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Industrial Engierring Intern

Current Employee - Industrial Engineering Intern  in  Elk Grove, IL
Current Employee - Industrial Engineering Intern in Elk Grove, IL


Good experience.Motivating managers.Good people in general.


Low pay for internship at a fortune company like Ecolab.

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    territory manager

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    Current Employee - Territory Manager  in  Nashville, TN
    Current Employee - Territory Manager in Nashville, TN


    good benefits, company car, laptop to help with work.


    on call 24/7, weekend coverage where you cover everyones territory all weekend so you can have a few weekends off, depending on how many are in your district. you do have a company car but don't get enough money for gas. i spend on average 300.00 to 400.00 a month extra out of my pocket. you are responsible to cover other peoples territories plus yours if they are sick, on vacation, or help them with installing equipment. your job is to sell, but all you do is install equipment, fix equipment, and go home exhausted to just spend the rest of the night answering e-mails and doing reports. if this sounds good for $40,000.00 a year go for it. very stressful and good luck taking your vacation. idon't know anyone that even takes the amount of vacation they get. i rolled my two weeks over from 2012 to 2013 because i was behind budget and was told by management that i couldn't.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    quit putting all of the burden on the territory managers and route managers. too many e-mails, sales objectives, etc. it is hard to meet budget requirements with all of the extras put on our backs. just let us do our jobs and hire other people to do the rest.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Not the best place for women to work

    Current Employee - Territory Manager  in  Baltimore, MD
    Current Employee - Territory Manager in Baltimore, MD


    Company car, and credit card, autonomy


    It's a very male driven corporate culture. Women in the field (institutional division) are treated like novelties. They tried to institute a more inclusive culture by hiring a consulting firm, but failed miserably in the process. The local management team was very clicky and petty.

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