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Pros – You get to travel all over the country and work mostly on your own. I got to see most of the continental US over a three year period.
Cons – Getting called for jobs can be extremely sporadic. When you do work expect to work 12+ hour days with little to no downtime and expect to work every day during an assignment (so if you are gone two weeks, you work 14 straight days). The pay (given the amount of work you do daily) is not great and there are no benefits.
Advice to Senior Management – Book better hotels. Spending $10 more a night makes a world of difference.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – I gained some new friends. My co-workers were great.
Cons – Management treated the sales team like kindergarteners. There were two of us who demonstrated that we understood sales, that we closed sales, and stayed busy. At any given point if one of the two principals were frustrated about ANYTHING they'd herd the sales team into the conference room and curse us out. Required overtime, forced weekend work when the company was actually closed.
Advice to Senior Management – Management is not open to advice.
Pros – traveling is the only good thing about working for them
Cons – hardly any work, no advancement, no raises, no incentives at all
Advice to Senior Management – management should give incentives to do a good job as opposed to treating the great workers the same as the terrible workers. if everyone is treated the same then there is no reason to do well.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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