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organized and well run marketing company

Telesales (Former Employee) Toronto, ON (Canada)

Prospleasant. the system was organized and scripts were straightforward and easy to follow

Consquotas would be unrealistically high at times
the amount used for calculating bonuses and commission is not the full price, which sometimes caused confusion and frustration when you think you sold up to a certain bonus level, but are actually 10 bucks short because of this policy... losing sometimes about half of your bonus for being short a couple dollars.

Advice to Senior Managementput in a policy where callers automatically receive the next bonus level up if its only a couple dollars within reach. i eventually quit job because of the frustration of losing half my bonus because of being a couple dollars short.

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    When all other job options fail.

    Sales Representative (Current Employee) Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I have been working at Artsmarketing part-time for more than a year


    Pros: Requires basic skills to work here. In a nutshell you need to speak English, be able to memorize basic points out of a script and… Cons: Pay scale is ridiculous, you have to generate an obnoxious amount of funds in order to make slightly above minimum wage. You will get bounced… Advice to Senior Management: Enough with the office politics. Stop trying to get into your staffs personal life and displaying conspicuous amounts of favouritism in terms of where the… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company… More
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