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Pamela M. (Pam) Nicholson
Pros – People you work with are awesome....very helpful and fun to be at work with all day. Lots of chances to either get training/advice or to give it. Once you're there for longer than a year, benefits and vacation time really kick in. Quarterly meetings are held at fun places and paid for by the managers....nice to help improve moral.
Cons – Long long hours (I worked anywhere from 45-60 hours a week 5-7 days a week), customers and accounts can be very demanding and taxing on you mentally, upper management seems to have a specific type of person they like to promote so if you're not one of them then good luck trying to advance
Advice to Senior Management – Be careful who you are promoting.....since I left the company, many people who were promoted over me have left also or haven't done very well at that position. Also, hire some more people....I know that you are picky with the people you bring on, but every office I've been to has been understaffed and that takes a huge toll on your employees.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Great coworkers and a lot of great customer service experience
Cons – Long hours. Sales culture has heavy pressure
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Great entry level position that gives you a very broad range of experience in sales, customer service, and management. "If you work hard, the reward hard work".
Cons – Long hours... really long hours.
You are a bunch of numbers to management. NO matter how much you put into the company previously, if you drop in sales you become expendable.
Advice to Senior Management – Take into account intangibles as well as sales. College grads take this job and are burned out 2 years after graduation.
Pros – Great culture and fun place to work. There is a great feeling of comraderie since the company goes to great lengths to hire the right people.
Cons – Long hours and great emphasis placed on selling additional coverages. If it weren't for the weight of constantly feeling like I had to keep my daily sales percentage up, I would still be working there.
Advice to Senior Management – Focus more on providing a better work/life balance.
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