I honestly can't think of anything bad.
There was no benefits at Vector Marketing. Everyone was an independent contractor selling their products. You did receive everything you needed for consumer presentations for free.
You make your own schedule which is nice although my manager pressures me to have my day 100% filled up. There are lots of competitions to meet new people and to win cool Cutco prizes. Those are the only benefits I've come across so far.
we go on trips like skydiving, we go to company parties on yachts, flexible hours , great pay
You can get higher commission rates every couple $1000 you sell.
There are NO benefits as an entry level independent sales/marketing representative. However, there is guaranteed base pay + incentives. They also only promote from within. Hard work and good work ethics goes a long way as top sales representatives get promoted based on numbers not on favorites.
The best company perks are the easy intercompany growth, and the nice pay.
If you sold enough product you got free product.
The benefits are more for students than for married career people. For students it's mostly about scholarships, flexible schedule, fun, incentive trips and conferences, college internships (my friend got 8 units of credit at Chapman University between Jan and May) and experience.
You get to schedule your own time to make appointments. Payment is good when you make a constant sell.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.