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13 days ago

Business Development Manager, Direct Sales, New Jersey

T-Mobile Parsippany, NJ

Business Development Manager will meet and exceed monthly sales quota objectives by acquiring the accounts of mid-sized businesses within assigned… T-Mobile


19 days ago

Sr. Regional and Retail Communications Manager

T-Mobile Parsippany, NJ

give wireless consumers unprecedented choice and freedom. We are poised to continue shaking up the industry, and there is no more exciting time to be… T-Mobile


4 days ago

Business Development Manager, Direct Sls

T-Mobile Melville, NY

Business Development Manager will meet and exceed monthly sales quota objectives by acquiring the accounts of mid-sized businesses within assigned… T-Mobile


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    T-Mobile doesn't respect it's employee's personal time/life.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Store Manager  in  Brooklyn, NY
    Current Employee - Store Manager in Brooklyn, NY

    I have been working at T-Mobile

    Pros

    They are pretty flexible if you are a part-time sales rep, but beyond that be prepared to dedicate your life to them.
    They do allow you to develop your management skills , with a lot of off site and online courses.

    Cons

    Full-Timers, Key Holders and Managers are expected to be "Team Players" and basically live at work - they always talk about having a work/life balance but they don't live up to their own hype.
    Favoritism rules here as well - its more who you know and kiss up to rather than actual ability and competence that matter here.
    Upper management changes directions WAYYYYY to often - its seems like there is a new "focus" every week! and the stuff that was last week's "focus" gets dropped in favor of the new "focus" of the week.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your front-line employee's - they know whats working and not working.

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