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Regional Sales Manager – new

Elavon New York, NY

Elavon is looking for a talented Regional Sales Manager whose flexibility and adaptability allows them to meet and exceed clients expectations. A… CareerBuilder


1 day ago

Business Development Manager – new

Elavon Marion, IA +71 locations

Elavon is looking for a talented Business Development Manager whose flexibility and adaptability allows them to meet and exceed clients expectations… CareerBuilder


16 hrs ago

National Account Executive – new

Elavon New Rochelle, NY +6 locations

Elavon is looking for a talented National Account Executive whose flexibility and adaptability allows them to meet and exceed clients expectations. A… CareerBuilder


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    Hard to get settled

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    Current Employee - Don't Even Know Anymore  in  Knoxville, TN
    Current Employee - Don't Even Know Anymore in Knoxville, TN

    I have been working at Elavon full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Great people. Good environment. Backed by a very stable company, so the organization itself should be around for the long haul. Constantly gaining new markets.

    Cons

    Change is a constant here. While change can often be good, when it happens so quickly that employees feel like they are caught in a tornado, it leaves behind a trail of uncertainty and fear. Manager are swapped, people are uprooted and moved to different teams (they call is restructuring), more and more responsibility is piled on you with no increase in pay. It's a job. The people are great, but we are all constantly looking over our shoulders to see what's sneaking up on us next.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't be so reluctant to hire new people. Moving everybody around and giving them "opportunities" is making things uncertain and stressful which effects our ability to do our jobs.

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