Mission: “As a leader in Office Technology, we are a diverse group of passionate people with a culture of continuous improvement.
By working together we build partnerships and create experiences that improve our customers, our employees and the communities ...
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Happy New Year from CBS! We look forward to speaking with you in 2018!
Our interview process is just as much for you, the candidate, as it is for us your future potential employer. We understand you are interviewing us too so we want to make sure you're exposed to not just the functions of the role you're considering but also the people you will potentially work with. It all starts with a phone interview with HR or the hiring manager to see if we are right for you or even a brief discovery call to just get the conversation started.
At CBS, a Xerox Company, you will enjoy a comprehensive training and on-boarding process coupled with opportunities for on-going learning and development. By joining the CBS family, you will learn with a hands-on approach with access to:
Competitive base salaries (+ uncapped commissions & bonus potential depending on the role)
Medical, Dental, & Vision
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
Healthcare & Dependent Care
Basic & Supplemental Life/AD&D
Supplemental Spouse & Child Life/AD&D
Company Matched 401(k) Retirement Plan
Long & Short Term Disability Basic / Buy Up
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Voluntary Insurance: Critical Illness & Accident
Paid Vacations & Holidays
Hyatt Legal Plan
Employee Referral Bonus Opportunities
Xerox Employee Discount Program
President’s Trip Incentive
MetLife Discount Auto/Home Insurance
Regardless of the role, the traits we look for in talent tie into our mission:
We promote from within to ensure consistency in our culture & values but there is no ONE set career path here. Why? Because it's up to you where you want your career to take you but we will do whatever we can to help get you there! Take for example, our Leadership Development Program that's designed to help employees interested in advancing themselves within the organization.
In 2016, there were 35 promotions within CBS, 24 YTD, and more on it's way!
The executive team of CBS, ( which includes our President Jay), all started here in other roles where they learned the "CBS way" and helped contribute to our success as a whole and others within the organization.
So to answer what type of growth there is, simple....organic.
With headquarters in CT, we are proud to be voted as a HBJ Best Place to Work in CT, 3 years in a row!
Other companies may offer internships where you’re running to get bagels and coffee for everyone but NOT at CBS! (Don’t get us wrong, we love bagels and coffee but it is not an internship requirement.)
By joining CBS as a Sales Intern you are becoming a member of a top performing Sales Team and will be learning from the best!
The CBS Sales Internship Program is designed to prepare students and/or recent college graduates to progress into a full-time Sales role within CBS. Various skills and knowledge needed to do so will be gained by working closely with our local Sales Teams and Managers.
This is a paid internship, and to give you a real taste of a performance driven role, we’ve put together various bonus opportunities for our sales interns to work towards during and after their internship.
With so much growth potential, we are looking for individuals in search of a career NOT just a job.
Interested in working for a company like CBS but can’t find a suitable location?
With locations in four states, CBS is 1 of 40+ Global Imaging Systems Companies serving customers all across the United States.
I have been working at Connecticut Business Systems full-time
Everyone needs what we have! Recession Proof!
Competition sullies our profession and sells based on price.
Advice to Management
Give high base pay
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Connecticut Business Systems in January 2016.
I was referred to CBS by a friend. I reached out to the recruiter and she returned my call quickly. First was the phone interview with the recruiter. It lasted maybe 10-12mins and was pretty basic. Next I completed the Chally personality test. It was lengthy, but personality test, with most companies are almost standard this day in age. My first in person interview was with the company's director of sales. The next step was a ride along with a sales rep so I could experience what I'd be doing on a day-to-day basis. The third and final interview was with a sales manager and the VP of sales, followed by an interview with the president of the company- which required me to do a PowerPoint presentation on a product or service I currently sold. Honestly I was really prepared so I didn't feel nervous during the interview process.