U.S. Cellular Jobs in Oklahoma City, OK

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14 days ago

Bilingual Retail Wireless Consultant - Full Time

US Cellular Oklahoma City, OK

As the face of U.S. Cellular, your work is critical to driving winning results that will grow our business. You'll be leveraging your skills and… US Cellular


2 days ago

Retail Wireless Consultant - Full Time – new

US Cellular Oklahoma City, OK +2 locations

As the face of U.S. Cellular, your work is critical to driving winning results that will grow our business. You'll be leveraging your skills and… US Cellular


22 days ago

Retail Wireless Consultant: Part Time

US Cellular Moore, OK

As the face of U.S. Cellular, your work is critical to driving winning results that will grow our business. You'll be leveraging your skills and… US Cellular


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Kenneth R. Meyers
149 Ratings
  • Lack of Communication/ terrible pay

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    Current Employee - Retail Wireless Consultant in Oklahoma City, OK
    Current Employee - Retail Wireless Consultant in Oklahoma City, OK

    I have been working at U.S. Cellular

    Pros

    For the most part, the company is willing to work with your schedule. I am a full time student and work part time. My coworkers also go to school and our store works to give us fixed schedules.

    Cons

    1. the pay. I have worked with companies that pay double for the same job that I have here
    The hourly pay used to be fine, because the job was just sales. Slowly the company got rid of Service Techs, giving that role to the already there sales people. Then the inventory position was taken away from stores, so now the job of keeping up with orders and packages falls on the sales people. The job is Sales, so being off the floor impacts the Associates ability to make sales.
    That would not be a big deal if they paid the associates more for the tasks they have had to pick up.
    2. The Commission Structure. Understandably, companies change the structure to fit changing demands, but the way the company has changed the structure, along with changing the sales associate dynamic makes it increasingly difficult to reach the quotas, let alone hitting above the target.
    3. Communication is Terrible! The communication in the West region is terrible. Information to the front line associates from management is non existent.

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    Communicate
    increase hourly pay along with the increase of functions that the sales associate has had to take on.

    Doesn't Recommend
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