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23 days ago

Business Sales - Account Executive II - Acquisition

Sprint Charlotte, NC

 Sprint Business Sales professionals help people and companies work better together so companies can grow and adapt to the future of work. We sum… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Sprint Retail Sales

Sprint Matthews, NC

As a Sprint Retail Consultant, you are a mobility expert who is responsible for connecting customers to the things that matter most in their lives… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Assistant Store Manager

Sprint Huntersville, NC

As a Sprint Assistant Store Manager, you work in partnership with the Store Manager to create a sales environment that provides an unparalleled… Glassdoor

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Marcelo Claure
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    Retail Consultant - It's the job that you know can be great but it would rather take a dump in your cheerios

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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Consultant  in  Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Consultant in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at Sprint full-time for more than a year


    Great benifits, good job and pay for a freshman college student, mainly because you do NOTHING ALL DAY. Management is on point (when retail is jumping ship from cut commission and 3x as much work, you gotta do something to stay off the choping block). Way less customers now that they took tech support from most of the stores, so i guess less complaints about poor network makes for an easy day. Oh yea, most of the team has one foot out the door, and if they stick to their "hire anyone we can pay less and over work" process you'll meet your quota in no time! You learn a lot. You really do. If it wasnt for the junk pay structure and the cold calling to small businesses for hours to pass the time just to get more scrutiny than what your boss and bosses boss give you every hour, you become well educated in technology. It's a great jump-start into IT. Sprint was good. I know its hard to beleieve but at one point they truely cared about their employees. They we're an underdog on the rise until the buyout. You believed in them and the team stuck together. Now folks just take bets on who's leaving next. I hear theres top dollar for guessing when the District Manager tosses in the towel.


    It's Sprint. Come on. Seriously the management is too busy to pay attention to you because they're too overwelmed also. You not going to get the attention you need. Thats key to any business internally. The rest would fall into place. NO CUSTOMERS. Slow store means slow pay. Way too much work for what you get. I doubt a 300 commission check is gonna cut it for most people in sales. I dont hate Sprint. They will be great one day. I just hate what they did.

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    Care. Period. When the big people lead by example and take accountability, you get more out of your employees besides sitting on glassdoor all day looking for a company that gives a darn.

    Advise to potential employees: go into a store first. You'll be able to cut the desperation with a knife.

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