Sprint Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – October 24, 2017
Low job security, 50/50 chance of bad management. good pay. i liked the job i had but jobs were not always reliable as i got only 28 days notice i was being laid off from my job and this was not unusual for this company. i was told i would get severance pay and i did not.
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Field Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 5, 2017
my manager was a nice person but she did not know anything about how to train people. i should have been assigned to work with someone for a month but after two days of training I was put on my territory when i called asking for help i was told that i was trained for that i said ok stayed for one hour trying to figure the problem i know then this was not the job for me.
Generous pay compared to minimum wage in my area. Management isn't too bad. My manager was pretty straightforward; it's just a little tough to get in contact with your manager if you have an issue. I was offered a bonus for becoming a team member within a certain timeframe. Team members are awesome. It's almost like you get to work at your favorite stores temporarily to experience what it's like working there before you choose it as a career.
Compensation, Great colleagues, Bonuses, Flexible schedules, Everything is done online or over the phone
Lack of communication, delayed checks, geo-tracking, must verify hours worked
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This was a great place to work
Brand Ambassador/Promotional Model (Current Employee) – Jackson, MI – October 6, 2017
You have a lot of independence. The Pay is really nice. You get to learn new things and it fits right in if you have a busy life. You get a device to use for 3 weeks, the management are great and encouraging. You never feel alone and you can always call or text them if you have questions.
Operations Administrator (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 27, 2017
At first, I thought that I would really enjoy working for a place like 20/20. The atmosphere seemed really relaxed, and my supervisor was really great. However, there is no real training process in corporate, and it's very "sink-or-swim," depending on which department you work in, there's no flexibility in working remotely, even though each employee is issued their own laptop, and even if someone is able to advance in a new position, there can only be a pay raise increase of no more than 6%.
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Don't Waste Your Time
Small Business Account Manager (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – August 2, 2017
There is such a high turn-over rate in this company, and it doesn't take long for you to realize why. There is no management support, they don't tell you your schedule for the week until it's Sunday night and their compensation is less than fair. This company mismanages their employees and doesn't have clear leadership or direction. I also had many issues getting paid on time. There always seems to be something lacking with this company.
Poor management, Underpayment, Delayed Paychecks, High Turnover Rate
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 26, 2017
I really love working for this company! I'm able to make my own schedule and work when I like to. The people I have met have been overall very nice, and the job is pretty straight forward so it's very easy to pick up having little to no experience. All you need is a positive attitude and be willing to work with others!
Friendly co-workers, good hourly pay, very flexible schedule
Field Merchandising Manager (Former Employee) – Gary, IN – May 27, 2017
The Samsung Merchandising Manager job is easy as pie, let's get that clear. It's HECTIC AND CRAZY, because you have to hit on average 50 stores a week. The compensation is fine, but it would be better if they paid WEEKLY and no BI WEEKLY. THere is no work life balance, they want you out from 730 until 530 monday through friday.
Fun atmosphere, satisfying work
needs weekly pay, murder on your vehicle, no work life balance, needs quicker turnaround on mileage
Energy Consultant (Former Employee) – Bedford, TX – March 16, 2017
They actually pay good money with a steady fun job! Ended up selling Reliant NRG electricity plans and home security systems inside a WalMart kiosk. Very fun just stand around and pitch people walking by.
Guarantee pay with plans for bonus commissions on every sale.
Business Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 27, 2017
Manage project management team Utilize knowledge of millwork industry to provide a professional level of service. communicate effectively with general contractors and subcontractors and make sure all project are well delivered.