Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Arkansas – December 6, 2017
My direct reports are great and work to help me improve on a daily basis. The company tends to show favoritism towards a select few and they look the other way when those same stores conduct shady business. The vast majority of the stores feel the same way. You are expected to be the inventory department, IT, and janitor on top of sales rep. Inventory levels are always low and it is like pulling teeth to try and improve.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Conway, AR – September 3, 2017
Upper management excellent. Teams are nice and the stores are clean and well organized. The opportunity for advancement is there if you are young. They tend to stay away from promoting older employess.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Clarksville, AR – August 13, 2017
This place is the pits. You start out making barely minimum wage. You are given a sales goal and if you do not reach the goal you do not get any commission. You are placed in a tiny store with several other employees where customers rarely appear, so when they come in you have to basically rush to them to get any kind of commission. The management took it personally when you asked for time off and they were happy to promise you whatever you wanted to hire you only to pull the rug from under you when you reminded them of their promises. Have a personal life? Kiss it goodbye.
discounts on electronic accessories and first access to new technology
disturbing conversations by management, long hours, rude customers
Program Manager (Former Employee) – Hasbrouck Heights, NJ – June 14, 2017
I enjoyed my time at Apex Communications. I learned a lot about project management and was able to create and edit parts of programs I worked on. Travel was difficult with small children so I decided to switch careers..
Manager (Former Employee) – Moultrie, GA – May 29, 2017
I had a great working experience with my first manager and co-worker. Apex was a great work place and I loved my customers although when I fist started my commissions were great it all changed with the new commission structure but my hourly pay was great. Apex was sold out and no longer exists but if I could go back I would definitely would.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Van Buren, AR – April 11, 2017
I absolutely love my workplace! But I'm not meant to be a salesperson. It's hard for me to try and sell something I don't believe in or wouldn't agree with myself. I'm too honest of a person to lie about what I'm selling.
Fun coworkers, great benefits, boss works with my schedule
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Greenbrier, AR – October 14, 2016
An average work day involves working with floor traffic, cold calls, or getting out in the community passing out flyers and business cards. We work with phones, tablets, direct tv, digital life home automated security, and small business accounts. We also do some technical support, and deal with all customer complaints/concerns.
Great enviorment, great staff
Overcoming some objections and expectations that are not properly translated
a lot of travel, little pay, no reward or advancement
INSTALLER (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – December 3, 2015
A typical day is average, go to work, do your job, go home. But you may have to spend 4 hours a day on the road getting to and from that location. If you work at the main office in the Bay Area you are okay, but if you worked for the Inland Empire office they couldn't care less about you. You are just a means to make money to them. The worst part of the job was spending hours on the road, or weeks on the road. And dealing with poor management. But that is why the Inland Empire office closed down.
agent (Former Employee) – Camden, Arkansas – September 26, 2014
I enjoyed the customers, if you're a liar and love to lie to the people about products that is a rip off this is the job for you. A honest person will not be able to work for this company. Management is horrible.
Sales Rep/ Interpreter (Former Employee) – Hope, AR – July 31, 2014
Sell products to both existing and potential customers and clients Explain the usage educate new customers and explain the benefits of our company and products. Customer Service, greet, assist with bills, activations, data entry, networking, cell phone/computer programs and software.
Great local organization to work for and great people to work for.
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Forrest City, AR – July 9, 2012
A typical day at work evolves going in in the morning and getting the store clean and ready for customers that day. The rest of the day involves helping customers with their cellular products, bills, bill payments, and sales of new products.
Enjoyed the customers at this job and really enjoyed the way they would be smiling when they left the store because of my assistance with them! Was very self satisfying! This job required a lot of hours! 12 hours a day 6 days a week. Never had a lot of time for my daughter who is now 23. Co-workers were clowns but good at what they did. I learned so many things about cell phones.
free lunches 1 day every other week, self satisfaction, customers
long hours, on feet all day, nothing to do most of the day