I have been working at Live Commercial Advertising full-time (More than a year)
I have never worked for a company such as Live Commercial Advertising. This place surrounds you with positive, hard-working, and driven individuals who are all willing to selflessly help each other grow on a daily basis. I was skeptical when I first started because this opportunity sounded too good to be true. The recruiters made claims that this was a “fast track” to management, and I would learn the equivalent of a college education in just a few short months. Six months of real world experiences here far outweigh years of book smarts in value, and this can be a paradigm shift for a lot of people. I started the company at the entry level position, which is where everybody starts. Have decades of marketing experience, start at entry level. Just out of college with a marketing degree, start at entry level. Experience supervising hundreds of people, start at entry level. Used to make six figure incomes, start at entry level. This is a unique opportunity where many find it difficult to adapt to. This will push you out of your comfort zone. I’ve learned and consumed more knowledge in marketing and management than I could have ever imagined in my entire life. The more I learn here, the more I realize what I don’t know. I’ve been with the company for over a year and am fortunate enough to have worked myself into an assistant management position. I am now more career oriented and more positive as a person overall because of all the lessons learned through the training program.
Success comes with a lot of hard work and dedication. There were times that I wish I could have more free time to spend with my friends. There were times that I was exhausted at the end of a long day. I understand that these are just temporary hardships sacrificed as building blocks for long term success. I would do it all over again in a heart beat.
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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