Pros: great work environment, managers and co-workers are all fantastic, good pay
Cons: slow sales months were difficult, expected to perform even when there are no customers, you can be transferred a lot
The employees and managers at Sprint are fantastic. It is an extremely competetive environment, where Retail Consultants and Lead Retail Consultants are constantly competing with each other, and working as a team at the same time. Everyone has their sales goals, and wants to exceed them to 200%. In order to keep the store a success, everyone is constantly helping everyone else. We have weekly meetings to talk about the wek, where we fell short, and how we can improve. Every Sprint store that I worked in felt like home to me, and all of my co-workers were my close friends. I learned how to be responible, independent, to be a team player as well as independently successful,
The hardest part about working at Sprint was how often I was moved around. When I felt settled somewhere making a name for myself with the customers, I would get a call from my District Manager telling me that I had to help out at another store. In that hardship, I made a lot of life-long friends in each store, so I am also very greatful for the opportunities I was given.