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2 days ago

M-Retail Associate Manager – new

MetroPCS Lynwood, CA

This position assists the Store Manager in the overall management of the retail store including sales, customer service, staffing, training… MetroPCS


2 days ago

M-Retail Sales Leader – new

MetroPCS Panorama City, CA

for store associated customer service, inventory activities and troubleshooting. * Respond to all sales and customer issues. • In absence of Store… MetroPCS


11 days ago

M-Retail Sales Associate

MetroPCS Long Beach, CA +2 locations

Responsible for sales to new and current customers in the MetroPCS Company-owned retail stores. Customer Service • Greets customers in a timely… MetroPCS


25 days ago

M-Retail Sales Leader, Bilingual

MetroPCS Pomona, CA

for store associated customer service, inventory activities and troubleshooting. * Respond to all sales and customer issues. • In absence of Store… MetroPCS


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    Great experience, learn a lot as a sales representative.

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative  in  Culver City, CA
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Culver City, CA

    I worked at MetroPCS part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Learned a lot about customer service and how to deal with customers when they were upset or demanding. If you work hard enough and learn the company from inside out, there is tons of room for growth.

    Cons

    Supervisors were not always that responsible and could not approach them too easily. Also, pay was not great. Raises were given, but very rarely and not too much was added. In addition, the way the commission worked was awful.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Promote the people who deserve it, not just the ones who have been there the longest. You deal with a lot of angry customers in this business, and you need people who know how to appropriately take care of them.

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