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From an Inside Sales Agent point of view the job is mediocre. Cons are no advancement, no raises whatsoever, their CRM (system) is a joke, very unorganized, way too many meaningless meetings that fit into productivity, my workplace was 3 steps away from the break room so I was constantly disrupted, poor communication amongst the employees, a whole lot of negativity and gossip. Pros are the manager is understanding and always trying his best despite having a poor staff and it was close to my home so economical with gas.. I couldn’t see no ambitious person doing this for their whole life. It’s a stepping stone for experience and young people who may have night school on the side

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Listen and have questions ready about things like RESIDUALS and income. If you're happy with a small base, it looks like a good company. It took a lot of BS to figure out how to get the interviewer to answer my questions straight on. It is all new business, no residuals on the business you make. It is a first call/close sale. The problem here is that create a very low referral rate. If you're not following up on your leads and business clients (post close), you will not get referrals especially if they call into cal center and inside sales dept instead of the actual sales person. Get ready to create a ton of business for what they pay you.

Once I determined that I would only be paid commission on new business only, our interview deteriorated quickly. He was happy to get off the phone when I began asking standard sales consultant questions. We didn't even get to my background as a sales consultant. It was easy to see that the interviewer was not prepared to get an experienced sales professional asking questions about the job. Good luck!

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Keep on making phone calls all day, everyday .

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I worked there for years, and never got a raise.

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Wow ! No drug test. That's a first.

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On average worked 12 hours per day

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It took me one year. I needed money for the down payment. I was working a security job. My second-hand vehicle kept breaking down. The money I saved up I needed to use to fix my vehicle. I saved $1500. I ran into their office with my money order. I began the training course. It was the best experience.

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Do I like cleaning!

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