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The company is franchise based now, so each franchisee sets their own standards. This franchise has been fair with their scheduling flexibility and pay for the position I hold, which is service/inventory manager. The products simply are the best. They perform as advertised, and in today's market, that is quite a plus.
Because each franchise sets their own goals and standards, as long as they do niot directly conflict with corporate directives, there is a lack of continuity in pricing. I am also often concerned about the extreme secrecy. (eg, I, as a service manager basically running the retail outlet, am not allowed to have access to the email password, which can be a problem for things like computer crashes or checking email after hours for customer responses for service.) My only other concern is, while the products are top quality, they come at a hefty price. And because the company sales model has always been the outside sales force, prices even within a single store can flucuate dramatically. When a sales rep drops a price, sometimes significantly, just to close the deal, it really reflects poorly on the company. It makes it seem like we are flighty, and if I were the prospect, I would be suspicious of any price quoted after that.
Advice to Management
Be more open. I know there are proprietary things that not everyone needs to know, but pricing and simple things like email passwords probably shouldn't be included in that. Again, just my opinion.