Mission: BUS RESERVATIONS MADE EASY!
I have been working at Shofur full-time (Less than a year)
1. pay.. as a sales guy you make good money
2. Guys you work with are great and helpful and try to have a good time at the office
3. Recently we started doing beers in the office on fridays
4. You get $15 allowance for lunch everyday
1. Schedule: long hours, its busy and the phones are always ringing so you gotta be ready to go the entire time
Advice to Management
1. Increase in company events; more theme parties at the office
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Shofur (Atlanta, GA).
It was through a recruiter and simple, no phone call but a face to face to start. From the get go it was weird...the office wasn’t decorated and they had boxes and post it notes everywhere. I was told to wait in a conference room and the interview started 10 minutes late. The interviewer (President I think) was dry, and short, and didn’t give and take with anything. He asked me to do a quick math problem involving busses and money then we finished and I never heard back. It felt like interviewing for a job within an organized crime org and you immediately felt judged the second you walked in. Everyone who left the office to go to the bathroom I assume, which was outside the office doors, all looked over and sent a cracked smile my way. It was the weirdest interview I’ve ever been on.
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