Training at Reynolds and Reynolds
Document and Marketing Sales Trainee (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – May 16, 2016
Typically we start our morning reviewing email and putting the fishing touches on objectives for the day ahead. We visit 2-5 dealerships a say, then begin working on office work such as proofs and quotes. There is a lot of flexibility at Reynolds, but there is not a lot of opportunity for advancement because of the high employee retention. The hardest part of the job was relating to the all male, baby boomer management. One positive is that you have a base of products that you will sell every month. There is not a lot of new customers to target though. You will up-sell within assigned accounts. What I learned working here is that every move you make has to be carefully planed, because if you do not relate to one customer well you will have a hard time winning new business with him, and you do not have new leads to go target.
Assigned accounts, flexible hours, good products
Not alot of opportunity for growth, you pay for your company car, healthcare