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Former Employee – worked at Sales Partnerships full-time for less than a year
Pros – It was very flexable laid back got to be your own boss. Made your own scedule like what time to start your day and what time to end your day
Cons – Greedy upper management didnt care about employees. They were really quick to get rid of you if you didnt meet sales quota one month evenn when you had a big month the month before.
Advice to Senior Management – Care more about employees
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-10-22 18:59 PDT
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Current Employee – been working at Sales Partnerships
Pros – There's lots of flexibility and most employees are great people and environment for most part is friendly.
Ability to learn from selling different types of products/services from different campaigns/contracts.
Very little micro-managing.
Very open atmosphere.
Cons – Few employees, although allegedly been in existence for over 13 years, can lend to very little energy on 'sales floor'.
'Campaigns' don't experience longevity due to mismangement and unscrupulous hires.
Anxiety and apprehension whether one will have job from day to day.
Management is unprofessional at best.
Very little communication tends to create animosity and anxiety among employees creating rumor speading and gossip.
Few benefits yet much stress.
Below average pay gets below average employees that has promoted a low integrity mileu.
Advice to Senior Management – Keep better eye on who is 'managing' programs as several program contracts were lost entirely due to managements inapproprate and unprofessional behaviors and language. Hiring practices should be improved and modified to allow those who've proven themselves to be granted increased revenue/salaries. Perhaps moving forward away from older ways of thinking and listening to others that are more in touch with change and modification. Maybe reading "Switch" by the Heath bros. would enlighten someone there. Allowing some feedback from the overachieving and underpaid few leaders could effect some transformative change in the spi work environment leading to a successful program and company.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2011-01-25 16:21 PST
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