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Updated Sep 21, 2023

    1. 5.0
      Aug 15, 2023
      Operations Manager
      Former Employee, less than 1 year
      Wildomar, CA
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      Great co-workers, start with Franchise owner. Pay was respectable and yearly bonuses was paid. In-house installer training. Centrally located.


      Computer Database lacking, taking longer to research customer jobs.

      1. 1.0
        Sep 21, 2023
        Sales Representative
        Current Employee, less than 1 year
        San Antonio, TX
        CEO Approval
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        You get to see a little bit of Texas. Also, the commission is pretty high if you actually sell something.


        Never in my life have I had such a horrible experience like I did here. They make you record every single one of your appointments, if you do not follow the process, absolutely verbatim, they chew you out of and down. it is super pushy, if you end up, not selling it, a manager will chew you out about the fact that you did something wrong just because you did not sell it. They also make you role-play every single day. Random meetings, all the time, which usually consist of at least an hour to sometimes four hours. There’s absolutely no work, life, balance, or whatsoever, they could absolutely care less about if you make money. Also, they do not pay for your gas, they will send you all over the state of Texas yet expect you to not financially struggle whatsoever at the beginning. The owner will call you a loser if you are not closing at a certain percentage. What also is very comical is the fact that they consider credit fails part of your closing percentage. They have this so-called process that they think works, but it only works for somebody who is not educated on bathroom materials and also somebody who has just chunks of money that they do not care to spend. If you actually look at the cost of labor … The cost of labor is only about 10% and the materials cost to nothing. This company makes so much money and profit, yet they can hardly take care of their employees. Also, definitely a male dominated field, if you are a woman, definitely do not even bother working here, they will degrade you and treat you like absolute crap. They beg you to get reviews from people, which all of them are completely fluffed. They try to harass them and to not canceling. This company really needs restructuring and needs to learn how to treat their sales people, because ultimately the sales representatives are the ones that are making this company so so much money. The lack of communication in this company is unreal as well. All I can say is if you want to work for a company who promises everything in the world, yet continuously, screws you over and tries to destroy you, this is the company! There’s absolutely no room for growth, and they only give good appointments to people that they either like, or people that have a super high closed rate, they do not try to spread the leaves out equally, you’ll even go three or four days without anything. Just please take my advice and don’t bother with this company, they try to destroy people.

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      Bath Planet has an overall rating of 3.2 out of 5, based on over 104 reviews left anonymously by employees. 39% of employees would recommend working at Bath Planet to a friend and 48% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has been stable over the past 12 months.

      According to anonymously submitted Glassdoor reviews, Bath Planet employees rate their compensation and benefits as 3.2 out of 5. Find out more about salaries and benefits at Bath Planet. This rating has decreased by -2% over the last 12 months.

      39% of Bath Planet employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Bath Planet 3.0 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.0 for culture and values and 3.1 for career opportunities.

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      Customer Service Representative CSR

      I had an interview this afternoon for a customer service position in a call center. The ad was very vague to begin with and at the end of it I felt like I really didn't know anything more about the job. When I asked about the starting pay, which was not published in the ad, they looked incredulous (they were doing on-the-spot hiring today) and then asked me "What's your range?" And only responded with "I think we could meet that." And still never gave me a straight answer. Is this a red flag?


      Software Engineer

      I did my initial interview with a “better established” startup and they said the interview process is 5 interviews. 3 technical then 1 interview with the CEO then another technical interview. Idk about you but that seems like a lot of interviews and they said they want to do it as fast as possible in a short time span. Is this a normal amount of interviews? Is this a red flag? For a full stack software position 4-5 years exp how much salary should be the norm in a hcol area?


      Business Analyst

      Is it unprofessional to attend a Zoom interview from within your car? I am currently employed and just landed an interview for tomorrow. It is a virtual interview over Zoom. Should I try to find somewhere besides my car for the interview? I don't know that I could but wanted to get yalls thoughts on this.


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