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Territory Sales Representative

Barrette Outdoor Living Denver, CO +2 locations

Barrette Outdoor Living is looking for a high energy Territory Sales Representative who is responsible for sales growth and increasing market share… Percipio Media

30+ days ago

Marketing Associate

Barrette Outdoor Living Middleburg, OH

• Assist and support the development, coordination and execution of ActiveYards, Canada & Xpanse marketing initiatives. • Write and publish pertinent… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Graphic Designer

Barrette Outdoor Living Middleburg, OH

• Concept, produce and design packaging, catalogs, brochures, planograms, literature, signage, etc. • Manage projects from concept to completion… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Accounting Manager

Barrette Outdoor Living Middleburg, OH

• Review and coordinate month end close activities and preparation of the reporting package, ensure completeness, accuracy and timeliness. • Rolling… Glassdoor

Barrette Outdoor Living Reviews

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bulls Gap, TN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bulls Gap, TN

    I worked at Barrette Outdoor Living part-time (more than 3 years)


    I enjoyed most of the team I worked with and all of the one I managed. Good days were incredible fun. I was allowed to express myself without fear. I was well compensated and recognized for a job well done. The owner, Yves Barrette, was incredibly intense and creative and a pleasure to be around.


    My manager was a micro-manager. He couldn't understand the technical side of my function so focused on the personnel side. Ultimately,since I did not appreciate the interference, this led to my departure.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Drop the emphasis on the pop-pychology. It's a waste of time and money. Recognize the value that every employee creates, not just the management team. Spread the wealth around a little. Learn to forgive mistakes. Focus on quality - the stuff you make is crap and you are one worthy comeptitor away from losing the 2 customers that provide most of your revenue.

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