Worldwide Vision
2.9 of 5 9 reviews
www.worldwide-vision.net Raleigh, NC 16 to 50 Employees

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Pay is Low

Account Manager (Current Employee)

ProsGood Money can be made once you are a manager with the company. There have been several people in which they have showed me good money. Be good at sales and its all commission based. The base pay is there but they take it back when you dont make enough sales for that weeks pay.

ConsThe company have claw-backs. This means they will advance you your base pay of $8.50hr if you do not make enough sales. The company does not make that clear immediately. The company also tells you with hard work you can reach management and this is where the real money is made. Worldwide is a huge operation in the smart circle enterprise. The other branches outside of worldwide does not have to put up with the politics that exist working here. Work life balance sucks too! they will try to get you to work more and convenience you its so you can make more money but the realization its so you can pay their bills

Advice to Senior ManagementTell people the base is considered an advancement and will be taken back when the rep makes more sales. Dont lie about your gas bonuses when people are driving over 1 hour away and keep the opportunity pure! Other offices in the company actually promote out successful manager that dont have to deal with 50% of the stuff that happens in this office!

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Client Representative (Current Employee)
    Raleigh, NC

    I have been working at Worldwide Vision full-time for more than 3 years


    Pros: Growth opportunities, Leadership positions, Full & Paid Training, Travel Opportunities, Leadership Conferences, All expense paid trips. I have worked… Cons: A person must be motivated, enjoy a fast-paced environment, and enjoy managing themselves before they will be considered for a leadership… Advice to Senior Management: Love the Manager in Training Program. It gives a motivated individual the chance to progress into… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More
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    Great opportunity and Stellar training for those with no experience to break into D2C Sales and Marketing

    Account Manager (Former Employee)
    Raleigh, NC

    I worked at Worldwide Vision full-time for more than a year


    Pros: Tons of opportunity for advancement - they promote 100% from within and encourace personal and professional growth. 1 on 1 mentoring and training both in… Cons: Almost all advancement opportunity is in line with the national expansion which usually means moving to other cities - To each their own though, this… Advice to Senior Management: More organized metrics tracking - monthly production etc, in addition to the weekly metrics. Also encourage this by creating a… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More
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