Flexible hours, no commute time.
Work from home, pick own hours, supportive management
Bonuses every week depending on performance
There are no benefits, you take care of everything on your own
There are no benefits since you are contract labor - no insurance - paid time off - 401K or anything else - also no over time pay
As a contractor there are no extra benefits or perks
As an independent contractor, there are no employee benefits, however that's traded for flexibility.
little benefits package. We are all hired as contractors, many times less than minimum wage
There are no benefits. You are contacting and a 1099 employee. This is as cheap as they come. Thank God for Obama Care.
Because I'm a contractor I get no health, sick leave, etc. benefits from NexRep but I do get the enormous benefit of being able to choose when, where and how long I work.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.