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30+ days ago

SC - District Manager

Spring Communications Charleston, SC

-Model the behaviors expected of all Spring Mobile associates including a drive for results with a clear bias for action; high levels of maturity and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

GA - District Manager

Spring Communications Atlanta, GA

-Model the behaviors expected of all Spring Mobile associates including a drive for results with a clear bias for action; high levels of maturity and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Manager in Training

Spring Communications Madison, WI

Do you love your phone? Do you love your job? Here is your opportunity to work for the premier retailer of wireless products and services, help… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

ID - AT&T Retailer, Assistant Manager

Spring Communications Rexburg, ID

Are you looking for an opportunity to advance your career in a fast paced exciting industry? We-re looking for impressive leaders with the knowledge… Beyond.com


Spring Communications Reviews

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    Wonderfull co workers, minus the upper management. Bad customer service practices.

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    Former Employee - Wireless Consultant, Store Manager in Ogden, UT
    Former Employee - Wireless Consultant, Store Manager in Ogden, UT

    I worked at Spring Communications

    Pros

    I have had some great co workers with this company that made it a lot of fun coming to work.

    Cons

    The pay is poor compared to other cell phone sales companies. Upper management does not base decisions off what is good for the customer or employee, but what will put more money in their pockets. The sales techniques that are taught and recommended from upper management are very shady and show a lack of standards. Much of upper management sees all employees as disposable; keeping long term employees does not seem like much of a goal to the company.
    Basically, the compensation is less than other companies, the management style involves being two faced and being shady, and the most you can advance in the company is to a store manager, unless you want to stay with the company for 10+ years then there's the possibility of going to a regional director.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to what the grunts of the company have to say about their managers and regional directors. Restore the focus to the customer instead of money and that will make customer's more likely to become a returning customer which will generate more profit long term, instead of promoting the use of misleading customer's into spending money they dont want to on items they dont even want or need. Hiding costs and lying to the customer about the cost shows pretty poor customer service.

    Doesn't Recommend

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