I had a team lead interview me for a contract once say bluntly, “you don’t want to work here; it’s horrible”. Top Costco I Don’t Stop When I’m Tired I Stop When I’m Done Shirt. He was right and still undersold the experience somehow. Hiring lots of people in the same position, everyone who calls gets a job. Oh, and I sold a grand total of 3 vacuums. I actually have 5 sales, but I quit on a Friday and by Monday they claimed my last two sales were canceled and I now owed them something like $150 for “accessories”. I convinced them to zero out my entire account and just close it.
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Worked a job doing door to door solar power sales. A similar thing happened to me. Top Costco I Don’t Stop When I’m Tired I Stop When I’m Done Shirt. I got a new team leader and he said no bag and I can’t take my jumper because it looked unprofessional. This was close to winter with rain most days. I left pretty much the next day. I had this once. Turned out it was commission only, door to door vacuum sales. I did that for a month. My breaking point was when I was told I couldn’t carry any water with me in what is essentially desert climate in the middle of summer.
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Was told to request a glass of water from random strangers. Top Costco I Don’t Stop When I’m Tired I Stop When I’m Done Shirt. Often means the job is either bullshit or they’re setting you all up to compete for the actual job. I turned down a second interview for a position in which the interviewer said something to the effect of “If your boss Emails you on a Friday night, you don’t have to respond, but you know how that looks….”Places who always say they’re hiring and always taking applications but you never actually see anyone new being trained or anything. It means people are quitting CONSTANTLY and management isn’t hiring new people, so they are critically understaffed on top of poorly managed.