Come prepared, do some research on the company. Spring looks for friendly team members who are not afraid to converse. If you don't have a lot of sales experience, that does not mean you are disqualified.
Answered by AT&T | Spring Mobile
Wasting time with your video interview reduces the "human factor". I have long experience with employment process, and Video interview is Not what I call a Fair Process. This is just one of the issues, want to talk about Age you secretly require?
Work at a corporate store where commission is more stable. Authorized retailers skim from the top and give crumbs to the bottom feeders. Stay away from spring mobile and prime communications.
Don't! Look at the feedback and reviews... remove the 'high ones' as spam from current 'employees' and it equals a job you don't want at pay that isn't even close to what they say it 'can be'!
The Sequim, WA location WILL NOT generate a higher tier income.
It's a small retirement town, many businesses have failed there.
Ask them what tier store you will be sent to. Slow stores equals minimum wage.
Skip it and go elsewhere. Spring treats employees terribly. One life, don't waste it at Spring!
Answered - Retail Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - California
Apply somewhere else. Save your time
Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Washington State
If you have previous sales experience you're pretty much hired on the spot
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Schererville, IN
Keep eye contact and make things personal like you've known them for a long time while also focusing on the culture. Research the culture and make sure you know what you're really aiming for.
Answered - Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - Manassas, VA