Pros: networking, monthly incentive bonus, managing my own schedule, mileage reimbursements, company credit card, working with franchises, exposed to something new every day, going into client facilities and seeing how all different products are made.
Cons: being laid-off. hard to get answers from corperate, constant travel/driving.
* 3 weekly management meetings/ conference calls.
* Monday through Thursday traveled throughout New England and Eastern New York servicing franchise branches and clients.
* Friday's were office days to get caught up on all administrative duties and reporting from the field.
* Follow-up with branches and clients to let them know progress is being made – more... on action items from visits and trainings.
* Potential monthly incentive bonus.
* Time management was key due to the fact that I made my own schedule to fit the needs of our branches and clients we served.
* Co-workers were a pleasure to work with and very helpful when I was first hired.
* Hardest part of the job was by far the constant travel and not knowing what time you might get home. Finding out they had to make cuts within the company and being laid-off.
* Networking and being able to help out or give suggestion to mitigate any risk or potential risk. Also working with the franchises that I did while with Select. – less