MobileOne Benefits FAQ

Read what MobileOne employees think about benefits at the company.

The most popular benefit at MobileOne is Health Insurance. If you want to see a full list of benefits and perks at MobileOne listed by categories, head to their Benefits page. From insurance, health and wellness to vacation and more, find out what you could benefit from when working at MobileOne.

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What are perks and other benefits like at MobileOne?

3 English reviews out of 3

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June 6, 2019

Pros

High advancement, good benefits, pay is based on you.

Cons

Lack of employees, turn over rate for representatives.

High advancement, good benefits, pay is based on you.

June 6, 2019

Reviewed by: Retail Store Manager in Snohomish, WA (Current Employee)

March 12, 2021

Pros

-decent training -great customer service and sales experience -flexible with your schedule as long as you share a few weeks in advance -it really is about who you work with that will either make or break your experience here

Cons

-paid lower compared to corporate stores -constant pay structure changes to commission payout -constant pressure to hit metrics -weak benefits

Advice to Management

It was an overall good experience, but fight harder for your employees that are on the floor. They’re essential and human, so they should be treated so.

weak benefits

March 12, 2021

Reviewed by: Mobile Expert in San Jose, CA (Former Employee)

April 30, 2019

Pros

-somewhat easy to advance -occasional spiffs

Cons

-Managers are mandated to work 11 hour days (9AM-8PM) -Salary and commission structure for managers is a joke. We put a lot of work in and get little out of it. There’s reps whose commission portion of their check is more than the commission of some managers -Bay area market has a lot of favoritism. Seems like stores are given to people who are friends with regionals -Regionals put you into a store that they want you in. They don’t put into consideration your commute. My commute was 100 miles/ day and I wasn’t reimbursed a single penny, and UM could cares less -upper management preaches work life balance yet they have us work open to close without additional OT or pay. Balance is so bad, they expect you to essentially work even on your days off. (Ex: posting in group chats, attending phone calls, and attending in person meetings on days off) -Managers are micromanaged severely to the point where regionals and other higher ups will watch cameras in-store to see what we’re up to. -Culture of the company was great a few years back but definitely has gone down since.

Advice to Management

Take care of your people and you’ll see the return. There’s a reason why so many managers quit within the last year. We’re not getting the appreciation we deserve.

occasional spiffs

April 30, 2019

Reviewed by: Store Manager in San Jose, CA (Current Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3