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- "Took time to interview and go through training only to be told there's no work available." (in 3 reviews)
- "I witnessed a manager not allowing an agent to reboot the computer and observed another manager allowing another agent to reboot the computer during a training call." (in 2 reviews)
- Current Contractor, less than 1 year★★★★★Nov 8, 2018 - Outreach CoordinatorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
You make your own schedule in hour blocks, they ask for 2 or more hours at a time, which makes sense because its telephone work, it takes a bit to get into your groove. They have weekend work. Its not sales, your telling people about political topics and seeing if they support it. If you work 20 or more hours you get $2.00 dollars and they offer other bonuses.
It is contract work so it is not steady. There are down times between projects offerings, but they do seem to have stuff always coming in.Continue reading
- Former Contractor, more than 3 years★★★★★Dec 3, 2020 - WriterRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
flexible hours to meet my schedule
unpredictable income and project assignment
- Former Contractor, less than 1 year★★★★★Jul 23, 2020 - Work From Home AgentRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
It's work from home so that's the only pro. Sorry I have nothing else good to say based on my experience.
They micro manage you to death and listen in on every call waiting to critique you. They expect you to not make any mistakes even if you are new and get every lead even if the person says they are not interested you have to be pushy. They mistreated me and belittled me in a way that sounds like they are being "professional" they want you to be flexible to management's mistakes and system flaws but will mistreat you if you make mistakes even if they are out of your control. The managers are very rude and one sided they are fake nice and very cliquey. Only they can make mistakes. A waste of time unless you are desperate for money.Continue reading
- Current Contractor★★★★★Apr 21, 2016 - Anonymous ContractorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
1. A chance to learn about interesting political issues 2. Pay is not bad compared to other work at home jobs 3. The fact that shifts are FLEXIBLE so you can adjust your schedule when things happen 4. They pay EVERY WEEK on time with direct deposit. 5. The job is really simple and is great for Part Time Work
There is constant change on campaigns so you have to be ready for anything. Some programs last a few days and some a few weeks. In the beginning you usually start with an easy campaign then progress to more as they need you. Also metrics are a little unrealistic and don't take into account hangups which are frequent,no answers, answering machines, and other barriers that don't tell the whole story. Finally work is not steady so there will be times where projects allow for lots of hours and times where it won't so you can't use this a main source of income.Continue reading
- Current Contractor, more than 1 year★★★★★Jun 21, 2017 - Outreach Specialist in Montauk Beach, NYRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Work from home, make your own schedule, paid once a week and on time, the team leads are open to feedback and an opportunity to challenge yourself and meet new people. I have learned about a lot of new legislation before it's made into law and had some really enlightening conversations with advocates as well. Some campaigns offer bonuses, which means you can make more than $15 an hour. You have to have fun with this job and the people to be successful.
It can become tedious going through the motions, but with anything it is what you make of it. There can be down time with no work, but for the most part if you do a good job they will work you as much as possible.Continue reading
- Current Contractor★★★★★Jan 10, 2016 - Anonymous ContractorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Very interesting topics, if you are a policy wonk. You will be a fly on the wall who hears what people across the country think about current issues. Pays on time.
Do I still work here? Does the company still exist? I'm not really sure! I worked on a few different projects for them. As others have noted, projects may end with very little warning -- this is because they depend on flaky legislatures (both state and fed). But, when will a new project begin? I have no idea. I think it's been 2 years since I last did work for them. Every so often I email to see what's up, and they respond with "no work at this time." Hmm.. So, not too consistent.Continue reading
- Former Freelancer, more than 1 year★★★★★Mar 29, 2018 - Grassroots Outreach WriterRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I signed up to be a transcriber/grassroots outreach writer during my last year of college to make a little extra money for bills, groceries, textbooks, social life, etc. The money was decent and I was always paid on time. It was interesting to listen in to people's opinions about various political issues, whether I agreed with them or not. As a journalism student, this job also helped me refine my transcribing and writing skills. I was also able to choose my own hours and work on my own time from home or while visiting family.
The work could be tedious at times. The major con was that I was told via email that the campaign I was working on was over and that I wouldn't have any work until further notice. So that was that. I checked in via email a few years later and asked if there were any open projects or campaigns, and I was told NextWave stopped contracting people in my state! Some kind of notice or heads up about that would have been appreciated. If you're looking for steady work, this isn't going to cut it.Continue reading
- Current Contractor, more than 3 years★★★★★Feb 24, 2015 - IndependentGrassroots Interviewing TeamRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Very professional. Ease and flexibility of choosing work schedules are very rewarding -- make timely schedule changes without penalty is a plus. Autonomous environment. Great salary for a WAH. Interesting campaign topics.
Sour-of-the moment notices of ending campaign projects is a demotivating factor. Performance and process gaps exist. Held accountable for uncontrollable performance tasks, i.e. hangups, answering machines, wrong numbers added to performance metrics. Not making best use of dialer application which offers effective programming steps for filtering target calls to enhance performance.Continue reading
- Current Freelancer★★★★★Nov 6, 2017 - WriterRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They pay a great rate for this type of work! As a writer on the GO team, you are helping people to participate in the political and governmental process, which is wonderful. After the interview and training, all communication is conducted via email.
This job is project-based, so while the hourly rate is good, there may be very few chances to actually pick up shifts. For example, it was nearly 2 months before any work was available after I was hired and it has been almost a month since that project ended. This is definitely not a job that you are going to be able to support yourself and your family with.Continue reading
Thank you for the feedback! You are correct this type of contract work is not geared towards being a primary source of income. Could you please share which manuals you would like to see updated? We would like to review them and see what changes can be made in light of your comment. Thanks!
- Former Employee★★★★★Apr 1, 2016 - WriterRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They pay weekly and on time, which is really nice.
No notice from them for months then it is 'hurry up we have to get thousands of letters done within a week.' Campaigns end with zero notice. They let go of people on a whim...so they are constantly hiring and training new people. For writers they hire editors who don't even understand the campaign so writers who have been there for a long time get slammed for issues that they have correct but that the editor has wrong. I assume I am no longer working there. I was never told...just not called back after working there for a year...even though all of my feedback was stellar...and my letter writing times were well under the expectation. Good and fast writer yet not called back?? Since they are still hiring, I assume there is still work to be had. All in all, a very frustrating experience.Continue reading
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