Constant Pressure to Sell
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Brea, CA – May 9, 2018
The company provides great online training, but you never have time to do it. You are immediately expected to sell regularly and when training is needed, you still have to meet your sales goal first, which is difficult when the store is busy. When there is a lack of traffic, the work environment becomes very competitive and you are expected to lie to the higher ups and tell them that everything is great You are also expected to convince customers to purchase more than they need or want, which becomes awkward when someone only wanted to purchase one small item to begin with. More time should be spent on established clientele, but they are often ignored until there is a promotion and the store needs to make a certain sales goal.
Short breaks, competitive, pressure to sell