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30+ days ago

Receptionist/Office Manager

Artsmarketing Services Toronto

To thrive in this role, you'll need to love variety, work independently, communicate well and be super organized. We are looking for a motivated… Artsmarketing Services


30+ days ago

Business Development Manager for the Arts

Artsmarketing Services Toronto

Responsible for carrying out all company goals and objectives, established by the VP of Sales and Marketing as it relates to this position. The Sales… Artsmarketing Services


30+ days ago

New Business Development Manager

Artsmarketing Toronto

Our firm is currently seeking talented sales professionals to join our marketing team. Reporting to the Vice President of Marketing and Sales, the… Glassdoor


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    When all other job options fail.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I have been working at Artsmarketing part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Requires basic skills to work here. In a nutshell you need to speak English, be able to memorize basic points out of a script and regurgitate them. Requires little brain power and for you to dial quickly, like a zombie. You have to have reading skills and be able to communicate effectively.

    Cons

    Pay scale is ridiculous, you have to generate an obnoxious amount of funds in order to make slightly above minimum wage. You will get bounced around from campaign to campaign (assuming you are not fired within the first week.) Any form of membership commission sales are rarely explained to you in terms of what the bonus actually is, so your pay check is always disappointing. Forget about trying fundraising either, because there's no commission. There are ridiculous expectations in terms of dollars per hour.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Enough with the office politics. Stop trying to get into your staffs personal life and displaying conspicuous amounts of favouritism in terms of where the leads go. It is not appropriate to bully your staff- ever. Remember, your staff are SALES REPS not CUSTOMER SERVICE REPS, we deal with phenomenal amounts of abuse on the phone from patrons every day. Therefore, you are not entitled as a micro-manager, to throw fits like a toddler, or be a tyrant. Remember we don't make more then minimum wage, unless we've worked with you guys for twenty years +, we are better off at Starbucks and would have had benefits in 6 months time.

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