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13 days ago

Inside Sales Rep - Valdosta, Georgia

Service Partners Midlothian, VA

management skills and the ability to solve challenges quickly. This individual will be responsible for all aspects of customer service & sales… CareerBuilder


19 hrs ago

Purchasing Analyst – new

Service Partners Richmond, VA

• Assist management with strategic sourcing initiatives and supplier negotiations to leverage best market pricing, rebates, terms… Service Partners


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    Service Partners - Long hours, little gratitude, & little to no communication

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    I have been working at Service Partners full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    I've been with Service Partners for more than 10 years. If it weren't for my co-workers and my relationships with suppliers and customers I would have been gone. At one time, this was a great company to work for. Now, not so much. For the people at the branch level and at the corporate office who actually do the work, out side of Management, these are where the relationships are built that last a life-time.

    Cons

    Corporate Management does not listen to their employees, they do not involve them in decisions of procedure changes when the fact is it is the employees who make things happen and who actually know the in-depth processes and how any change will affect other procedures or outcomes. Management does not communicate with employees as if they are part of the team, they tend to belittle them. You work long hours, sacrafice lots of personal time and enjoyment with little or no recognition or reward for your work. Long time employees are not recognized any differently than a new employee who has just begun with the company. Pay raises are only given every few years and even those do not equal the cost of living increases.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop being "bean" counters, stop acting as if you're better than everyone else, and most importantly, if you want everyone to feel part of team, treat them like they are. Communicate instead of keeping everything a secret.

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