Must commit yoyrself to job 100%, even on days off. Work/life balance is not a word in the Maycom vocubulary. Fun environment that required a lot of attention and effort to maintain. If you are not outspoken and cannot rsist being humble... do not apply.
Retail Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Port Saint Lucie, FL – August 8, 2018
Awesome to place work fun people. Learned how to be a sales consultant there. Will always remember my experiences. Strong management, hardest part of the job was coming into work and staying at work. Work with the other employees and meeting great quality people.
While the hype may seem fun at first, you’ll quickly realize it doesn’t have much substance. Location managers are expected to work 50 hrs a week + about all your spare time responding to group texts. Compensations get capped so if you’re okay at sales or it’s your first gig, give it a try but treat it as a temp job. Same for reps. If you’re looking for a good college job, you may like it here but make sure you keep your guard up and get out as quickly as you can. Definitely a more more more type sales strategy rather than development by qualified management. Most management is faking it till they can make it. Cell phone industry can be exciting but realistically online is the trend so don’t bank on this industry as a career unless you have no former training or degree. Especially not with a company like Maycom.
Compensation, stress, bad marketing, poor management on every level
Location Manager (Former Employee) – Florida – February 25, 2018
Despite being told that family comes first. It seems that only thing they expected from reps all the way up to management is that you are 100% dedicated to what they wanted. If that means spending all your time ONCE you get out of work in GroupMe chats or managers working open to close 6-7 days a week. They seemed to have not cared that we are humans and have families and lives away from the confines the store.
Manager (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – September 5, 2016
Please never go to work for this company . Long hours , upper management is awful! Only thing the general manager of the company can do is demean people and threaten them.....no time for your family and they have an interesting way of screwing with your commission
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Port Saint Lucie, FL – August 7, 2016
Slow to get required training and unrealistic goals with insufficient customer traffic. Lying was a normal daily skill and giving all the information was on a question only basis. If the customer didn't ask, we didn't tell them. Never got the required credentials to start my career off.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – South Carolina – April 26, 2016
I worked at Maycom for a year, from the start I had problems with the company. The upper management and back office team are very uneducated about Sprint and because of that they are constantly making things up as they go and every month they make it harder to get paid.
They want you to work more but not pay you for it. Pay isnt consistant.
Retail Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Pinellas Park, FL – June 15, 2015
A typical day at work for me consists of meeting new people and going over rate plans with them. I always learn and meet someone new every day. My co-workers are great and we all get along very well. There is no portion of my day that is to hard for me to overcome.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – port st lucie, FL – February 22, 2015
have customers that want new phones or want to join sprint. co workers and everyone was great to be around. there wasnt really anything hard about this job. enjoyable part is just working with the employees they are fun to be around.