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SLED Inside Sales Manager

SHI International Piscataway, NJ

• Track number of outbound calls and New Buying accounts per IAE • Provide consultation to IAE regarding their customer needs • Participate in… SHI International


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    Great, young culture, but they produce robots and the pay is below horrible

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    Current Employee - Inside Account Manager in Somerset, NJ
    Current Employee - Inside Account Manager in Somerset, NJ

    I have been working at SHI International full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    Young culture, good for right out of college students. Great cafeteria (not close to free), ping pong tables, relaxed atmosphere all around. Good perks, because you work with big partners (HP, Microsoft, Apple). Free lunch and breakfasts occasionally. You don't take your work home with you and have a lot of free time to do what you want basically. Good to put on the resume for some experience. Free gym to members, small but does the job. Gym and ping pong are probably my favorite perks.

    Cons

    The pay is just god awful even for a kid right out of college. 30k salary is way below industry average which makes you think the higher ups don't care for this position as they bring in a new training class every 2 weeks. The turnover rate is very high. They say commission first year, but you won't see any of that until basically 9 months into the job. You have to be there for 6 months to be eligible for commission, than work the full 7th month and get that commission which doesn't pay out until the last paycheck of the 8th month.. so basically like I said, not til the 9th month begins.. So have fun living off of 30k salary...

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    I have a great manager so I can't complain. They should train better though, you get put in a 2-3 week training course that is slow as a snail and basically teaches you nothing about the real on the job process.

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