You are a contractor, work from home. No commute. You need to pay the training, training can be long depending on the contract you select and with no pay.
The best thing was it was work from home and you could take as much time off as you want as long as you do your 15 hour weekly requirement. The worst thing in my opinion was you have to pay for the certification class. However, they have to make money too.
Best thing i can work from home. Worst thing is i have to pay a monthly fee.
No benefits because you are a self-employed contractor.
Since this is a contract job, there were not many benefits available. This is potentially a negative aspect of being a contractor with Arise.
No benefits offered No insurance No paid time off No holiday or over time pay
There are no real benefits. Yes, you are trained for the job, but it is essentially a class for which you pay.
This is contract work, no benefits.
There are none, which is fine with me.
Nothing. This company sucks and is not worth the time. They have terrible systems that crash daily and they dont pay people properly.
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