Retail Business Development

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Retail Business Development Reviews

Updated October 10, 2014
Updated October 10, 2014
26 Reviews
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    Review of RBD

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Retail Business Development

    Pros

    Great culture - open door - lots of opportunities for growth.

    Cons

    Management moves too fast - needs to slow down and look at big picture

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    Retail Representative

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in East Saint Louis, IL
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in East Saint Louis, IL

    I worked at Retail Business Development part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Very Exciting Company with great qualities!

    Cons

    They need direct Deposit and to provide internet.

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  3. 1 person found this helpful  

    Fast paced, tons of opportunity for advancement

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    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Philadelphia, PA
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Philadelphia, PA

    I have been working at Retail Business Development part-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Part time hours, full time pay! Weekly pay checks

    Cons

    No benefits, more hours weekly would be nice

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Better visibility to performance market to market

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    Positive Outlook
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    Rewards those that work hard!

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Retail Business Development

    Pros

    I started with RBD as a Sales Representative 17 months ago. 6 weeks later I was promoted to rtl (team leader). 5 1/2 months later Area Sales Manager 9 months after that Regional Director. As they say " Find a job you love and you'll never work a day in your life" I truly love that I do. I've had 7 people to date get promoted to management from under me and 2 of them have been promoted twice! This company grows leaders! Looking for a job to sharpen your skills and be a bridge to where you really wanna be this company great. Looking for a career where promotions are based on work ethic and results not seniority then you found it! My life changed when I ran accross their ad on Craigslist. Myself and my family are in a much better position!

    Cons

    Wish they had direct deposit but check has never came late, it would just save me a trip to the bank.

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    Wish I had done this sooner

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    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Newark, NJ
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Newark, NJ

    I have been working at Retail Business Development full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Flex Schedule. I don't have to stare at the same four walls of a warehouse, building or office. Pay and recognition for individual and team achievement. Great company culture that is developing us to be leaders. I've been here a couple of months and have seen a change in how I have looked at bosses in the past. At RBD, they are giving me events, tools, and opportunity. My manager equips me and my team, gives us freedom to be ourselves and helps us get to where we want to go. We've already grown into other cities since I've been here and my team crushes our sales every month and we get paid very nice commissions, bonuses and have sales contests all the time. We're given tablets or laptops -- my last job made me buy a smart phone.

    Cons

    No direct deposit, but I hear that's changing. Organization structure is a bit different and I have to go to my manager for everything, but she's good and makes sure all that I ask for is followed up on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    please get direct deposit as soon as possible.

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    Positive Outlook
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    Retail business development

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    Current Employee - Retail Team Leader
    Current Employee - Retail Team Leader

    I have been working at Retail Business Development full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Has a national contract with Walmart and other large retailers... thus there is a lot of customer traffic when reps are selling.

    Cons

    I am happy with the company, but I wish they would take the advice of people in the field more.

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  8. 3 people found this helpful  

    Fast Paced, thorough, and Uniquely Developed

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    Current Employee - RTL in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - RTL in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Retail Business Development full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Opportunity for growth, steady work for those who get bored easily with tedious jobs, salary comes with bonuses for management, but I also started as a rep Dec 14 2014 and was promoted in 6 weeks. Very competitive pay with incentive to sell MORE and MORE! The more you sell, the more commission you make, which is an awesome start! Team leads are very sturdy and supportive, Area sales managers are fast paced and positive, always looking for growth and ways to improve, regional directors are very hands on and also very supportive. A company that actually works with you! Team players left and right, selling product that literally sells itself, paid training, no experience required, its not who you know, but what you know. And what you can bring to the table! They take good care of me because I give it 100% effort!

    Cons

    Not for those who seek a job for an easy 300$ weekly paycheck! Hustle and male 300 a day, simple as that. Not everyone is made to sell, its 90% mental and 10% in your head. Self motivation is necessary, as well as strong minds and punctuality!

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    Strong company with opportunities to gain experience and has a great work environment.

