Dear former employee,
Thank you for your feedback and please allow for a review; each team member, after having received appropriate training is provided with a detailed performance review sent bi-weekly, with the information in this review, more specific training is provided, you would agree that after an accumulation of reviews that don't meet target nor do they improve as a result of the training provided Management does well in recommending that you might have a set of skills that are a better match elsewhere.
Our fundraising and canvassing models are designed following specific formulas and allow us to benchmark performance year-over-year, so far it works well, we are sorry to hear you couldn´t make it work for you. We pride ourselves in our innovative approach and the training we provide to each one of our team members, your success is our success and more importantly, our client's success and the entire community they serve.
As a member of management with F2F Direct Consulting, I would like to add some context to the main "con" past employees have mentioned. Many people are looking for a standard 9-5 working day, and this would not be the right job for those people year-round. However, we have team members who have stayed with us for years because the typical working hours of this sort of campaign is ideal for them. If you have school or other employment during the day, or your spouse works mornings so you need to stagger childcare, or you simply like the idea of working less than 40 hours per week for personal reasons, this job might be ideal for you. In this sense, it is not at all equivalent of minimum wage; F2F Direct pays significantly more than minimum wage, and compensation does not involve commission in any way. The question is, how many hours are you looking to work, and at what times throughout the week?