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“Quality Smith offers job security and career growth in a small town that limits that opportunity. ”
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Quality Smith does not put a time frame on your career advancements. If you demonstrate the ability to excel in performance and perhaps have a certain area of expertise, such as marketing, management will keep a close eye on your performance aiding you to climb up this corporate ladder as soon as you are ready. I had colleagues who were promoted to new division with higher pay after just two weeks. The company interviews people based on employee references. The majority of the team gets along very well and even though it is a cubicle atmosphere, it is quite laid back and flexible with your schedule. You get to pick your days off, there is a 401K plan and health benefits kick in after your probation period has ended. You are given sick leave and paid vacation time. The staff works as a team and often celebrates as one, having company picnics, celebrating staff birthdays with cakes and also having a very relaxing and inviting eating area / rec room. There are fun daily, weekly, and monthly games done in order to give staff members more incentive to exceed their quotas. Quality Smith is an excellent company that offers job security and career growth in a small town that limits that opportunity. For outstanding employees who live 45 miles or more away, they have even accommodated to their personal needs by allowing them to work from home.
They are very strict on meeting your weekly quota. Once you are past your training week, you are no longer excused not to meet this quota and after only a couple of weeks, your job is in jeopardy. Favoritism is definitely apparent.
Advice to Management
Offer better training.
- Doesn't Recommend
The people are fun and dynamic...hard working and a family. The location is good in WW but WW is a pit....no one wants to move there so the talent pool is slim.
Every November you are faced with a seasonal layoff or the entire business closing. They never tuck away for the slow revenue months. Nepotism reigns...and religious bias.
Advice to Management
Mature and stabilize