Good training classes but very short; on the floor training
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Clearwater, FL – June 26, 2017
This company has great potential but very rigid. /they will hire you for residential accounts but after finishing your training classes they put you on the floor for commercial accounts, which are very difficult to achieve as a trainer. I don't agree with this method of training because if a person doesn't have to skills for commercial accounts it can be very frustrating. This causes on to not do well. On the other hand if you have commercial experience you can make a lot of money. Advancements are slim to none unless you have been there for a couple of years, most don't have the desire to stay there that long not unless they work in admin.
mental deprivation with commercial accounts