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Event Specialists Disgruntled at Sam's Club

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Former Employee - Event Specialist in Mishawaka, IN
Former Employee - Event Specialist in Mishawaka, IN

I worked at CROSSMARK

Recommends
Disapproves of CEO
Recommends
Disapproves of CEO

Pros

If you like people, do well in a job that markets to customers at a retail store level (like Sam's Club), this would be a great job for you. You could find this was a fantastic opportunity to have a great paying job in this area and work part-time. This type of position could work for working students, parents, etc., who are needing part-time work. Sounds great, but is it?

Cons

The Supervisor is the key to your success in this company. If the RSE is supporting that Event Specialist, things will go well for them. If not,...good luck. At the Mishawaka Sam's Club, there has been numerous problems with the present and past RSE's underassigning work to Event Specialists for their own "personal reasons". That should not be part of the scenario at Crossmark. Event Specialists who have a proven success in sales should have at least four events per week assigned to them, since that is what they were told by the Recruiting Dept. of Crossmark when the ES was hired. Additonally, why is the RSE's (present and past) able to get away with that type of unprofessionism and assigning more work to the other "less productive" Event Specialists? RSE's make up excuses and follow their own rules when their upper management is not close by to supervise. This happens quite a bit there.

Advice to Management

Stick with what you promised to your Event Specialists you already have that have proven their worth with your company. Do more investigations into the allegations from your employees. Get rid of the bad RSE's.

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  1. Helpful (1)

    Not a good company to work for at all!

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    Former Employee - Event Specialist in Plano, TX
    Former Employee - Event Specialist in Plano, TX

    I worked at CROSSMARK

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Money is Ok, part time

    Cons

    They promise hours that they never give you. Management constantly talking down to employees. Your schedule can change from the time you go to bed until the tiem you wake up. They will call you at 6 a.m. to come to work in a few hours. If you like working like a dog and not being respected this is the place for you!


  2. Helpful (2)

    The promise of work and actual work is extremely irritating, especially when they continue to hire new people.

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    • Comp & Benefits
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    Current Employee - Retail Representative in Palm Bay, FL
    Current Employee - Retail Representative in Palm Bay, FL

    I have been working at CROSSMARK

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    The paychecks are on time and pay is weekly. I enjoy working with little or no supervision in a variety of stores. People in Field Support are very helpful once you get through the wait time to have your call answered.

    Cons

    You are usually hired full time and after a few months you are dropped to part time losing the benefits you paid for health; dental as well as vacation pay and sick pay and personal days. With the cost of gas it is ridiculous that they expect you to drive @ least 40 miles out and 40 miles in before the pay mileage. The system they use to pay you mileage is not an accurate reflection of how you route and drive your route. It's a sham designed to ripp off the employee for the benefit of the company. There are no pay raises but there are pay decreases (as I was told "for the good of the company"). Continual griping by your supervisor even when you are busting your tail for the good of the company. Lack of communication with upper management. Lack of hours and they still hire new reps. all the time even though they could give more hours to the hardworking dedicated people who make Crossmark successful.

    Advice to Management

    Quit hiring new people and give people that already work hard for you more hours. Pony-up on drive-time and mileage and admin. time


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