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Anderson Merchandisers CEO Charlie Anderson
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    Just not a good company.

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    Current Employee - Product Representative in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Product Representative in Washington, DC
    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at Anderson Merchandisers full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    You have freedom and flexibility throughout your day/week/month. You can set and alter your schedule without interference. You work alone and see your manager every few months if that's your thing. it's very easy to fly under the radar. Direct management is good but I'm sure they feel the same way.

    Cons

    1. Zero upward mobility - will quickly hit the glass ceiling There is no on the the job training. They don't promote from within and almost impossible to use this as a stepping stone to anything else as your only skill is working for amerch. 2. Terrible compensation. 3. Mileage reimbursement is terrible. 4. Perks (none) and benefits are terrible 5. Redundant. If your looking for variety this is not for you. You go to the same accounts and deal with the same issues month after month. Spend majority of my day just clocking in and out through 3-4 different mediums and then logging in and out of surveys. Do this at least 50 times a day compounded over a week/month/year. 6. There is no company culture. No collaboration or relationship between teams. Work with lots of unprofessional people. Lots of animosity and people are constantly undermining and working against you.

    Advice to Management

    You have a workforce of overqualified people performing jobs that anyone with a drivers license can do. You need to nurture, train and promote people that are talented and skilled. Give employees actual responsibility and pay them more.


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