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B2B Sales / Entry Level Sales / Marketing & Advertising/ Entry Level Management

Veritas, Inc. Atlanta, GA

in Entry Level Include: • Assisting in the daily growth and development of our company • Assisting with… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago


Veritas, Inc. Atlanta, GA +2 locations

We are conducting immediate interviews for candidates that are driven and open to new and exciting opportunities. This job involves one to one sales… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

4 Management Trainees - 2 Entry Level positions

Veritas, Inc. Atlanta, GA +2 locations

Candidates must possess integrity, character and exemplary ambition for success. The account manager position is considered an entry level sales and… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

B2B Sales, Marketing & Advertising Position - Entry Level

Veritas, Inc. Atlanta, GA

Candidates must possess integrity, character and exemplary ambition for success. The account manager position is considered an entry level sales… CareerBuilder

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    Former Employee - Entry Level Account Manager in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Entry Level Account Manager in Atlanta, GA

    I worked at Veritas full-time (less than an year)


    The people. (Which they're only nice because they want YOU to make them money). Traveling. Which I did once, but had to pay for my own gas and food. I did actually meet a few movie stars while out with a colleague. Oh, and weekends off.


    Where do I start? How about getting up at 5am. Leaving the house NO LATER than 6:15 am, sitting in over an hour Atlanta traffic just to get to work by 8am (And if you were a minute late, you were chastised). Sit in math class meetings for an hour, then another group meeting for an hour or so, playing stupid games for "training purposes" and then being sent into the "field" driving around for hours to businesses selling Comcast and feeling tons of rejection, only to be made to come back to the office by 5pm, have ANOTHER meeting, then leave, sit in MORE traffic, only to be home around 8pm to eat and take care of the essentials before waking up the next morning to do the whole thing over again. Speaking of territory..the don't care where they send you. I was sent to the ghetto. And I was terrified to walk down the street. To a gas station that the clerk had been murdered a few days before, and as I walked out another man was being thrown to the ground my police officers. A car shop where a dirty old man tried to get me to sleep with him while serving stale coffee with rotten creamer. OH! And sending me to Asian town where no one speaks English. I got chased out of numerous places and threatened. All because I was trying to make a "living". Oh, and the whole driving around thing? Expect to pay for everything yourself. I was told when hired that I would get gas cards because I lived in Suwanee and the office was close to downtown. Never happened. And when I asked about it, they looked at me like I was stupid. I was not told it was a commission job before being hired and didn't find that out until after my first day on the job. What a bunch of liars. And they all do it with a smile on their face. It's like brainwashing. Oh, and one guy they had training me was addicted to cocaine, and apparently so were several others in the office. He was cool though. We met a movie star. But seriously? Don't y'all drug test? I'm pretty sure I remember taking one. Do y'all just overlook that? Looks like it.

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    If you spend as much time telling the actual truth as you do wasting your time with your "rags to riches" lecture, I'm sure you'd be a lot better off with even better employees.

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