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26 days ago

Sales Stockers

Glazer's Inc. Austin, TX

Performs merchandising/ stocking activities and constructs displays of Company products in retail accounts as requested by Sales CareerBuilder


26 days ago

Warehouse Worker Nights

Glazer's Inc. Austin, TX

from licensed retail customers, sales representatives and other courses. Provides service for customers and… CareerBuilder


26 days ago

Warehouse Worker Austin-Day

Glazer's Inc. Austin, TX

made by licensed retail customers, sales representatives and other sources. Provides service for customers and… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Warehouse Worker Nights Part-time - Edwardsville

Glazer's Inc. Overland Park, KS

made by licensed retail customers, sales representatives and other sources. Provides service for customers and… CareerBuilder


8 hrs ago

National Accounts Category Manager – new

Glazer's, Inc. Northbrook, IL

We are committed to being the finest sales and marketing organization within our industry and the preferred provider of products in each of our… Glassdoor


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Glazer's President & CEO Shelly Stein
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    Descent starter job but don't plan on making a career out of it.

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    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Lafayette, LA
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Lafayette, LA

    I have been working at Glazer's full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Somewhat structured, but flexible enough to manage your own time. It used to be a fun industry, hopefully it gets back to where it was 5 years ago.

    Cons

    Poor pay structure. The company went from commission to a "pay for performance" which as it turns out does not really pay for performance. You get paid if you are able to check off a set of 8-12 ridiculous goals. The majority of these goals are capped so that even if you do perform well, you can still only earn so much. I'm sure for the CEO it was a great decision but as far as the Sales Force is concerned it was probably the worst change ever.
    Constantly forcing new items onto customers. "Innovation" has taken all of the joy out of this job. On a monthly basis we are forced to sell new items to a predetermined account base, whether it makes since for the account or not. When the sale is refused by the customer we are told to get it done even if we have to come out of pocket.
    Almost zero opportunity for advancement.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your Sales Force on what they produce. Less innovation from suppliers.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

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