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Denny Smith
3 Ratings

    Great learning experience and the coworkers and management staff are very friendly.

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    Former Employee - Account Manager in Forest Park, Hamilton, OH
    Former Employee - Account Manager in Forest Park, Hamilton, OH

    I worked at Masters Pharmaceutical full-time (less than a year)


    Pros in working at Masters was the team-like environment. I had a brief training period and then a personal mentor to help me when I started on the phone. I am a single mom so they were flexible with my schedule. There are multiple divisions affiliated with the company and in my tenure there I saw several people advance to other areas in the company. I also liked that the people who had been there a long time were always willing to help and even gave me accounts to call on to help build my customer base since I had to do it from scratch. I also liked that I could win gift cards and could make extra money by selling certain items. That added up on my commission check.


    In any office environment where you have a large amount of people, there is always going to be some drama or chaos. I've worked in other similar environments so it's not really out of the norm for there to be some dissention amongst co-workers. For the most part, everyone got along. I kept to myself and a few people that sat close to me so it never really affected me
    I started from scratch with my account base, mostly what they call penguins and then opening new accounts. That was the hard part for me. They were honest about this in the beginning that it would take at least 6 months to feel comfortable. I did a good job with what I was given. The only real con I can think of is that it takes a while to build a solid customer base and make the money I needed to make. Otherwise, I would have stayed because the potential was definitely there.
    The sales management staff is also short-staffed so it was hard for them to coach individually.

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    The only advice I would offer is to give the new people more active accounts (smiley faces) to work with so they can start earning commission quicker. Adding more managers to the management staff would also be beneficial for ongoing training and coaching.

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    Account Manager Interview

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    I applied online. The process took a dayinterviewed at Masters Pharmaceutical in January 2012.

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Headquarters Cincinnati, OH
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2000
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $10 to $25 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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