I'm curious if that means I'm just not up on how the game is played, and shoppers know they are supposed to pretend to remember everything perfectly and the companies go along with it in wink, wink fashion, or is Sentry an out-and-out scam that creates impossible requirements so they can get the reports for free for their clients and not have to pay for them.
I'm curious if that means I'm just not up on how the game is played, and shoppers know they are supposed to pretend to remember everything perfectly...
I'll take the PO any day!@iShop123 wrote:
@CRG, I would just write it without the "probably" in the future. If you wrote that an interaction was at 8:51 and the videotape shows it at 8:53, doubtful that's going to raise a red flag. As for Sentry, I think they've gotten better in the last year or so. Before that, Dave had some problems with what I'd call defensiveness. The pay is better elsewhere, but it's not as bad as, say, Intellishop. For that many observations, you might as well do a high end dining shop for Coyle. Which is better? A dinner shop whose report takes 4 hrs to finish and pays you $50 or 4 postal shops that take 10 mins each and pay the same?