sales executive (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 22, 2015
poor incentives no motivation for improvement poor upper management bad pay few advancement opportunities employees are not treated very well by the company. takes forever for the upper management to do something they have said they were going to do unqualified/unorganized upper management.
Friendly and flexible
Poor compensation, horrible incentives, no motivation to better your sales.
Sales (Former Employee) – Salt Lake SCity, UT – October 9, 2015
I would go to work on time everyday. I consistently exceeded expectations. I followed the rules. One day I'm getting kudos for job well done, "your doing great" next day I'm getting fired for being paid commission on a few orders that didn't fulfill. The management runs around acting like a bunch of children. Inappropriate comments are always going around and no one seems to care. They are very demeaning and hard on you if you do not cross sale and get someone to purchase antivirus protection for a ridiculous amount that usually can't be used. This is a scam business. There are no women in management. All sales coaches are under qualified men.
PR Specialist/Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 10, 2015
Great place to work with supportive management and an extremely talented employee base. I most enjoyed working with people that I could learn from and inspired me to be my best. Tons of cultural activities and things to stay engaged with the company. Opportunities available to key players and top performers. Work hard, play hard.
free lunches, monthly culture activities, killer annual party, opportunities for tons of incentives, amazing people to work with, opportunities for development, 100% healthcare
lack of processes, constant changes in organizational structure
SALES (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 28, 2015
I had a good time working at clearlink, the culture was awesome, there was lots of room for advancement. It eventually went into a partnership with some other people and it has gone down hill since then.
Sales Agent (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 3, 2015
A typical day for me would be go into work, clock in and start answering phone calls. Some calls were extremely easy to sell while others required a lot of work. One of the hardest parts would be learning how to make your sells more efficient and knowing how to advise the customer. Trying to upsell customers was also difficult. The most enjoyable part of the job would probably be the people I work with and the incentives.