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2 days ago

Sales Associate - Full Time - RadioShack – new

RadioShack Islandia, NY +11 locations

• Greeting every customer with enthusiasm and energy • Serving and selling to multiple customers • Offering customers cutting-edge solutions in a… RadioShack


2 days ago

Sales Associate - Part Time - RadioShack – new

RadioShack Islandia, NY +11 locations

• Greeting every customer with enthusiasm and energy • Serving and selling to multiple customers • Offering customers cutting-edge solutions in a… RadioShack


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    Fun but at the same time to much pressure and not enough pay.

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    Current Employee - ITS Alright for A Starter Job  in  Massapequa, NY
    Current Employee - ITS Alright for A Starter Job in Massapequa, NY

    I have been working at RadioShack

    Pros

    You get to play with some pretty cool stuff, you get to know the staff, and know how technology works.

    Cons

    The pay is horrible, Like yes you can make money here, but management wants you to force you sale cell phones like your life depending on it. I've been with company a while, and I'm dissatisfied with how they don't give raises to people who have been there a while. Like you can make money on cell phones but you can only sell so much. Like im one of the top guys in my district yet what i sell and what I make throughout the year don't balance each other out. I was disappointed yet another year on what i made seeing how much I sold.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Have a better pay, offer raises, and promote within like you say your suppose to instead of bringing people from outside to manage. Dont't pressure so much even if things are doing so well, offer more incentives and if you do dont make it so broad. Like have a store from every district receive an incentive which will help the associates sell better. Like they have to have a better incentive program and compensation program. If you did the associates would definitely work harder. Share the wealth guys/

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