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Rick Ascolese
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    Currently Employed in Outside Sales

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    Pros

    This job is a great stepping stone between being in sales and getting into a true outside/B2B sales role. I have gained a lot of experience in knowledge, however, it is still in the service industry and you are rarely a priority to the customer. If you can deal with knowing you are not on the top of their list, being told "no" and treated like you are lesser than, you will be okay. You will not make "75K" your first year--so please do not choose this job based on some of the BS claims they make to lure you in. It takes a solid 3-6 months to be fully on board, and you would have to work like a dog to make 40K in commissions in half a year. Average account sizes hover from a couple hundred bucks to up to $600 in some markets.

    Cons

    The operations side of the establishment is okay--they can either help you or hurt you. If they drop the ball on a customer, it means money coming out of your pocket. It has happened to everyone at least once, and it sucks. However, they can teach you a lot, if you care to learn the ins and outs of janitorial services and products. Coverall is micro-managing (and tracking) its employees more than ever, trying to weasel as much money as they can back into their pockets and out of yours. There are no company credit cards and getting reimbursed can take a few weeks.

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    Focus on driving the success of inside sales as much as you do outside sales and give the outside sales team some breaks. Everyone has their own selling style and approach--they'll either work out or they won't. But forcing someone to sell a certain way does not guarantee success.

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