Lifestyle Consultant (Ancien employé) – Burlington, ON – 20 janvier 2018
You will get paid a steady salary and get lots of free coffee and food. Those are the only pros. Decent pay is dependant on unattainable bonuses, shifts are horrible (they are fine is you dont have friends, kids, family and dont value your health), lack of good management or direction, spoiled clients who ask either impossible things or things they could do themselves (and complain endlessly) are just some of the cons. Work here as you search for a better job- not necessarily a higher paying job but one with much less stress and one that wont leave you empty after each shift.
Quick paced environment, with unrealistic expectations of employees. don't get on managements bad side or your career will be short lived. However, on the other hand if you rub elbows with the right people you could be promoted to a position that doesn't even exist yet!
The hardest part of the job is accepting that even if you are good at your job, customer feedback dictates your compensation and success. No incentive to be a hard working employee.
Working here was quite the experience. It is fast-paced, so learning the role is essential in training so you don't fall behind. Ask questions if you need help, don't be afraid as it is a team effort to succeed.