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I worked at Einstein Industries full-time (More than a year)
I worked directly under a couple great people so I was able to learn alot and do quite well in a short period of time.
Lack of training, pay cuts, low ceiling in regards to earning potential, turn and burn factory mentality in the sales department
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I was lucky enough to work directly under Senior Regional Manager Mike Berman. He’s been with the company 11 years, has a wealth of industry knowledge, and a genuine concern for the company, his customers, and his sales team. He’s a great mentor and just about everything I learned in my time at Einstein came directly from Mike. While the guys upstairs were always trying to find ways to pay us less, Mike spent a significant amount of time and energy teaching the sales team how to be successful. He understand that great sales professionals are the backbone to any successful company and is truly passionate about what he does.
I applied online. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Einstein Industries (San Diego, CA) in October 2015.
I replied to a add on LinkedIn and was emailed the next day. The HR manager spoke with me on the phone for about 20 minutes, then scheduled my to come in the following day for an in person interview. I arrived early, what I noticed was the office seemed small and put together quickly I can't exactly explain it but for a company that has been around for a while it looked cheap. There were exposed taped wires cheap computers and tv and it wasn't very clean. There were about 30 desk and maybe 7 employees were working and not one of them greeted me or even made eye contact with me. I found that every strange. When I signed in there was about 10 people who had already interviewed and it was still about two hours before lunch. I feel like the company may just interview a lot of people for some kind of numbers game, maybe they get money per interview. Not sure. But there really wasn't many employees working. When I was Interviewed it was exactly 6 Min I guess I was a little nervous but the questions were about my background and other bland questions the people who interviewed me looked like very young people with not too much experience themselves. Before I left they said they would call be , which they did not they emailed me the next morning basically saying they meet so many strong candidates they were going to pursue and although they were impressed they were going with the other candidates. It didn't really make sense to me but I really feel they don't really hire people there anyways or that it's a real job I don't know. If they were truly looking for for talent and to thrive in more sales , which clearly they need, that would be hiring people like myself but I'm sure I dodged a bullet. The salary was pretty low and actually the next day I got a great offer with a great company for 2 X more the salary. I just wanted to write this so people out there who go for an interview are aware based on my experience and others. Personally I would not waste my time.
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Should a 20% drop in web traffic be cause for alarm? It all depends... Sigrid Tehrani describes this very situation with a client who feared his website was tanking. What we found when the Einstein team dug into the numbers??? Amazing.
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