TelePacific Communications

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30+ days ago

Sales Engineer/Technical Solutions Consultant

Telepacific Communications Sacramento, CA

* Identify and qualify complex voice and data product sales opportunities. * Assist sales in designing customer solutions to address expressed… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Data Center Technician

Telepacific Communications Sacramento, CA

s: GENERAL PURPOSE The Data Center Technician is responsible for the day to day support of the on-site datacenter security process and customers in… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Telecom Sales Consultant

TelePacific Communications Sacramento, CA

TELEPACIFIC COMMUNICATIONS SEEKING TELECOM SALES CONSULTANTS With over $550 Million in revenues and ranked in INC Magazine‚Äôs fastest growing… Glassdoor


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Richard A. Jalkut
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    Unprofessional unqualified sales management and worthless mentorship program

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    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive  in  Sacramento, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Account Executive in Sacramento, CA

    I have been working at TelePacific Communications

    Pros

    TPac is a fun company to work for most of the time. Training in Vegas was fun. It's nice to work for a company where it's possible to speak to senior management if you need to. That would be unheard of if you worked for a company like Comcast.

    Cons

    The sales manager and mentor at our office are for the most part worthless. The manager helps her favorites and the mentor helps no one but himself.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If the company goes public, local management will need to get some training on how to treat employees in a publicly owned corporation. Upper management should either dump the mentorship program or get mentors who actually want to mentor and not just collect more salary.

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