I was wondering if there was a benefit to signing up for scheduling companies like KSS. I am currently with this particular company, but all the shops listed I was already signed up for the individual companies. I have always just registered for the shops through the individual companies and not the scheduling company.
So, I am just trying to figure out if there is a benefit to working with them?
I only use job boards if I need to fill in my day and even then I know it's a crap shoot. Also, if I use the board to find the job I will usually sign with the company itself (if it's an option) that will show me faster if the job is really available or not.
They include more notifications about jobs and cultivating a working relationship with someone who has the power to get you shops. Additionally, currently certain schedulers at Kern and CTCSS are making efforts to reach out to shoppers in this forum.
Happily shopping Rhode Island and nearby Massachusetts and Connecticut
> Sure there are benefits.
> They include more notifications about jobs and
> cultivating a working relationship with someone
> who has the power to get you shops. Additionally,
> currently certain schedulers at Kern and CTCSS are
> making efforts to reach out to shoppers in this
Yes. I recently received a message about some local shops
for companies I was not signed up with. So I happily signed
up with those MSCs and was delighted to find a couple
companies that offer shops in my area. I live in a rural
area with a dearth of shoppers, so it's a way to increase
Unfortunately, I could not do any of the shops, as we are