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22 days ago

Part Time Sales Merchandiser

ANDERSON MERCHANDISERS Arbutus, MD +3 locations

Anderson Merchandisers is far beyond just a place to work. It's a place to succeed and grow. We are a family company in more than just name. We… ANDERSON MERCHANDISERS


6 days ago

Sales Merchandiser

Anderson Merchandisers Dundalk, MD +3 locations

, include but are not limited to the following: Collaboration: • Communicate with store management and maintain excellent rapport with store… Snagajob


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    Right hand doesn't know what the left is doing…and it all falls on the sales field to get it done.

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    Current Employee - Territory Sales Lead
    Current Employee - Territory Sales Lead

    I have been working at Anderson Merchandisers full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Working independently is the best part of the job, no one is physically breathing down your neck. The pay is probably better than I would find elsewhere just starting out. Having several stores allows you to meet & work with lots of different people. I love getting the free movies sent to my house…"Fox" is extremely generous with movies & t-shirts!

    Cons

    Complete lack of coordination & communication coming from home office down to the sales field. We are left to try & figure out what really needs to be done. The amount of projects handed down is completely unrealistic. It is humanly impossible to complete what they want done in the time given. I don't understand how the clients are happy with the results. The sales team has to figure out a way to tackle the "important" projects and either lie or answer unable to complete for the rest. And come Monday conference calls we hear about how we are falling below the expectations. Very disheartening and typical of "stuff" rolling downhill. If home office was better prepared and kept us properly informed there would be less disappointments. The amount of mistakes that come with the direction is embarrassing. I think home office also gets greedy with the new clients/projects and does not think about how it"s going to work out with the projects already scheduled. While this is not the worst job in the world, be wary when reading the overly positive reviews on this site, I guarantee they come from upper management who are told to write them!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Any advice I give to management would be ignored as I am just a lowly peon. All they have to do is read these comments and use some common sense if they want to make positive changes in the company and have a happier work force. ( I am giving a positive rating to business outlook & friend recommendation as it does seem like they will continue to move forward, so the jobs will be there, it just depends on the person as to how much of the stress they want to take on!

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