What is it like to work at The Revenue Optimization Companies?

2.9Work/Life Balance
2.9Compensation/Benefits
2.6Job Security/Advancement
2.8Management
2.8Culture
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Very Shady Business practices
Written by Wireless Sales Specialist (Former Employee) from WV on September 12, 2018
Job is entirely relevant on your manager and region managers, they had a massive shift in company direction which gave unreasonable goals and was incapable of paying attention to local sales trends. Due to being a 3rd party retailer inside of Walmart you would loose sales based solely on Walmart refusing the sale or their systems being down and higher - more... ups say thats not an excuse, You cannot sell something if you literally cannot process the sale due to issues you cant fix or control.

Also had issues with every aspect of my benefits, took 7 months to get health insurance, and 8 months before ... - less
Proslaid back while at work, manage your own time at work
Conspoor pay, offers benefits but they are bad, top end of company is cut throat your nothing but a number to them and can be replaced quickly
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