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20 days ago

HR Intern / Entry Level Recruiter - Rapid Advancement

Blue Inc. Schiller Park, IL

Blue Inc is a sales and marketing firm that came to Chicago in 2009. It has since grown to over 6 locations and has just recently acquired a new… CareerBuilder


28 days ago

Love Shoes?? - Entry Level Sales and Marketing (Full Time)

Blue Inc. Algonquin, IL

NAMED ONE OF THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST PLACES TO WORK FOR IN CHICAGO 2014! To apply, call Tina in our HR Department at (847) 397-9312 or submit your… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Love Sports? - Entry Level Sales and Marketing - Full Time

Blue Inc. Lincoln Park, IL

If so, then our industry is specifically for you. We are looking to develop the leadership skills of a person that we are looking to promote into a… CareerBuilder


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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Learned a few things but some of their busineiss pratices were not a good fit for me.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Account Representative
    Former Employee - Account Representative

    I worked at Blue (Illinois)

    Pros

    It was a very young and competitive environment. It was a fun environment with games played everyday. I learned a few new things busineiss and leadership.

    Cons

    The amount of hours and compenstation I put in ended up being barely minimum wage. Once your "promoted" you get to train but you have to split your sales with the people you are training. Everyone gets an interview if you apply to the position. And almost everyone gets offered a position. The turn over rate is very high because they dont go into details about what the position entails because they know people will not take the position if they do.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Offer more advice on balancing work and personal life. Be more up front with interviews about what the job really entails such as door to door sales, real amount of compensation, and the hours.

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