After successfully working in Sales in this industry for over 20 years, I joined Dead River just as it was getting busy. Training was quick and then done. Territory to cover included half (or more) of the state of NH. Rose to top 50% in sales for company within 3 months, and was then let go. Management doesn't want to work with hard-working employees to better the situation and would rather place that workload on the remaining (overworked) staff. It's too bad. I could have made that company a lot of money like I did for my previous employer!
Dealing with poor management.
Every single thing. There is not a moment you go without stress. It's a domino effect. People don't do their jobs correctly because the training program when you first start is terrible. Which leads to your job not being able to be done correctly. Management just doesn't care. If you speak up you get fired. If your life goal is to be a puppet on a string that is treated poorly - this is the job for you.
Answered - Routing Specialist (Former Employee) - Woodstock, VT
Dealing with the poor management
Answered - Head Shop Fleet Mechanic (Former Employee) - Woodstock, VT