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The worst thing is the shift that they have one on, and it is for a year or longer.
They say the work is flexible, but I have been working no less than 50 hours and most weeks 70
You can work as much as you want
As a 1099 employee you set your own hours that you want to work. It's on you to decide how to make your schedule work to your advantage.
your a 1099 employee, be your own boss.
While you are expected to do certain activities and attend trainings, you technically can create your own schedule as this is your own business. I think you get out what you put into this. It's a numbers game and once you figure your ratios, you can determine how much or little you need to put in in order to get out what you desire. The only limit is really based upon how much time you have.
You’re an Independent agent. You can make your own schedule. Technically if you wanted to work 4 hours a week, you could.
The company has very flexible hours, but it is the clients whose hours of availability need to be catered to. If you are not working, you are not making money. There is no paid time off. So, if you begin working based on reduced hours, you will make very little income. The exception is the accumulation of annual renewals. These take a few years to accumulate to an amount worth depending on for even basic bills. If you are invested for years and make enough off of renewals, then flexible hours could work as a form of income.
its really whenever you want to work. a few time a month they will have team building and group meetings to track progress and "inspire" you to do better. other than that its on you to make all the calls you need to make and prospect when you can. once you get prospects its more along with their schedule and availability and you are less in control of your schedule.
You create your own schedule. I never miss school events for my daughter and vacation with my family.