Employee Review

  1. 1.0
    Former Employee

    What a Scam! Don't fall for it!

    Jul 9, 2017 -  
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Good if you've never had a job before (i.e. student), don't know if it will be a good resume builder because of their bad reputation

    Cons

    You interview for a specific position and they accept you to be a brand ambassador and then it works like a point system to gradually become your "own boss and business." It's a level by level process and they will make you stay brand ambassador doing in-store promotions at $10 an hour for as long as they like (6 months +). I do in-store promotions all the time and make 35 an hour, but yet they still wanted me to start from the bottom. This is a scam. Don't waste your time.

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Other Employee Reviews

  1. 5.0
    Former Employee

    Best job, best people, best experience

    Dec 18, 2017 - Anonymous Employee 
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    Such a positive work environment! The team is really built around making sure you succeed. Personal and professional development is really high on the list of priorities and this job will make you a better person overall.

    Cons

    It is not for the faint of heart. You will be surrounded by people devoted to making themselves better everyday, and as they say you are whom you hang out with. If you have no interest in finding your highest potential then this opportunity really isn’t for you.

    4 people found this review helpful
  2. 1.0
    Former Employee, less than 1 year

    AVOID IF ALL POSSIBLE

    Feb 14, 2021 - Marketing Associate in Orlando, FL
    Recommend
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook

    Pros

    It was a job regardless of how short it was. If you are college graduate who majored in theater, marketing, or business and are very good at sales, then this may be the ideal job for you. If now, AVOID AT ALL COST.

    Cons

    You will be expected to work between 40 to 50 hours with 8 hours of class every week meaning that you you will spend a total of 12 hours a day at this job. You will be up at 5:00A.M. in the morning to get read to go to work and beat the Orlando traffic to make it at the home office for your mandatory 8:00A.M. business class in professional business dress attire but will be expected to meet with your colleagues by 7:00A.M. coffee at Starbucks for coffee. You must be at your sales site between 10:00A.M. and check in to listen to your online sales business meeting either by the time you reach your destination that could be up to an hour away or sign on once you reach your destination. You also have to set up your display table, make sure you have everything you need, do your call in, take photos, and run around running sales like a maniac, all while wearing business clothes at which if you need to change, you must do so either in your car or a public bathroom. You are expected to work all the way to 8:00P.M. or later all while NEVER GETTING TO TAKE A LUNCH BREAK. The company will tell you that you will get 4x 15 minute breaks which are all a lie because they want you to push sales a hard as you can. Once you are burnt out and have not more in you at the end of the day, you pretty much eat dinner and go straight to bed as you have no energy left only to get up 6 hours later to do it all over again. Also, you get 1 to NO days off per week. You are also doing this for ONLY $10.00 per hour though the promise you over time of ANY work done after an 8 hour shift or after working 40 hours a week but this company will NEVER pay you overtime. As for the classes, they are meant to give you false hope only to keep you making sales until you cannot take the job any more in which you are let go or quit and a much fresh young college graduate with lots of energy takes your place until the same happens to them. You have been warned.

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