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Inside Sales Executive

Restaurant.com Arlington Heights, Cook, IL +2 locations

We are seeking to hire Inside Sales Representatives to work in the corporate office in Arlington Heights. This… CareerBuilder


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Inside Sales Account Managers – new

Restaurant.com Arlington Heights, IL

Restaurant.com is currently seeking Inside Sales Account Managers to join its growing Helping Business Division, responsible for selling incentive… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Sales  in  Arlington Heights, IL
    Current Employee - Sales in Arlington Heights, IL

    I have been working at Restaurant.com full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The dress code is awesome, jeans and t-shirts are fine.Co-workers are fun and helpful. Management have a nice demeanor and try to help everyone succeed at making quota.

    Cons

    Basically, there is no integrity or honesty at RDC. The script that is written has flagrant lies in it, and restaurants have no say in what type of marketing they would like to do in regards to the program. When cold calling, I hope to try to reach an owner that has never heard of RDC, because if they have, they know to steer clear. Employees either quit or are let go within a year. They have recently changed the commission structure to deny commissions to employees who do not make quota (which also changes on a regular basis). That means if someone who has hit their quota every month for the past year has a bad month (or goes on vacation), they will be missing out on over $1,000 in commission. This forces salespeople to falsify agreements to hit unrealistic quotas, and further damages the company's reputation. To "succeed" at RDC, you must be able to sacrifice your honor and reputation to blatantly lie to restaurant partners. I am quickly realizing that RDC is a company that cares only about putting more money in the pocket of the CEO (a lawyer- so what does that tell you). Used car salesmen have more integrity than RDC salespeople. I am ashamed to say I work at Restaurant.com. I feel like a thief and a liar, and can no longer pretend that things will get better. Worst of all, management really believes they are looking out for the best interests of their employees, partners and customers. They are either delusional or they cry themselves to sleep every night because they know they are slaves to a tyrant.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If there is hell below- you're all gonna go.

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