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Lol. What Training? I was thrown in and told not to mess up. Then had to "train" coworkers after I had forged my way to understanding everything.
They give you a MIT book to go by. I wasn't given any assistance with mine but that was my experience and my personal opinion. Just take alot of notes and ask to have the person who is correcting a problem to show you how to do, sit down and do it, and follow up to make sure you know how to complete a directive or contract issue. If you need a contract up, and "Manamgemt" can resolve it, they payroll deduct your paycheck on what the company lost because of it. No joke!
The absolute worst I have ever experienced. If not for the previous management experience I had, I would have been lost from the first week. I received very little support from upper management. The only great thing I can say is that Bryan Flanagan was great. Everyone who sells, and wants to get better at what they do, should have a 4 day session with Mr. Flanagan. He was an eye opener.
No training for managers; you are expected to figure everything out on your own. New hire managers are left to rely on current managers that are so over-worked they often don't have time to help or explain thoroughly.
You learn more on the sales floor than in class