there was always monthly or qtrly slaes meetings.. very informative
territory salesman for Mantek (Former Employee) – Arlington, TX – September 18, 2018
I met a lifelong friend, my boss. who helped make me the salesman I became. Under his tutelage I earned nearly every award possible in the 4.5 years I was there. My territory became so large I wanted to hire 2 people to subdivide it and my boss agreed. His boss did not. I left. The territory folded and there has only been one rep in the past 20 years. As a favor to my old boss I trained her; she lasted 2 years and she went back to school teaching,
solid Fortune 500 company
could not see my point of view at the high level. it cost them me and about $800k in sales
Had to drive 300-400 miles almost daily with very little reimbursement for gas. It took usually 4 weeks to receive reimbursement. The prices of the products were 4-6 times more expensive than any other competitors, thus making them very difficult to sell. The most enjoyable part of the job were the relationships I made with my loyal customers.
PUERTO RICO & CARIBBEAN MANAGER (Former Employee) – Carolina, PR – September 21, 2018
IT was very interesting. It was my first job. I achieve the maximum level of the corporate. Learned how to work, to create a business plan, how to recruit. It help me form a base in my life and how to apply it to others business and in personal life
Buyer/Planner (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – September 19, 2018
NCH is a family-owned and operated global industrial chemical manufacturer and distributor. This company promotes continuous personal and professional development. They put their employees first; they invest in their employees. For new college graduates, it is a great place to learn and grow professionally.
A typical day at work involved 25% of a department doing 75% of the actual work. Mgmt. treated these 25% like work horses and the rest of the department like angels. Lots of employees spend all day either eating, "exercising", or taking personal calls on the phone.
AR Representative (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – July 30, 2018
The work environment is positive and there's room to grow with-in the company. There's always someone more than happy to answer any questions you may need. I had no experience in AR, however its become a position that I enjoy. The company provides a Gym Center and Cafe for breakfast and lunch.
Making 300+ calls a day was a typical day I learned that different states had different tax requirements Management was great Workplace culture was acknowledging everyone's birthday Collecting from all companies was the hardest task Collecting a huge amount from 1/3 of the companies that were willing to pay was the most enjoyable part of this job
Poor company management with little care for the people actually doing the work. Backbiting is encouraged as well as sabotage. Not supportive of emergency health conditions. Benefits are the worst I have seen in over twenty years of nursing. Healthcare benefits are not supportive of healthy living. For most healthcare, you would be better paying out of pocket because that is what you will do with their insurance plan. Education of staff members is not encouraged and not supported. The culture of the company is unprofessional and not supportive. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the culture of the company.
Very few pros for this company
Poor benefits, Poor working environment, encourages discontent
We were expected to make 100+ outbound friendly reminder calls daily on invoices that were 30 - 60 days past due. This was not an unreasonable quota. Nice, relaxed office with plenty of SPACE (unusual for a call center!)