I've had a great time due to how positive the environment was. The drag was having to pay for Lyft just to get there.
What I like
When I was first interviewed by my manager, he did a slideshow presentation about how the company works and I was like, what the (expletive), but I learned a lot. Another coworker was present. She was also nice. Once I got accustomed to this business, my supervisor and her husband (RVP) made sure to show me the ropes the best they could and helped me pass my test with flying colors, and I got recognition for it as well as subsequently obtaining my license. The class I took to get my license consisted of kind people who made the pre-licensing process worthwhile, especially the teacher. My trainer helped me out on appointments and I was even able to close one.As for the opportunity nights and training, we had speakers who were so passionate about what they do and we even had parties which was a lot of fun. Everyone was inclusive and the teams had no animosity. It was peace and harmony.
What I dislike
I have no disapproval for the most part. The only complaints I have are that should be more people within the workplace willing to help out those that are not licensed drivers in case the other is not available to do so and that food should be served more often at opp nights and training as during those times as since they tend to end late at night, the majority of people get too hungry to the point of migraines, like I did.
Suggestions for improvement
I suggest serving food at every opp night and training so as to keep our stomachs full and not cause a distraction.
The people I worked with are the most nicest people I've ever met and they helped me whenever they could.
They make sure you get things done.
When I had to leave recently, my team was very understandable, especially my supervisor.
A four because I've had trouble getting a ride, but my manager and a fellow coworker from another team took me home.
Freedom to work independently
They made sure you eventually do things on your own.
I've seen women be treated very respectfully and they have zero tolerance for sexual harrassment.
Since this is commision based, I haven't been paid because I don't do appointments often and close. It's only stable if you put in the work.
It's a mentally tough business, so you have to learn to deal with getting the door slammed in your face and when you failed to recruit someone.