Global Incorporated / Job Seekers Beware
Global Inc. (formerly known as ZMS Marketing and Associates) is a predator on the unemployed. Do not fall into this scam like so many young college grads often do. If you like to work 80+ hours a week, drive all over the state of North Carolina without being reimbursed at all for gas, being a whipping boy for all of the Big Dogs in the company, walking in the rain/sleet/snow/heat, going door to door, or walking around the different home depots in the state, then this JOB is for YOU!!! No matter where they place you, you will walk walk and then walk some more. Losing weight is the ONLY perk of the job. I bet you could think of an easier way to do this right?
They changed their company's name recently, probably to avoid being labeled as a "scam" or a "pyramid scheme." They will tell you that you can make a ton of money, and you might be able to, but you will have to bend over backwards and try to impress a 25 year old ego maniac with curly blonde hair. Yeah that's right... the owner is 25. I am not sure how this company even exists still. They wil make you drive out for an initial interview and wait in the waiting room for over an hour. You will have a five minute interview, and then get called back for a second round interview. During this second round interview, you will be asked to get into your car and drive to a store ( Best Buy, Sam's Club, Home Depot) or a local neighborhood where your trainer, who has probably never done an interview before or is qualified to be doing the interview in the first place, will ramble on about the history of the business, and you will be expected to remember everything that was said. Then you have to drive back to the office and take a quiz about what you just learned.
If you get hired, you will learn everything there is to learn about direct marketing which is going door to door in neighborhoods, or asking total strangers in the stores mentioned earlier about what they want to fix in their home. Every day will be the same, with a variety of location, and you get $50 per person that you sign up, that is if his person confirms the appointment. It doesn't seem very hard to sign someone up for a free appointment, but people change their minds about home improvement during a recession.
This is a fancy pyramid scheme is you ask me. You learn direct marketing, you apply it to your every day job, you get good at it, you teach someone else what you know, you teach more people what you know, and then they promote you. Eventually you will own your own business. That is the formula. If it sounds good to you, GOOD LUCK!!!