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20 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Birmingham, AL

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25 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Youngstown, OH

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


17 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Portland, OR

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


22 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Morgantown, WV

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


2 days ago

Sales Representative – new

UniFirst Truckee, CA

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


8 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Richmond Hill, GA

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


18 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Chattanooga, TN

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


9 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Tampa, FL

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


10 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Haltom City, TX

UniFirst offers significant opportunities for personal and professional growth to its sales representatives. We are a company dedicated to customer… UniFirst


8 days ago

Sales Representative

UniFirst Charlotte, NC

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    Only if you are desperate. Really desperate.

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    Current Employee - Route Sales Representative  in  Pontiac, MI
    Current Employee - Route Sales Representative in Pontiac, MI

    I have been working at UniFirst full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Not many to speak of. If I had to say anything positive it is that I could be my own boss, which is good since you'll be in the cold if you wait on management.

    Cons

    The uniform industry is seriously corrupt and should be regulated. I am convinced that the majority of profit is from bogus service fees and price increases - Unifirst employs mostly former (and likely current) criminals that are desperate as well as immigrants that can't speak a lick of English. This includes all the drivers, office staff and production workers. Having a degree whilst working for Unifirst was torture as I attempted to understand the drivel coming from low IQ zombie workers. Unifirst doesn't know yet that we live in the 21st century and a bulk of any process is driven via paper systems. I repeat: this "green" company goes through reams of paper daily and writing orders is excruciating. They play games with your sales and commissions as well. One week you can't sell certain accounts and the next week you can. I was told that I go after too big of sales and they call this "elephant hunting" - I think they were nervous that if I did sell a big account they wouldn't have the resources to service and get sued by a customer that has the resources to win as opposed to screwing small business owners. Just stay away - stay on unemployment or look for a different job unless you have an IQ lower than 90 and love outdated stuck in the 80's workplace environments.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please pick up a book or learn to do something that requires intelligence and then apply what you've learned in the workplace instead of being a corporate cronie and drinking the koolaid. Lazy dullards.

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