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Digital Marketing, Sr. Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Davidson, NC

* Develops and executes comprehensive integrated marketing plans including offline programs, online programs, field marketing, and events * Requires…

30+ days ago

National Account Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Houston, TX

* Manages and maintains assigned Headquarter (HQ) corporate relationships and contract renewal with established National Account customers within…

30+ days ago

Business Development Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Charlotte, NC

* Identifies researches and/or qualifies targeted national account prospects in a specific geography or vertical market segment. Prospects are…

30+ days ago

Accounting Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Davidson, NC

* Manages the accounting team to ensure a timely monthly close process, the preparation of accurate monthly consolidated financial statements and…

30+ days ago

Market National Account Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Dover, DE +4 locations

. * Prepares and delivers, in accordance with National Account program guidelines, sales presentations that address the established clients needs…

30+ days ago

Natl Accts Bus Dvlpmt Mgr

MSC Industrial Direct United States

* Identifies researches and/or qualifies targeted national account prospects in a specific geography or vertical market segment. Prospects are…

30+ days ago

Sr. Product Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Davidson, NC

* Responsible for the development and execution of multi year strategic business plans for product lines, targeting and realizing sustainable sales…

30+ days ago

Receiving Manager

MSC Industrial Direct Fernley, NV

* Manages receiving workflow to ensure optimum service levels are maintained. * Manages receiving operation to ensure supervisors meet production…

1 day ago

Demand Planner – new

MSC Industrial Direct Davidson, NC

* Develops demand forecasts (operational forecasts) at multiple levels of aggregation for assigned product lines, locations, and market channels as…

30+ days ago

Director, IT

MSC Industrial Direct Davidson, NC

* Partners with CIO and helps lead the technology direction for the enterprise (Helps to manage technology planning and deployment). * Coaches…

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    Lackluster growth opportunity

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    Former Employee - Inside Sales Associate
    Former Employee - Inside Sales Associate

    I worked at MSC Industrial Direct full-time for more than a year


    Management at the branch level tends to be non micromanaging which is nice. They will work with you as you need flexibility in your schedule if you have family needs. Job training is decent, but very scripted. Wish I could give more pro's, but really can't come up with more.


    Growth opportunities within the company is abysmal at best. They will continually change up job descriptions in order to prevent people from changing job positions within the company. They have recently made changes that are going to end up hurting their customer relationships and how the customer depends on them to help them with their business. Customers will now be going to their competition (Grainger, Fastenal, etc. ) who will provide the services that MSC once did. If you try to look for growth opportunity within the company but it's not available, they tell you that you can become different levels or grades of the job description that you are now, but fail to ever tell you how to become that. They are way too heavy on the outside sales area and need to get back to the fundamentals of listening to the inside sales staff who are the ones who constantly speak with their customer. Worse part of this company is that I have never in all my years been associated with a company that encourages "tattling" on one another. This company needs to start listening to their "workers in the field" rather than the bean counters and lawyers who make up the rules. Management is always talking about the culture of the company and how we should be obeying it, but will turn around and do exactly what they just told you not to do. Pay at the company is okay, but far below what the hard workers should be paid. This is why the people who will work hard will leave the company and they will be stuck with the ones who find the job to be comfortable and be able to get by.

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    Start listening to the "peons" in the company. Believe it or not, they are telling you the truth and only really want the best for the company. I worked there for 2 years and during that time watched it slowly deteriorate from a helpful to the customer company to a we just need to save money and work for the shareholders company.

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