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“The worst thing is trying to not get defaults on calls”
“They're pretty good a making your schedule and being flexible with you ”
“Offers gift cards and cash for top performance.”
One of the best things was the commissions received from closing sales.
More hours and more benefits would make this an ideal job for a mid-level employee. The pay should be set and not fluctuate due to performance. A commission plan needs to be implemented.
They offer you a health insurance package you cannot afford or coverage that is useless. You do get a 401K YOU DO NOT GET VACATION, HOLIDAY OR SICK PAY
The health insurance plans either cover almost nothing, don't cover enough for the premium, or have too high of a premium and too high of a deductible. They all have too many exclusions and it's hard to find out what your benefits actually are or what you need to file a claim/how to file it. The benefit administration company is hard to get information from and doesn't even always give the right info. I would be better off saving the money that is taken out of each check for the premium and using financing from the provider or a health care credit card if I need a lot of care.
The company provides the minimum health coverage for an individual employee.
Too expensive and not a lot of choices. Too expensive for dependent insurance but not much you can do since it's mandatory.
they give you nothing. they started giving health insurance but the policy is trash. doesn't cover anything
there are no solid benefits for the hourly employee
there is nothing good about this company the benefits are a joke and there is no opportunity for anyone here
there are no benefits whatsoever to working for this company unless you want to work all the time and make barely anything. Not even technically a full time job they give you like 38 hours or so after working the worst shift choices I've ever seen
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