If you are good at networking and following up with people, you can make a lot of stacked-bonus commissions. Combing different promotional sales incentives with bonuses from finding your own appointments can really add up on top of creating a pretty solid daily sense of job security.
Zero benefits, every now and then they’ll pull a $50 bill out and see if you change your grade will give you $50. Keep your $50 I will look for something better. Other flooring companies, I’m in the process of being hired for pay a lot better than 4%. Just FYI the Low is 6% seven days a week , running countless leads , hundreds miles on your car per day , then get paid four percent of your closes..., equals 500-800/wk and $3200 a month subtract $600 in gas, not to mention wear and tear on your vehicle. That’s a whopping $2600 a month for 50 to 60 hours a week. On top of that your paid as a 1099 so you have to pay taxes on that to. Once you do the math you’re making less than minimum wage.
As a flooring consultant you are a 1099 contractor so you are not offered any benefits. You can take time off whenever you want you just are not paid. When I worked there they did have this nice perks at work program. It was this thing online where you could shop for things at a deep discount. Like I got the Microsoft office software for like $20. Also, you get a discount on flooring for your own home.
No benefits. You're on your own.
no benefits given at all
There are no benefits to outside flooring sales contractors
Very robust benefits package, cost to employee has not increased in several years.
Company paid life insurance, long and short term disability insurance.
The worst thing about the benefits package is the paid vacation. For those that want to make a career at Empire, they should be aware that once they reach 5 years and 3 weeks vacation, it doesn't go up from there. All the other companies I worked at offered 4 weeks at 10 years, but not Empire.
There weren't any benefits--zero nuthin' nada!
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