Internal Auditor II (Field Sales Analyst III) (Former Employee), Aurora, CO – March 1, 2014
Pros: travel, various meeting locations, good income, fun
Cons: short lived - public image fell, company merger put 100's out of work
I had the great opportunity to work with a blue-chip company with some of the best leaders in the country. I traveled extensively throughout the Midwest and enjoyed every place I visited and every person I met. I worked with some very bright people who found fun in everything. It was a great experience. I didn't not enjoy anything about the duties.
Territory Manager (Current Employee), Houston Region – May 27, 2013
Pros: company car, cell allowance, internet allowance, 401k, health
Cons: few advancement opportunities, work/life balance isn't there, expect you to do more every single year.
This company is a great place to start a career since they give you a company car with pretty good benefits but advancement is far and few between. Hard work/life balance even though the company preaches that this needs to be better but they don't do anything about it. Every year at panels they expect you to keep piling more on your plate however if – more... someone does less than you but had lower expectations, they'll get a higher rating than you which means they'll get a higher bonus. – less
Territory Sales Manager II (Former Employee), SC, NC, GA – April 30, 2013
Pros: freedom and flexibilty
Cons: drive time, and admin time after work
Hardest part of the job was working all day then having to come home and put in more work in the office. Most enjoyable part was the freedom I had. My co workers were great to bounce ideas off of but the closest one was 2 hours away.. Managemnet was always very constuctive.