Quality Control (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – November 26, 2018
They treat you like scum. They cheat you out of your money every paycheck. Everyone there is guilty of contributing to the high school drama atmosphere. "The backroom" is the worst place to move into. The morning manager is a boss, not a leader. Micromanages everyone, is write-up happy, to keep them in their place. Seriously, don't work here ever.
Treatment, dirty office, fleas, rats, cheat homeowners, lack of communication, home wreckers run the place
If you love to sell off a sales pitch sheet this is for you. Total scam. They say youll make $250-300 for training, yet they take that off your first commission check which they fail to tell you about. I never got any pay because I quit and they don't pay unless you sell so they can take it from your commission. Stay away!!!!!
Marketing Director (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 23, 2018
Unless you love driving back and forth across the state on any give day and lying to people about the quality of the work/materials, don’t do it. Had to bite my tongue when owner began preaching his version of religion in nearly every weekly sales call and telling lies about when he was selling 30 years ago. No integrity in this company, period. Run, don’t walk away
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 2, 2018
It's a very nice place to work but it also is a lot of pressure and then there's a lot of questions that's being unanswered when it comes down to finding out why you're not making the money that he was pumped up in training to think you were going to make when you are doing enough lead setting to obtain that
if you don't know how to sell over the phone good luck
Representative (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – June 8, 2018
this job can only work if you can sell over the phone in the span of 10 seconds before they hang up on you. that is about it nothing more. oh and mentally perpare yourself to slowly decline into depression.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – April 17, 2018
This place if very easy to work at if you are good at talking to people. because thats all that you do is call people and try to sell windows and siding. there was usually little drawings at the end of the day that everyone who sold something is entered into with prizes such as free starbucks drink or some kind of gift card like that. sometimes even a little cash. usually only got one break per day because everyone usually gets part time shifts
Marketing director HAHA (Former Employee) – Colorado – April 11, 2018
You spend a full week getting trained to cheat yourself out of commissions. Then they send you 100s of miles away with the promise of a lead. 9 out of 10 leads are bogus. People look at you and say "What K huh?" You can't call the leads first to see if they are for real. You can't call the lead generators before you hit the house. They do have some good leads but the managers keep those for themselves. It was the most horrible work experience of my life.
Marketing Director (Former Employee) – Rancho Cordova, CA – April 4, 2018
K- Designers has a great training and sales system that has helped me in every job since then. Constant motivation and accountability and training was provided, This only helped me become better at my job and make more money.
Telemarketing Executive (Former Employee) – Gold River, CA – February 8, 2018
i would never want to go back to working for k designers. the management did not train their employees to par. it was a stressful job with people always on your back forcing you to follow script no matter who you talked to and expected us to make appointments for their sales reps to come over and herass them at their homes.