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3 days ago

Customer Service Rep - Verizon Wireless - Rapid City SD - sign on bonus

Verizon Wireless Rapid City, SD

About Verizon Wireless We believe in the power of technology to solve just about anything. And we've put our sharpest minds to the task. Whatever… Verizon Wireless


25 days ago

Part Time Retail Sales Representative - Verizon Wireless - Rapid City SD - sign

Verizon Wireless Rapid City, SD

Youre focused on your future on finding the right fit for your talent and charisma, and making your presence known. And when you join Verizon… Verizon Wireless


9 days ago

Retail Sales Representative - Verizon Wireless - Rapid City SD - sign on bonus

Verizon Wireless Rapid City, SD

About Verizon Wireless We believe in the power of technology to solve just about anything. And we've put our sharpest minds to the task. Whatever… Verizon Wireless


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    You'll stay busy and deal with a variety of personalities and moods & make a good amount of money if you're good at it!

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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative  in  Rapid City, SD
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative in Rapid City, SD

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    Pros

    Compensation is excellent - commission structure is complex and challenging, but if you focus on where you make the most money (which coincides with making the company money) you can make between 50,000-80,000 a year since it's not capped.
    Benefits are fantastic - incredibly inexpensive health insurance for individuals and families, and when I was there they matched up to 6% of every paycheck for 401k, which adds up fast; paid vacation and sick days -- and there is no probationary period
    The majority of the managers I had were excellent - they let you be accountable for your own success and generally don't nag when you're not meeting your quotas

    Cons

    Hours are swing shifts, between 6-3, 7-4, 8-5, 9-6, 10-7, 11-8, 12-9... it can be frustrating to attempt having a life outside of work because of the variety of shifts you have each week.
    Coworkers tend to get frustrated when they are not meeting numbers and oftentimes end up blaming another rep's success on 'cherry-picking' customers or making excuses for the quality of customer that comes in the door - you have to be prepared to deal with a lot of moodiness between managers and sales reps and sales reps vs. sales reps.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Strive to be educated enough in the company that you can honestly say you know the answer, but encourage the employee to find the answer on their own. I had a few fantastic managers that developed me with this and I went from Customer Service to Sales to Assistant manager in three years.

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