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8 hrs ago

M-Retail Sales Associate – new

T-Mobile Fremont, CA +6 locations

Responsible for sales to new and current customers in the MetroPCS Company-owned retail stores.Customer Service • Greets customers in a timely and… T-Mobile


8 hrs ago

M-Retail Sales Associate, Bilingual – new

T-Mobile San Bruno, CA +3 locations

Responsible for sales to new and current customers in the MetroPCS Company-owned retail stores.Customer Service • Greets customers in a timely and… T-Mobile


8 hrs ago

Coordinator 1, Sales – new

T-Mobile San Francisco, CA

Supports the Sales and Distribution Team (Direct and Indirect) by providing ongoing timely reporting, managing schedules, events, dealer trainings… T-Mobile


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    Great company that genuinely cares about their employees.

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    Former Employee - T-Mobile Retail Sales Associate in Mesa, AZ
    Former Employee - T-Mobile Retail Sales Associate in Mesa, AZ

    I worked at T-Mobile part-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Opportunity to make really great money even when only working part time. The managers I have worked with were really good about accommodating schedules for school or other jobs.

    Cons

    Extremely competitive sales quotas that are determined by using the district average as opposed to the store average, so when working at a location that has low traffic, it can be quite challenging to reach your monthly sales goals.

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    While I was working here, I saw the company make some pretty huge changes in how the stores were managed and the direction in how we interacted with our customers. I saw the changes as being beneficial to both the employees and the customers. As for internally, it seemed the best stores had managers who provided their employees with support and were always there to help if you needed them. These managers were not the one's who micromanaged, which showed the employees that their managers had faith in their ability to do the job they were hired to do.

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