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4 days ago

Business Systems Analyst

Nautilus, Inc. Vancouver, WA

The Business Systems Analyst (BSA) analyzes and evaluates business processes and systems and user needs. Based on whatrsquos learned, the BSA… Dice


2 days ago

Sr. Financial Analyst – new

Nautilus, Inc. Vancouver, WA

This position will serve as a key member of the management team of the $130+ million Direct to Consumer business. While working closely with the… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Jr. Financial Analyst

Nautilus, Inc. Vancouver, WA

include, but are not limited to, budgeting and forecasting, expense analysis… Glassdoor


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    Great commission, but a very hostile environment to work in.

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    Former Employee - Sales Professional in Vancouver, WA
    Former Employee - Sales Professional in Vancouver, WA

    I worked at Nautilus full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Some of the best commission I ever made was working at Nautilus as a Sales Professional. They did not micro manage you and you can build up your own good customer loyalty. I believed in the products and really liked helping customers with their fitness needs. Great benefits.

    Cons

    The company values were very disappointing. They had no loyalty for seniority and did not care how many years you worked for the company as far as status goes. They treated every employee (in the sales department) as though they could easily be replaced. Poor leadership is what made me leave in the long run, even though I thoroughly enjoyed my job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My advice to management is: If you want to break away from creating a "hostile environment" (in the sales floor), you need to stop routing calls to your favorite employees. The hostility will not stop until everyone has a fair chance on the sales floor. For those few employees who are not skilled in sales, place them on Performance Plans and move on. Simple as that! This is coming from someone who was one of your Top performers and number 1 in sales for many years. Had all the sales calls been routed fairly, I would not have had to voice my discontentment and things might have turned out differently for me and many of your other Top performers whom expressed the same concerns and ultimately left the company. Listen and learn from this that is if you care anything about the future of your company.

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