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23 days ago

Food Safety and Brand Standard Specialist

Ecolab, Inc. Salt Lake City, UT

Check out EcoSure! Our Food Safety and Brand Standard Specialists spend their days (and some nights/weekends) partnering with Restaurants (and others… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Pest Route Technician

Ecolab Salt Lake City, UT

Join Ecolabs industry leading Pest Elimination team as a Pest Route Technician in the Salt Lake City, UT market. In this position you will provide… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Territory Sales Representative-Quick Service Restaurants

Ecolab Salt Lake City, UT

About the Opportunity: Join Ecolabs, Quick Service Restaurants Team as a Territory Sales Representative in the Salt Lake City, Elko, Beaver, Provo… Glassdoor

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    EL the next Johnson Diversey. All hail Proctor and Gamble!!!!

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    Current Employee - Territory Manager  in  Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Territory Manager in Salt Lake City, UT

    I have been working at Ecolab


    You get some degree of freedom. It's fun to have a small amount of control over your pay check.


    The year I spent with Ecolab I was tied to my phone 24-7. No training. I lost a lot of respect from my customers because I was never given the resources and training to do my job. I learned more in one month working for EL's competitor then I did in one year with EL and all their training programs. EL breeds a culture of unmet promises. Every area manager, district manager, and territory manager I met had no problem telling anyone anything they wanted to hear and then conviently forgetting the promises that were made. Never expect your manager to do what he tells you he will do. Never expect pay outs on contests and sales objectives, and don't expect any compensation for gas and other expenses no matter how many times your boss promises to pay you for them. Do however, expect them to sue you if you go to the competition and take a sh-t load of business from them.

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    Keep doing what your doing. What ever you do please keep taking your rural territories for granted. As a competitor your making our jobs easy.

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