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I have been working at Wireless Vision full-time (more than an year)Pros
Fun Atmosphere, Fun brand and enjoyable company. Good PTO and benefits and usually good pay. Company feels like a family. Some families have their dysfunctional moments but this one is generally pretty good. Out of my previous 5 places of employment, this company is either 1st or 2nd in overall satisfaction.Cons
Things change too much. It's so hard to plan a budget while working for this company. I've gone from a $3000 commission check to a $700 commission check. I own a home, have a wife and 2 kids, and I just sometimes get frustrated with the constant change in pay. I stand for over 8 hours a day and my knees can't take it!! I'm not even old!
One month I think we have earned "best place to work" and other months I pull up craigslist and look for jobs. When it's great it's Great! Just wish every month was great.
Sometimes the goals are plain ridiculous. Company expectation is 12-14% total box conversion. In order to hit our goal this month on projected traffic, we'd have to run 20% conversion while factoring in company expectation on revenue per box. So how are we supposed to make money on that?Advice to ManagementAdvice
Find a way to round out commissions a little bit to provide a little more stability and reliability in take home pay. I understand the business changes from month to month with promotions but more hourly pay and less commission might help protect the employees from having poor checks every few months. Bottom line, poor months can turn any company into a less enjoyable place to work.RecommendsNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
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The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at Wireless Vision.Interview Details
I went to an open interview, where everything went great. And then I submitted my background check where I start to worry it took a long time for my background check to come back but it did come back.Interview Questions
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Wireless Vision was established in November of 2004 in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and has grown organically and through acquisition. In November, 2006 Wireless Vision acquired 12 T-Mobile locations in Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Ohio. By 2007, Wireless Vision established itself as one of the largest T-Mobile exclusive retailers in the country. Wireless Vision...
Mission: To be the best wireless communications retailer in America by continuing to blend our entrepreneurial spirit with solid structure and processes.
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