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30+ days ago

Entry Level Sales- Client Sales- Detroit

Echo Global Logistics Troy, MI

A shipment needs to get from point A to point B. How does it get there? That’s where you come in. A Client Sales Representative is what we call a… Echo Global Logistics


30+ days ago

Entry Level Sales- Carrier Sales- Detroit

Echo Global Logistics Troy, MI

A shipment needs to get from point A to point B. How does it get there? That’s where you come in. Our Carrier Sales Representatives know that the… Echo Global Logistics


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Echo Global Logistics CEO and Director Doug Waggoner
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    Young atmosphere with a lot of green sales people.

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    Former Employee - National Account Manager in Troy, MI
    Former Employee - National Account Manager in Troy, MI

    I worked at Echo Global Logistics full-time (More than a year)

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    Pros

    High spirit and lots of people just out of college and in the work force. A good experience for learning cold calling and accountability.

    Cons

    Very regimented day to day and feels very military-esque. Most of this is due to the extreme pressure put on the supervisors to perform. What this means is that you can forget asking your bosses to leave for doctors appointments and don't call in sick or ask for vacation without someone acting like it is the end of the world. Due to the young work crowd there are a lot sales rewards based on pizza and $10 gift cards to Starbucks. Worst part of working there-even if you were good at your job you felt like you could be fired at any time in a very unprofessional manner. Also, the commission structure is nearly impossible to get to in the first year-don't believe what they tell you.

    Advice to Management

    The company isn't a start up anymore-stop treating it like one. The cold call to death sales tactics are not going to work much longer. You need to start hiring seasoned account reps and pay them a fair wage. People working at department stores downtown make more money that your employees.

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