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"good sales jobs with large company"

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Former Employee - Client Development Consultant in Seattle, WA
Former Employee - Client Development Consultant in Seattle, WA
Recommends
No opinion of CEO

Pros

lots of customers to cross sell services

Cons

managers can be old school westlaw era folks

Advice to Management

keep innovating ion informations servcies , embrace saas and internet

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    "Once trained and experienced, start looking elsewhere for competitive wages."

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    Current Employee - Database Administrator in Brookfield, WI
    Current Employee - Database Administrator in Brookfield, WI
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Management is O.K. about personal time, Dr. appt's, Denists, something happening at home. Working from home allowed at times. Twice yearly review of your job, how are you doing, where do you want to go survey.

    Cons

    Twice yearly survey is not tied into pay or promotions. They will give you more responsibilities, sometimes a new title, but they will probably never give you salary wise what they are willing to pay, someone right off the street. No career path, very few promotions from within, little training to be promoted and if promoted, no wage adjustment. Too much on call. Free with praise, trinkets and 'at a boys' but not money, current salary 20% under street average. Too may ways to be fired. These are my opinions.

    Advice to Management

    It's o.k. to do salary reviews every year as you claim, but without wage adjustments, you're just training people for other companies. A difference of 20-40% in salary between two employees on the opposite side of a cubical wall, does not make for long term employee commitment. Pay attention as to why employees with 10+ years experience are leaving.


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    "A great place to work ... for a while."

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    Former Employee - Manager in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Manager in Los Angeles, CA
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Industry leader. Decent Compensation. Westlaw is the best product in the market, way better than the competitor Lexis Nexis.

    Cons

    Career advancement is difficult. You can stay in sales or account management, take a pay cut to go in to management and then wait for years to progress after that.

    Advice to Management

    respect your employees and pay them accordingly.

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