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- Senior Management
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Great opportunities for bonuses on top of my salary, fun atmosphere, experienced upper management willing to train and mold you, paid every week, traveling to the business confrences is awesome!
Time off doesn't come easy, but the rest of the job is pretty reasonable consdiering you are working toward running your own office.
Advice to Management
Consider giving more time off to be with families during the holidays and maybe get a coffee machine :)
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferEasy Interview
interviewed at Galleria Marketing (Houston, TX) in August 2012.
You apply online to one of their million openings which should be a big sign that things aren't good. They have you in and ask you a couple questions about ur self and past experience. Then they tell you that it's a 3 interview process which I thought was a little ridiculous for a simple little job. Later that day I got a call telling me I got a 2nd interview which was a full day ride along 9-2 with a lady and a current sales person. We drove to a cruddy part of town and I watched the guy try to sell cheaper credit card terminals at a cheaper rate to the businesses which is tough cause most of them are under contract. Right away I knew I didn't wanna do this but figured its only fair that I give it a little time. After being dragged around from 10-12 the nice lady which I think is considered a director bought me lunch and asked me more questions. They then took me back where I filled out a questionnaire. I immediately got called into my 3rd interview with the head guy which after explaining to me that the job wasn't rocket science offered me the job. I said yes but I am going to turn it down. Fully commission based jobs are hard and not something that I want to get into. It's a sales job not a marketing job or really a management job. Management would be considered a long stretch. Unless you are looking for a fully commission based sales b2b job, don't bother applying.
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