U-Haul – Dallas, TX
Act as relief person at one or more U\-HAUL storage centers during a co\-managers common day off and during vacation periods\. Open and close… ClickCast
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I worked with center sales as a work at home employee. For anyone with great communication skills and the ability for sales, its a great position considering that you're highly compensated if you average well. I didn't work peak times but still averaged close 20$/hour. When I had the chance for peak hours, I would average well above that.
The managers and supervisors micromanaged everything. It's not their fault since its another team that determines whats "necessary" to verbally say during phone calls. One little mistake (forgetting to ask for an email) and they will pull you to the side and tell you that its an absolute must and waste your time when you could be making another sale.
Advice to Management
Every call is different, regardless of the required prompt. Do not punish your employees, especially those that average well above the team for something so insignificant. Mangers should be trained to stress the importance of reading prompts that protect legalities for the company, otherwise let your salespersons do their job instead of sounding like a robot.