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SalesMaker (In-Store Retail Sales Associate)

Retail Business Development Cartersville, GA +2 locations

SalesMaker (In-Store Retail Sales Associate) Ready to leave that low paying/minimum wage job behind? Do you want to be rewarded for the quality of… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Kennesaw~Hiring Sales Specialists~Immediate Interview

Retail Business Development, Inc. Kennesaw, GA

Retail Business Development (RBD), a leading provider of outsourced retail management, staffing & training for the wireless and telecommunications… GigaJob


30+ days ago

Acworth~Hiring Sales Specialists~Immediate Interview

Retail Business Development, Inc. Kennesaw, GA

Retail Business Development (RBD), a leading provider of outsourced retail management, staffing & training for the wireless and telecommunications… GigaJob


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    Great Job, Bad Supervisors. Bad Company Overall.

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Rome, GA
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Rome, GA

    I worked at Retail Business Development part-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Has great pay and commission opportunities.

    Cons

    No worker's handbook, no firing policy that is communicated to employees, does not follow up on big commission checks

    I worked for RBD for 2 months essentially. I did excellent in sales, I made 100% profit my first month, won an End of Month Bonus first week, and received a gift card for $10 as an award for making the first sale of the day. But apparently that wasn't enough. The next month my sales weren't as good, but I have no way to compare my final numbers. Firstly because I have yet to receive the spreadsheet listing everyone's results in sales for the month. Secondly, because I did not have the opportunity to finish the month out.

    We use this app called Group Me to communicate with the other sales reps in the state. I made a comment one day when sales were bad that there was a reason there weren't many people in walmart. I talked to every person I came across that day, employees, customers, handed out brochures. But for some reason no one was biting. I made very positive supportive comments all day. But it was interpreted that I was "whining" by making a declarative statement about the lack of customers due to a HUGE concert in town. My troubles begin there and have only gotten worse.

    I have yet to receive my $950 bonus. I haven't received a termination letter. I was dismissed from employment after making a clearly positive and supportive comment on Group Me. because I was supposed to somehow know without someone telling me that I should not comment any longer on Group Me after being sent home early for not making any sales that day. ???? I was dismissed with a charge of insubordination and lack of performance. I have never done anything that could even be remotely misconstrued as insubordinate.

    So after this I diligently contacted the company to clear matters up. They ignored me mostly on the matter and after 2 weeks no one involved would contact me to clear the matter up except my immediate supervisor who fought diligently to get me re-hired. I bugged the Office of Finances to death and after a week I was told verbally that the charge of insubordination was dropped. To date--2 months later--still no letter of separation has been issued to me. Still have not received my bonus pay. I cannot get information from my immediate boss to determine if my performance was infact in the lowest tier of sales in comparison to my peers. I cannot get information to get ahold of the supervisor who fired me to discuss what occurred to rectify the situation and to see if I can make sure I don't make the same mistake in the future. Moving forward after being fired from this company is ridiculously difficult. Applicant beware. The supervisor who fired me has a habit of firing people and replacing them with someone who "will do a better job." Not a lot of thought goes into firing people from this business. This is a company that is contracted as part of a huge nationwide Sprint project. This company needs to be reviewed with much scrutiny before issuing a contract with them for any endeavor.

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    Focus on LONG TERM. Fulfill your promises for commission. Have things together and a valid reasoning for terminating someone besides flippant emotionally based decisions. Actually consider the value of your employees and WORK with them, instead of letting them go and finding someone else you have to start all over training and getting used to the business. Seems like simple business practices, but why is it so hard for you to do?

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