The best company perks are the easy intercompany growth, and the nice pay.
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.
There is no Health benefits package. If the company would consider paying for health benefits at least for their full-time management staff they would have greater retention and much better performance from their staff. The District Manager position requires long hours, little sleep, often living from fast-food or what you can microwave, shaking the hands of up to 100 people a day and no time to recover from getting ill. If there were health insurance beneifts offered , I would say all of those things are worth what one would get from the position, if you can some how maintain yourself with out any health insurance
The best thing is that you got paid if you did or didn't make a sale, you were paid based purely on making an appointment. If you did make a sale, you would get a profit percentage which starts at 10 percent.
There was no employee benefits that I was made aware of. Most of the people working there were just part-timers.
interesting but it is trying to see
This is an independent contractor position. There are no benefits currently being offered at my level. I have been asked to apply for an Assistant Manager position which may or may not include benefits.
no health insurance or medical or vision or 401K. You'd have to buy on your own
I worked as a part time receptionist over the summer so I did not receive a benefits package. But, when they made me work all day Sunday they always ordered me free Jimmy Johns so that's a pretty great benefit am I right???