This company deals with "half truths." Upon hiring, you are promised a seemingly incredible income, with all types of advancement opportunities.
Strictly for the birds.
As a salesperson, you are riding around in a van with your "team" (so you can be monitored). You are dropped off in a certain neighborhood and go door-to-door.
Keep in mind, you're out in all kinds of weather (heat wave, rain) having doors slammed in your face.
Secure Watch is continually hiring new employees (their usual lifespan is that of a fruit fly) because they impose numerous false deductions on your commissions.
And make no mistake about it; this is a straight commission gig.
Packages are sold on a "point system". The consumer is allowed so many points for their security package, with 8 allowable points (each door contact is 1 point, glass breaks or motion detectors are 2 points each…)
If the 8 points is exceeded, the salesperson's commission eats it.
Even if your paperwork is perfect, there are no point overages, they see fit to chip away at your paycheck, citing false point overages.
Conveniently enough, salespeople can't keep copies of contracts to contest these
Frequent erroneous deductions, and pay discrepancies - which gives the company free reign to literally steal from their employees – and they do with impunity.
There's no one to complain to, as management is constantly changing and shifting
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