I have been working at Live Commercial Advertising full-time (Less than a year)
I have worked at Live Commercial for about 5 months. In that time, I have learned more about myself, sales, managing, and what a positive mind-set can do, than I have learned in the rest of my 20 years of job experience combined. The company culture and atmosphere are amazing. Every single day I am surrounded by people that are positive, complimentary, driven, and that want to learn and grow. People that see and understand the bigger picture, take pride in their work, and go above and beyond daily to succeed. But more importantly, every single person in this business is also dedicated to helping others learn and grow and become successful as well. What I have learned, and what I am working to accomplish with Live Commercial is invaluable. I could go to school for four years, and have a career for 15 years after that, and I still wouldn't have learned or accomplished what I have in the past 5 months with Live Commercial.
I did have to take a pay-cut to come to work here, and there is some hard work involved.. HOWEVER... the pay-cut is temporary, and the opportunity that this company offers is WELL worth a year or so (possibly less) of "less pay", and "hard work", while I steadily work up the ladder. It is a choice that is not right for everyone... but if you are the type of person that wants to have a different (better) life, that wants your hard work to pay off and be recognized, that wants to get out of the daily grind of a corporate or dead end job, and that is willing to put a little bit of time and effort to get that; this is definitely the right company for you!
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Live Commercial Advertising.
Scam company! Interviewed with a group of three individuals who looked uninterested and unprofessional. One of the interviewer was playing on his phone the entire time. The main interviewer repeatedly lied to me and tried to put a positive twist on negative aspects of the company. I specifically informed the representative who called me that i wasn't interested in a sales position. She reassured me that I was interviewing for a recruiter position. While at the interview, the agent told me that "everyone starts at the sales level and works their way up." After driving over an hour, it was extremely frustrating to realize I had been lied to." The interviewer attempted to convince me that " before you know it, you will be running your own sales team." Classic pyramid scheme.
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