The job itself wasn't bad. I enjoyed meeting the customers and had fun interacting with them. The issue was, you had to enter your time on your phone. The second day there, I tried, but unfortunately had issues with my phone (I had to get a new one). I explained this, but never got paid for working the second day. I called and never got a response. The company continued to send emails to come work for them, and I would respond that I had never been paid for a day I worked, so wasn't interested. Again, another email was sent asking me to work for them.
No raises ever. Few hours. Allow accommodation for disability only due to law suits brought against them but they continue to discriminate by then saying you can only sit while none is at your event table. That would make you unable to sit majority or the time. And it is completely unacceptable and unnecessary to attend to perform every function of this position while at your event demo table. I have proven this time and again with most successful events, and not customers ever sat a world in compliant.
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