Work/Life Balance Could be Better
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – October 25, 2017
Sales is where the money is in the company but you better be prepared to work constantly and you better hit your numbers.
The company offers no actual time off for it's sales professionals so most sales people only take time off if they are ahead on their numbers and there is no chance to do any type of "reset" with official vacation, or sick, time.
In addition, sales compensation structure changes virtually every year and it can even be changed at any time during the year based on the company's discretion. They do, however, make changes that can benefit the sales representative.
One of the big issues I see with the company moving forward is that there is an extreme focus on new sales in a market that is completely saturated without nearly enough focus on innovation to support these sales goals.
Depending on where you are located there can be a great deal of flexibility in the job and the ability to set your own schedule.
Benefits, flexibility, mid level management
Work Life Balance, unpredictable compensation