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    Current Employee - Operations Coordinator in Saint Petersburg, FL
    Current Employee - Operations Coordinator in Saint Petersburg, FL

    I have been working at Retail Business Development full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Great work environment – I love the people that I work with. Lots of different backgrounds, age groups, and work experiences within the company. Everyone is friendly, helpful, and willing to help each other out. It is a very team work environment and feels as if we're working together to develop the company further and it is really exciting to be a part of.

    Offers challenges – Every day is different and never dull. It’s not an extremely difficult company to work for but there are times where brainstorming new effective ideas is needed. This allows room for bringing in creativity on how to help improve current processes.

    Rewarding – Many people use the word “rewarding” in different ways. My definition is that this company offers a lot of room for growth and development. I started off at an entry level position. As I grew with the company and learned the processes and how to operate the different systems, I was able to move into different departments and learned new things.

    Cons

    Communication - Since our Company has a lot of changes from time to time, I feel as if it is not communicated efficiently to the employees. This creates a lot of issues as well as complaints and therefore can get frustrating.

    Benefits – It’s not the best but it is offered.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Sometimes it feels as if employees are out of the loop when it comes to new things happening within the company. I think in order to better succeed as a team, higher level management should communicate it to the employees so we can all be better prepared for what is to come in the future.

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    Advancement Opportunities and Great People

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Retail Business Development full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Challenging work. Great people. Room for advancement. Promotions based on performance.

    Retail Business Development is a great place to start a career. I was a recent college graduate when I started working at RBD. I have learned more in the year that I have been with the company than I did in 4 years of college. I am not saying that college didn’t prepare me for the job, because it did, but rather that I learned how to work with people, communication, interpersonal skills, leadership; all the things that are learned rather than taught.

    Cons

    Communication between departments could be better. Last minute decisions that can lead to more issues than they are meant to fix.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Foster an atmosphere that appreciates open communication between departments.

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    Positive Outlook
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    Awesome People, BREAKNECK Speed

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Retail Business Development full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Working for RBD has been a growing experience. I want to be careful that I don't make it sound like everything has been GREAT and I've had nothing but glowing experiences, because there have been times I've been frustrated (like every other job), but I *can* say that working for a company that's expanding so fast that you can see it work through its growing pains and come out the other side better than it was at the beginning is pretty cool, especially when you're part of it. The company is (relatively) young and hungry, and I like the fact that if you want to offer a suggestion or discuss an issue, people that have the authority to make decisions are easy to get in touch with and are eager to lend an ear to your concerns; there's no red tape to go through just to find somebody that will listen. I like being able to contribute in ways that produce *real* results that you can watch happen before your eyes.

    The people that work there--at least the ones that care about working there--are amazing and some of us even hang out after work. It's a laid back environment (socially speaking) and everyone has a great sense of humor, which makes it easier to get through the day. My coworkers can take their frustrations and stresses and make them petty minutia, and even hilarious in the right circumstances.

    Cons

    Growing so fast can be a daunting thing to deal with. Most companies can ease into best practices and "the right way" as things progress over time, whereas we have to SLAM into the right way head-on at RBD because we don't have time for anything else. Some people can't handle it or get mortified at the pace at which things change, but I like viewing it as a challenge to "overcome" rather than get scared and run away with my tail between my legs.

    I don't usually write positive reviews... Really, who does write positive reviews, unless it's for a restaurant or a movie? I happened to see a few negative reviews when I searched online, and I found very few positive ones. I felt that it was wrong to leave everyone with that bad taste in their mouth. It's not a bad place, people just write bad reviews when they're salty, and they write nothing otherwise.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There needs to be a more realistic perspective on what jobs entail before hiring someone. When I see ads for RBD job opportunities online, they're all rainbows and unicorns, and that's not the way it is... I'm sure the ads are written with good intentions in order to get people hired, but people go into their jobs expecting rainbows and unicorns because that's what's advertised. My advice is to be BRUTALLY HONEST about what each job entails (people can handle it!) in order to get the right people, rather than the people that were EXPECTING rainbows and unicorns from the outset because that's what they were promised.

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    Positive Outlook
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