President's Choice Financial is a good company for the right employee.
Financial Service Representative (Ancien employé) – Saskatoon, SK – 25 juillet 2016
You take your provided-tablet to the grocery store and walk around the store asking people if they are interested in signing up for the store credit card scheme. I learned I have "the type of face that looks angry" when at rest and approaching customers seemed to frighten them away. Management was non-existent. I worked in the Saskatoon location but my manager was based out of Regina. He would never be around to do actual training. Each week I was scheduled for the entire week, then I would get a phone call or text telling me to not bother coming in for my shifts so I was only working one day per week which was not really worth my time. There are no co-workers, and we are employed by contract by the parent company of the supermarket and therefore are not part of the store's team at all. It was a fine arrangement which caused no problems. The hardest part of the job is being on your feet all day and dealing with rejection when shoppers don't want to sign up for the credit card. They are in the store to shop for food, not sign up for stuff. The enjoyable part was working by myself and the store is a nice place to spend your time. This is a legitimate job (you apply online and get trained online and get shipped your equipment in the mail, it seemed suspicious to me at first but it is legitimate) for the right type of person. My demeanor frightened people away, others may have better luck.
Working by yourself
Shoppers are afraid of salesmen trying to sell them a credit card.
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Terrible Management and company policy
CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST (Ancien employé) – Ontario – 25 juillet 2019
-Management is rude; -Work conditions are terrible (work stand for the whole shift); -Work from 11am to 7pm without enough support from team leaders; -Abusive treatment by Regional leader, yelling on employees by the phone; -When they ask you to cover someone and you need to use Uber, they don't pay for your expenses; -Employes allocation are chosen by Regional Leader preferences instead of the employee residence location (Regional leader take decisions based on "preferences" and emotional state) low emotional intelligence; -Team leader lies while promising rate raises, but it will never happen...
Low rate due to the job conditions (should be minimum 20!)