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Provide more breaks. Or pay better.
But you probably know these things already, and prefer the present model of business, which means I will never work there ever again.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO