Horrible company to work for! Especially in my district. The sell you a dream on commission. Especially at the East Norriton Pa location! There is zero to traffic coming through there and expect you to go out and flyer and have 60 referrals a week (10 a day) or you are held accountable. Don’t get sucked in. If you want a 100-200 dollar commission check and a base pay of $12.00 and a whole bunch of stress and pressure then go for it. Don’t say I didn’t warn you! District manager is horrible and s...
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Last thursday I had an interview at a sprint store for retail sales consultant with the assistant manager and store manager the assistant manager said that I'm on top of the list from the rest of the canadates for the position. Today I check the status of my application on the sprint website and it still says under consideration. I wonder if thats a good thing or bad thing and I am wondering if I'm going to recieve another interview or what is next to expect. If another can help me out I would a...
Do you work at Sprint? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?Any advice for someone trying to get in?
I'm a new sprint employee I was wondering if I should use my employee benefit to get a free phone or free phone bill. Which one is a better idea. If I choose free phone bill will I get a discounted price off a new phone device. Hopefully someone can help me out with this
I just got hired by sprint and I start my training on May 11th I just want to know what should I expect during the training. I want to know since I'm going to be a retail sales consultant will I get a company phone to use for business purposes and what to wear during the training. If someone can answer these I will appreciate it and thanks for taking the time to answer
I agree this company is the worst company. They have no respect for customers, I can only imagine how they must treat their employees
I was wondering if any retail sales people or anyone else knows what a average monthly commission is for a retail sales position? Thanks for any help!
You guys think i could get a job at Sprint? My resume is not the best, just had 2 jobs but they need a Bilingual salesman. Im familiar with everything at Sprint because i have a friend that works on one so i know everything that goes on at the store. You guys think i have a chance at all since i cant put anything on my resume about me having experience with sales?
Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at Sprint?Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers?What is a typical day in the life of an employee at Sprint?
It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at Sprint?Any advice on striking the right note?
Just curious to know if anyone saw the job post for a new call center opening in Los Angeles in April 2013. I saw the posting and applied on Feb 18th. The very NEXT morning, I received email stating they would be delighted if I would accept the position. I've received no further communication. Any thoughts?
I went to an interview on Monday, and was explained that the manager wasnt available to interview me and that I would be interviewed by someone else(the person that explained). I felt the interview went great. My interviewer was friendly and seemed interested. She asked for a resume so I handed in 2 copies along with reference list. She told me the manager would be back wednesday(today) and gave me his business card. During the night of my interview I sent a thank you letter to his email that sh...
I worked for Sprint for about 8 years. I was a Legacy Nextel employee. After the merger things got bad at the company. Nextel was attracting about 30,000 customers per month. When Sprint took over they drove away 80,000 customers per month. Its now 4 years into the merger and sprint is still loosing over 50,00 customers per month. Also, Sprint lost $911 million dollars in the last quarter (Sept-Dec 2010) Anyway, After 8 years of helping customers and maintaining the companies customer satisfacti...
I have applied at Sprint for several positions. Currently, 4 resumes say "Under Review" and 3 resumes that I just sent yesterday say "Under Consideration" which I have noticed always say that when I first submit my resume and then the status will change a couple days later. But, yesterday I got an email asking me to enter my previous employment history, education and criminal history. I have applied for several positions before and I have never gotten this email. So, generally speaking does this...
I was wondering if anyone had any tips or information on how to get a job at the sprint store. I applied on the website about two weeks ago and I have been constantly checking my status update on the site as well. I did pass my assessment so as soon as I saw that bit of information I went down to the store to speak with the manager. He was busy when I went down there so the rep informed me that they were going through a freeze and that it should be lifted soon. I left a copy of my resume with he...
I am interested in possibly working there however I know Sprint is laying off left and right. They are still posting jobs though for the Charlotte call center. Are they hiring or is it a waste of time?
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What is the cultural at Wireless@Work in Indiana?
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Sprint?What do you like best about working at Sprint? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
Don't buy in to these scam sites like Indeed.com and Monster anymore! It's the same jobs with pages and pages and pages of headhunters, with only a sprinkling of "real" employers. The economy is busted and will be until the nation changes administrations and direction but "we" the unfortunate job hunters may not last that long.
what are the requirement for sprint such as age etc.
What do you think -- is this company going to survive and thrive? Are they looking to expand their staff, or do you think layoffs are inevitable?How does Sprint stack up against the competition?
Sprint/Nextel are like the majority of most Companies today when recruiting employees. They are clueless! They have unqualified HR people scanning documents for "action words" rather than applicants abilities and qualifications. They do not acknowledge that your resume was received or that the jobs been filled. No thanks you for applying, nothing! Thanks to the internet, employee recruiting has become so impersonal.It's no wonder employeers complain about the fact that they can not find qual...