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Some pics of our Indianapolis Service Team bonding with some friendly racing competition at @k1speed during their outing! #impactperk
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In honor of the Blackhawk's Victory, here are a few great pics we found to capture Chicago Blackhawks & our logo during their dynasty win at the 2015 #StanleyCupFinals! (Photo Cred to Impact’s Geff Lee & Robert Leordoro, and GettyImages’ Bill Smith)
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- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Impact Networking full-time (More than 5 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookRecommendsPositive Outlook
Love working here.
Many give always.
Lots of perks if you work hard.
Lots of room for advancement.
Your destiny is in your own hands - if you work hard you will go far.
Sometimes overbooked on what needs to be done in one day.
Advice to Management
You have brought us this far, keep us going in this direction and we will build a great business together.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Impact Networking (Indianapolis, IN).
First, I went in and met a main sales director, who was very nice. I really enjoyed the atmosphere and attitude everyone had. After I spoke with him for a bit, I then interviewed with a higher director. Once I finished that interview, which went really well, I was scheduled to take a ride day. This is where you realize what kind of work you are about to get into.
It is clear that the entry-level sales reps are working like dogs day in and day out, going physically from door to door in various territories throughout the city. They told me to just go sell the product to random businesses, but I clearly had no idea what they were actually selling so I couldn't answer any of their questions. The ride day is all day long so come prepared drive viciously around a city and persuade people.
I don't think this job would be a bad job- if they were paid higher. A great learning experience, however it doesn't seem the compensation really aligned with the work load. They work from about 8 to 6 every day or longer. Intense culture, which I don't mind. But it is not as it appears in the first interview.
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