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- "The people are great the pace is fast and if you put the work in its rewarding." (in 16 reviews)
- "I just started working here but so far I like the job itself and the pay is decent." (in 15 reviews)
- "Good money if you are good at cut" (in 13 reviews)
- "Good coworkers, relaxed on slow says" (in 12 reviews)
- "some great managers but that's a personal thing in my opinion" (in 10 reviews)
- "Upper management hires all employees and a lot of the time is dishonest about pay when it comes to sale people and management." (in 19 reviews)
- "Horrible internal systems, management as well as infrastructure." (in 13 reviews)
- "Long hours and dealing with unhappy customers" (in 12 reviews)
- "CEO is absolutely crazy." (in 10 reviews)
- "Sorry but you lose commission on that sale even though it wasn't your fault." (in 8 reviews)
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- 5.0Jun 3, 2020Sales RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsParker, CO
They really care about their employees and are very flexible to your needs if you want to work part time to go back to school or if you have problems going on in your life.
It can be long hours sometimes (not a con to everyone) you do make more money if you work hard. There is high expectation of dedication for my job.
- 5.0May 5, 2020Sales RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSilverthorne, CO
I learned how to make some valuable connections with coworkers and learned how to d0 sales. Definitely recommend to friends. It afforded me the opportunity to increase my product knowledge and skill set to engage clients and building relationships with clients through rapport and understanding how to match client needs with a benefit or solution to enhance their client experience.
Long hours and dealing with unhappy customers
- 1.0Aug 29, 2023Product SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsThornton, CO
Nothing. Worst company I’ve ever worked for.
Everything. Won’t disclose how you’re paid. Do everything to withhold your commission. Required to work 50 hour weeks and then forced to do mandatory unpaid training on your Days off. They sell used things and will deny it3
- 1.0Oct 9, 2013Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearDenver, CO
- Steady paycheck (for corporate employees) - some of your coworkers are nice enough - some advancement available (if you can tolerate it long enough and not ask questions)
This company uses a military-like outlook on their employees and treat them terribly. They toe the line with ethics in the way they treat employees and customers with issues. CEO micromanages every aspect of almost every employee (about 300 people) down to the part where he makes audio recordings of every person's daily instructions and hands them out en masse at the beginning of the day. He will also yell at you in front of everyone, even throwing out curse words and derogatory statements. Management follows the same strategy; reasoning for doing anything always includes some aspect of 'do it this way or chuck - CEO- will get angry' (which meant he would come and yell at you at the top of his lungs in front of everyone). Always managing by fear, not inspiration. There is (understandably) an extremely high turnover rate. That means they hire quickly, and they hire people without a lot of experience. I got no training in my job because I was quickly replacing someone who left suddenly, who had only been there for 3 months and had replaced someone ELSE who left suddenly. Management didn't know what i was supposed to do day-to-day, only what weekly reports I was responsible for turning in. Mandatory overtime means up to 50 hours for hourly employees, and up to 65 hrs a week for salaried employees (who get no overtime pay, and are at risk of being fired if they are not physically in the office for those hours) Clocking in and out is hounded by-the-minute and even 1 minute late can land you in the CEO's office being fired (you're easily replaceable by the 3 new naive people they hired that week). No paid vacation until AFTER a year, and only a few sick days allotted (but extremely frowned upon if you try to call in sick) I've worked a lot of jobs, but I've never been treated so poorly by anyone in my life, and it wasn't just from one person - it's the mentality of the entire management, especially in corporate office. Expectations are way too high and are unreasonable for anyone all-around: from sales goals to expected hours worked to production rate.11
- 2.0May 24, 2018Recycling ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsThornton, CO
Working in the warehouse I received a lot of responsibility and learned how to manage and keep a warehouse functioning. I learned a lot of greatt things which I can use in a warehouse job that is not to far away from my house.
The warehouse job was always . The traffic was terrible. If there happened to be one accident it would take you over 2 hours to get to work and 2 hours home. Four hours on the road aday just is not worth my time
- 5.0Jan 2, 2023Sales AssociateCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCincinnati, OH
As with any sales culture, successful sales people are result driven, passionate and not afraid to work over weekends, evenings. Before accepting a job here, one should ask what they aren't willing to do to be successful.
Need work over some weekends and sometimes long hours.
- 1.0Oct 23, 2019SalesFormer Employee, less than 1 yearThornton, CO
Was close to home. Nothing else.
Most boring job I ever accepted. Nobody told me 50+ hours a week was mandatory due to their salary loophole. Ridiculous training and computer sales system. Supervisor was a nice guy, but I wanted to jump out the 3rd story window almost every day listing ice makers and stove parts in Excel spreadsheets. Half the people in the department just texted and talked. The most uninteresting and dry position I ever suffered through. It was pure torture. The people in the showroom floor were unapproachable and had horrible attitudes. That place was bad news all around.4
- 1.0Jun 6, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearThornton, CO
Don't know why I even started working here. Only if you're desperate. People are awesome to work with. Met so many nice people.
Terrible pay for the amount of work and hours put into the job. Very unorganized. Turn over rate is the highest I've ever seen in a single company. Employees are treated terribly.5
- 3.0Aug 1, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Opportunity for good pay and it's physical so you won't need to work out
Way too many hours and the commission averages out to a very low hourly rate after all the hours. High turn over rate so people are constantly having to pick up slack for others. Big paychecks make it seem worth it but its not1