Good place to work if you are near a headquarters. Otherwise there is not much growth opportunity.
Pros: company car, cell phone, laptop, and benefits
Cons: they claim they promote from within but continuously bring in outside under qualified managers.
You start your day early meeting your customers. You met with customers either to present a new item, help them with a problem, sell a new solution, or as a follow up call. The customers for the most part liked Grainger so it was not to difficult to get in front of the customer. The down side was that we were so expensive on stuff it was hard to be competitive.