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I have been working at Time Warner Cable full-time (Less than a year)
Strong compensation if you're willing to to play the same games everyone else did. The system could be rigged, and everyone did it. You received a bonus for each connection made during a given period, so you could schedule those customers you know would pass a background check during the same period and get a much larger connection bonus along with your commission. At times I made over 1k a week for a month, so the compensation is certainly there. That was certainly an acceptable income to a guy with no sales experience whatsoever during his first year. The management that was in place during my time there was absolutely fantastic.
Tough to sell when given a bad route. Without the connection bonus, your monthly income plummets. Routes are completely arbitrary. Sales quotas are way too high. The turnover rate, at least in the area I worked, was absurdly high. Whatever words I could give to it aren't enough to do it justice.
Advice to Management
Relax the sales quotas. Considerably. The people that lasted over a month were a good, hard working group who really gave their best effort. The environment among workers was to help those who lasted past a few weeks as much as possible. I've never had the pleasure of working with such a fantastic bunch. It's a shame the company lost that much talent because of their position on quotas. Wherever they are, they're improving the quality of someones staff...but not at Time Warner Cable.