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26 days ago

Small Business Account Representative

T-Mobile San Francisco, CA

Welcome to a different kind of sales role, and a different kind of company. As America's Un-carrier, T-Mobile is redefining the way businesses buy… T-Mobile

26 days ago

Advantage Account Manager - East & West Bay

T-Mobile Concord, CA

• Responsible for selling and supporting our individual liable business within a specific targeted account list (approximately 75-400 accounts) to… T-Mobile

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    Plenty of time off
    Excellent benefits (tuition reimbursement, medical, 401k matching etc…)
    Flexible hours
    Great brand recognition
    On-going training
    Upward mobility


    Many store managers are promoted who are not ready to lead others
    Too much tolerance for bad apples
    Way too many metrics
    Too many changes to the comp plan where we end up making less money
    To many errors calculating commission

    Advice to Management

    Fix your commission calculation issues - they affect moral, which affects performance
    Listen to employee complaints and take the seriously
    Don't have us make less money while demanding more - we are smart enough to notice
    You should have as little tolerance for rude customers who demean and abuse us as you do of your employees - we are human!
    Part-time reps should have the same exact benefits as full-timers (daycare help, promotions, tuition reimbursement, etc…)- sometimes they bring in more business than full-timers do

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