I enjoyed working here. This was a one girl office among men.
Accounts Receivable Clerk/ Sales (Former Employee), Valley View, OH – October 25, 2013
Pros: i injoyed the trust that was given to me.
Cons: there was none.
I have access to the building so I could get a jump on the days work. I plan my day in order that needs to be done right away. This included running statements, billing customers, account recievables, handled multiple phone lines, took care of customers questions regarding their bills and taking orders. Worked in the warehouse when needed, also deliverd – more... merchadise to costomers. Prepared for month end and year end closings. may deposits daily to the bank. – less
Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee), Georgis – September 29, 2013
Pros: flexible hours, decent benefits.
Cons: no vehicle allowance, no mileage reimbursement, no gas card.
Good company to work for. Benefits are as good or bad as anyone's these days. No car allowance, no gas reimbursement unless you have to travel out of town overnight and then it's a pittance of a per-diem considering it has to cover meals, fuel, and hotel stay. You abuse your vehicle to the tune of 50k miles a year for the company and most of the time – more... you are footing the bill for it.
Too many hands in the pot to be competitive and earn decent commission. The home office sells all of the products to it's branch locations at a profit and then you have to try and sell it and still make money. These days with the internet, customers are pretty savvy. It's very competitive and in order to get the sale sometimes it is necessary to sell items with a razor thin margin because MTS is making profit on you and then on your customer and they don't care that you make no money as long as they do. Their solution? You have to sell yourself, sell the company, sell the warranty, sell the service and price will not be an issue. – less
Picker packer forklift driver (Current Employee), Southaven, MS – August 25, 2013
I am currently employed by Myers Tire Supply and I have loved every second of it. It is a very easy job and has a great management system. Great benefits. There is no hard part of the job. I moved up within 30 days of being with the company. I have great co-workers. It is just an all around great job!! Highly Recommended
Territory Manager (Former Employee), Minneapolis, MN – March 22, 2012
Pros: great product
I managed a three state sales territory.Took care of 300 regular and repeat customers,selling them new product,inventory control,and training. I learned how to work independently and responsibly to effectively manage my time. My branch manager was a super boss,she worked with us to help create more sales. My co-workers were like a great big family.We – more... all helped each other suceed. The hardest part of this job was to get to each and every customer as much as I would like. I really enjoyed being on the road and building a sales territory,making long lasting relationships. – less