Let me just preface this by saying I was a model employee who exceeded their sales targets consistently every month. Overall this company is great and I enjoyed the environment i was in and all my coworkers. It was like a little family, which turned out to be a curse to new employees. The starting salary is horrendous for a inside sales job ($32,500) with bridge payments ($10,000) that decrease every year for 3 years. The commission structure is set up to reward the longer tenured employees who have established Enterprise accounts. After grinding and creating a solid book of business and being on pace to bring in over a million dollars for the year, I had nothing to show for it. My best month I made $500 in commissions after selling close to 200k in products. After doing research into similar companies this is the worst commission structure for the type of work we do. The other problem is how close all the older tenured employers are. Most of the people in our office have been working together for over 5 years with no new hires. With that being said, there was a lot favoritism within management to give the active buying accounts to their closest friends instead of spreading out to people who consistently show up and work hard. The company has a great future, but they need to adapt to the times and compensate emoyees equally to what the competition is.
Great benefits, free lunches, trainings
Poor compensation, favoritism, no career growth