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Manager, Sales Training (Sales Academy)

Arrow Electronics Bloomington, MN

curriculum designed to prepare the (TAMs) for field sales positions that… Glassdoor


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OCS Inside Account Rep

Arrow Electronics Englewood, CO

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Account Development Representative

Arrow Electronics Chicago, IL +6 locations

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Account Development Rep 1

Arrow Electronics Mississauga

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Arrow Electronics President, CEO, and Director Mike Long
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    Reliable paycheck vs. your stamina for no leadership.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Reno, NV
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Reno, NV

    I have been working at Arrow Electronics full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Reliable paycheck until commitments start faltering and the layoffs begin.
    The intent of keeping as much out of the landfills as possible is a noble tenet.

    Cons

    Living wage not found here. Hiring from within without decent pay increases. People in positions of authority that have no business being there. Mandatory extra hours, everyday? Mandatory weekends, every weekend? Are we slaves? Arrow is the most hostile work environment, I have experienced, from the management, to the upset employees, to the stupendous lack of teamwork, to the HR that disregards every real problem, to the upper location management that are more disconnected from the environment than their upper management. It's nifty that MBAs know the breaking point of the number of individuals it takes to complete a certain task before redundancy. But, with Arrow, it's the same problem seen with most degree professionals of Biz Admin (MBA) I have known - No Leadership! Join the military and stay in until at least E-6 or O-4 and you will know what leadership is all about (set the example for yourself, first and everyday -woops, gave away the secret). Or, better yet, hire those ex-military upper leaders to lead your people to profits. $7.5 million take home for Mike Long in 2012 with only a Bachelor's degree from U. of Wisconsin? No pay increases seen for the employees. New reverse logistics software has a negative effect on clients - get it fixed asap.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The best leader is the best follower. Don't know what I mean? You cannot manage people: stop trying. You have to >LEAD< people. Learn some leadership and start applying it. Or, hire the proven or even potentially good managers / leaders and you will see everything change for the positive; stop promoting people with huge attitudes to positions of authority and that have no training. Review your current managers, from the top down and you will understand (know thyself).

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