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10 days ago

Configuration Technician

CDW North Las Vegas, NV

• Perform any additional duties assigned by management. • The general work hours will be 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm • It may be necessary on… CDW


17 days ago

Configuration Technician II, Hardware & Software

CDW Vernon Hills, IL

The Configuration Technician II is responsible for performing complex enterprise installs that include software,… CDW


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    Industry best training enables sellers to succeed in a sink or swim environment, and make a ton of money!

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Senior Medlar Account Manager  in  Cherry Hill, NJ
    Current Employee - Senior Medlar Account Manager in Cherry Hill, NJ

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

    Pros

    Industry Best Training
    Tons of lateral and vertical career opportunities
    Food, events and perks are constantly provided
    For those willing to work hard and swim in a sink/swim environment, the compensation is fantastic

    Cons

    Very large company - sometimes you feel "like a number"
    Sink/swim environment - those not willing to work very hard will make very little money - not enough to "get by"

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    In regards to the compensation plan: Upper Management needs to recognize that as a sales organization, sellers need to be put first. While we understand that a publicly traded company is focused on EBITDA - we also understand that human beings go through ups/down in life and in a sales role, the downs sometimes affect work performance. Dealing with outrageous goal hikes and making half as much money as the previous year due to goal-penalties leads to poor morale of what is sometimes top talent, rather than compensation being a motivating factor. More times than not, compensation becomes a "fear factor" rather than a "motivating driver" for many new CDW sellers.

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