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Not very good, retail business is dying out. With current management in charge future does not look very good.

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2 months. Drug test, background check, credit card check etc for (relevant to Outside Sales Executive, Area Sales Executive, Territory Manager or Account Executive position)

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Tuition Retirement (one employee was refused TR benefits even when she got an A in her class, so it's up to how much your boss likes you not what the company policy states). Health (expensive for people who actually have health problems), 41k, car reimbursement program (barely covers the cost of your travel). Commission up to $25k from base but the company does not issue your quota until mid point of the quarter, I feel like It was to cheat me from my quota. You don't get commission unless the new locations you signed actually brought volume. Base pay (very low in comparison to other companies), pay for your travel (company credit card).

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Typing test, spelling test, drug test, interview by manager.

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I personally think it's not affordable

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9 to 5 but new management expect you work 24 hours a day! (relevant to Outside Sales Executive, Area Sales Executive, Territory Manager or Account Executive position)

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It is a great work environment

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Recognize talent, retain talent, pay the talent better. Not issue quotas after the fact to cheap it's employees of compensation. Follow policies and procedures and get rid of bureaucracy. Get rid of poor management and promote talent into those positions. Basically clean the swamp, because currently there is nothing but parasites growing in there and these parasites are eating at everything good, talented.

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Don't act smarter than the person interviewing you, they will see you as a threat.

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