Work wellbeing score is 61 out of 100
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Sales Representative in Arlington, TX
on March 28, 2023
Couldn’t have asked for a better team and mentors, they teach you everything you need to know on how to deal with all types of scenarios. They all care about you
Sale Rep in Virginia
on May 11, 2022
Terrible do not work here. Everything is very unprofessional and unorthodox. I had a terrible experience and regret working there. Overall do not waste time being a sales rep
Sales Representative in Cleveland, OH
on December 19, 2021
Backends and’s bonuses are fraud.Regular pay heavy restricted by red tape.They lie to employees to incentivize but never pay out to those whom have earned those prizes
Sales Representative in San Antonio, TX
on February 25, 2021
They want you to work without any proper training, they want you to go out and “prove yourself” by being able to run the credits and such before they show you how to properly do your job, I was often left stranded due to my manager putting his work before his employees, I really think this company has some work they need to do before they start outsourcing to find employees such as me
Sales Representative in Utah
on September 29, 2020
They sell you dreams here. They promise you the world to sign on with them but they never follow through with their word. Alder is a good place to learn how to sell alarms but not a good place to make money.
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Last updated: June 13, 2023
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Low $14,000
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