234 employees reported this benefit
No pro neither con - the employees can plan their routes to minimize time behind the wheel (in most cases).
the hours are flexible, but too many candidates applied in the same office so that you will get less chances which result less money
Set your own availability. For the most part, no pressure to add hours beyond that. Some tax preparers work an insane number of hours during the season, but that is normally by choice.
too much flexibility allows for the possibility of providing enough coverage to ensure wait times are minimal for clients
We were able to set our own hours before we started working. During our employment we could request our manager to make any chances needed.
You can make your own hours to work. It's a great place for a side job.
Flexible work. May not be given as many hours as you would like.
The best part is that you can work as little as 5 hours and as much as overtime when is peak time.
You can basically set your own schedule, but during peak season there is a lot of demand for hours.
Work hours during the fast busy season is very good times. The rest of the year is slow, due to helping client answer their IRS letters.