Store Manager (Former Employee) – Ashburn, VA – May 21, 2012
As a marketstar employee i was a contractor under the Verizon fios program. When they closed down my store suddenly I was unable to find transfer or another similiar job in the area. I have now been unemployed for months.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – July 22, 2017
Interview process was exciting, new, and easy! Enjoyed working for company but didn't enjoy being managed electronically. Things weren't taken care of properly whenever there was an issue. Also my coworkers were laid off.
Intel - Enabling Manager (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – July 18, 2017
As an Intel Enabling Manager, it was a cool job for Tech Peeps! The Internet of Things was a huge part of Intel's top Initiatives and every industry was exploding with development. Our job was to align companies that fit the Intel enablement program, present their case and seek approval for an Assigned Engineer. Help be a driving force that initiated new business for Intel. Management had to change job objectives and functions regularly to help conform with the growing program within Intel. Hardest part was knowing the technical details of the IoT space. Extremely technical role.
Technology Services Specialist (Current Employee) – South Jordan, UT – July 7, 2017
I enjoyed my job. Unfortunately it is contract based. Now that our contract ended i'm now looking for work. I worked there for 2 years and enjoyed the management group. My direct manager was an outstanding individual who genuinely cared about his team. Best manager I've worked for. Good Pay and benefits if you can get on the right contract.
Team Activities, Good People, Health, Dental, Vision
Director of Client Services (Former Employee) – Raleigh-Durham, NC – July 6, 2017
Great organization, management is transparent and authentic and considerate of their employees. Outsourced contract sales is a difficult business and they are good at it. Compensation depends on a number of issues, but they're generous when they can be.
As a previous employee with MarketStar, there was much to be desired in the way of management. The company sends you into the field ill-prepared and with little to no confidence on what your job really is. As well, the company is horrible at communication, whether it be sending out promotional data or sales numbers.
Manager of Corporate Talent Development (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – June 17, 2017
Marketstar is a leader in the 3rd-party outsourced (Sales as a Service) industry. They consistently deliver exceptional results for their clients in the direct and channel sales programs. The people make this a wonderful place to work. The company is very dedicated to the employee and their family, as well as the local and global community.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Lodi, CA – June 12, 2017
No real complaints except for uncompensated overtime and travel. I understand this has been corrected. Interesting, varying assignments. Good training. Performance recognition. Overall? I enjoyed my time there.
There were new product training meetings once or twice a year at a remote location. Well planned and executed. No roommates help with the intense learning process.
Sales/Marketing (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – May 20, 2017
This is just a seasonal job. You can't rely on them if you are really needing money. But a good company to work with as you own your own time and you are free to accept and not accept the job if there is one.
District Sales Manager (Former Employee) – New York Tri-State Area – April 26, 2017
Managed sales teams around region. Toughest part is building new relationships. If you are great at skills such as communicating, team building, and believe in both individual and team goals life as a Manager becomes a successful career.
Regional sales and Training Manager (Former Employee) – Nationwide – March 27, 2017
Great company full of opportunity, they take calculated risks and trust success. There are many contracts to service and advancement is both north/South and lateral. The market directors know what they are doing and trust once earned is hardly questiomed.
Assistant Manager/Customer Service (Former Employee) – New Jersey – February 20, 2017
I had a good experience at Marketstar in the beginning when company first started. After a while the pay structure began to change and i wasn't getting a high pay out anymore and the management changed and everything became more strict and less of a friendly place to work.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – February 19, 2017
I am a professional Sales Rep. and believed all companies had a moral compass. This company tries hard to paint a perfect picture. Vicious personalities hide behind titles in Sr Management roles and thin out employee ranks at will. Talent and performance is not a guarantee for job security. If customer contracts fail mgmt axes all sales staff while they keep their jobs. Be careful working here.
Always having to watch your back -Most unprofessional & bullying Sr Mgmnt I've worked under.