I worked for this company for two years and it was absolutely the worst job I've ever had. There is no work/life balance and bringing this up is a good way to get blacklisted for advancement. Advancement is done by jockeying for favor, not by actual evaluation, so if you work hard you won't really be noticed because you didn't take time to curry favor.
Every benefit has a major downside that you won't find out until you're there. One dollar insurance? Only for you. Paycom doesn't cover spouse or dependents (and they're very expensive to cover). Catered lunches? They're awful but often you're stuck eating them because you're so far from anywhere at the corporate office and you're working short lunches anyway. The vacation is terrible but you'll be looked down on for taking it anyway so it doesn't matter.
Management, especially team leads, are poorly trained and not fit for leadership. They push the glad-handing, favor currying culture that got them promoted so it's pointless to look to them for help.
Overall, it's an incredibly toxic place to work. Leaving was the best thing for my career and personal life. Don't go there. It's not worth it.
Don't fire people by texting them. Don't fire people the day they close a sale. Treat your employees with more respect and you may have a more productive, profitable office.
Fire all of management - they suck. It's run like a fly-by-night scam. They lie to you and want you to lie to your customers. It's anything it takes to make a sale, even if you have to sleep with customers - they don't give a damn. There's no limit to how low they will go. This tells you something about the company, its management team, and their product.