- Current Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Great to lure the young gradsJan 15, 2019 - Sales Representative in Tempe, AZRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
You will have the start up vibe and all the sodas and food to eat for free! The culture is upbeat and young.
Don’t let the high reviews fool you. I did and it was opposite. As a rep your making, 180 calls a day and 3.5 talk time. You must work every other weekend. Everything is measured and then analyzed. It’s too much metics. You can’t twist someone hand to make them want tutoring by guilt trip or making the customer feel bad spending $55 a hour on a tutor. It’s a hard sell and I can say that because I’ve sold for the last 20 years. It’s a boiler room and hardcore sales that makes it look like a great place to work. The rah rah attitude isn’t for everyone and works on younger crowds like new grads that never held a real job. I get it. It’s not for everyone looking at a computer screen for 10 hours a day. The ping pong table and free food is great way to show you care however it’s just a way from employees burning out. You need to give more work life balance or you’ll find more people will just get up and leave once something better comes along.Continue reading
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- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Toxic and misleadingMar 25, 2023 - Sales CoordinatorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Working remotely is the only benefit.
Very stressful role. Management scrutinizes your every move. This environment is very toxic, which explains why they must hold training classes so frequently to combat their turnover rate. The job mainly consists of leaving voicemails, talking to people who don’t want to be bothered, or reading from a mandatory script that is so long that customers are turned off. This job is mind numbing and I STRONGLY recommend finding something less chaotic. Low pay also. They offer bonuses if you achieve the goals they set for you, which are usually unachievable unless you work like a maniac.