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    Former Employee - Account Executive Trainee in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Account Executive Trainee in Houston, TX

    I worked at PLS Logistics Services full-time (less than an year)


    Mostly everyone you work with is right out of college so the environment is fun. The ability to step away from the desk and toss a football or frisbee around for a few minutes is nice. The building itself is a nice place to work in Midtown. You can walk all over the area or go out on the balcony for a few minutes to get fresh air.


    Set benchmarks that are realistic. I lasted longer then other members of my class, but a lot rests on luck. You can hammer out the cold calls everyday and get nothing from it. The managers are cool......if they like you.This will definitely give you a step up since they will give you the better customers whenever someone leaves or is terminated (this happens very very often). The fact that management expects you to find all your prospects on your own is pretty difficult. Requires a lot of extra work that you don't really get compensated for.

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    Have prospecting lists for people to start calling on as soon as sales classes are released onto the floor. Try to keep people that you know are good at their jobs; don't needlessly terminate them because they didn't hit extremely lofty goals.

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