I worked at XpertTech full-time (More than a year)
Supportive and collegial environment. The Upper management is involved and engaged. Entrepreneurial outlook is richly rewarded and encouraged. As a female Sales Director, I was respected and provided ample flexibility to deal with family issues. A very understanding management as long as results are provided. I left due to family issues and the management was very supportive and accommodating with the exit. As a senior member, I was encouraged to provide training and coaching to other team members. A lot of focus on providing tools to employees.
I am appalled and honestly offended by a review posted by a 'former colleague' wherein her incompetence led to her termination. I find it personally offending that she is labeling all female sales leads in a negative light. I was accompanied to sales meetings initially by upper management, but after a few initial such meetings, I worked for 12 months without much involvement by upper management, unless requested. I do know that employees who were found working at TJ Max instead of being on sales calls, were asked to provide meeting logistics and details.
The company needs to be more selective is rooting out the negative team members and be better in hiring a well-balanced group. Better controls are needed to ensure everyone is contributing equally
Advice to Management
MORE SELECTIVE HIRING ...
I applied online. I interviewed at XpertTech (Boston, MA) in March 2017.
The first step was the recruiter calling me via phone. Then I spoke to the sales person from Xperttech. The next step was a call with the client manager and then a personal meeting with the client director.
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