Even if you have a great sales background, be ready to learn. It requires empathy, understanding and a true interest in helping the client. Management refuses to talk to unhappy clients and address their concerns. The commission structure is amazing a real opportunity to make six figures.
No refunds to clients even when they do not receive even close to the services they are promised. The understanding of the type of career your entering and not a job is imporrtant to success.
There are different opportunities for monthly bonuses, so it pays off to work hard.
There are also little things that make employees feel valued like getting lunch provided after working hard and meeting company goals or coming into work and finding spring flowers on my desk.
They have completely misrepresented their services and available clientele.
After signing onto their service I went on a total of “SEVEN” Matched Meetings.
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They have completely failed to provide even 10% of what was described to me by their then number one “Matchmaker” through numerous phone calls and meetings.I feel that my opinion matters and that I’m not just another number like at so many large corporations. Kontras The most difficult part about this industry is not being able to make everyone happy.Some people are negative, or don’t have realistic expectations. They want you to sell relationships to people by saying "We have 3 people in mind for you right now"...we have no one in mind for you, and have to randomly grab files to try and pitch them to you.Understand when a type of sales is not for you which is why the training $$$ is so low.That is smart not to invest all your resources not knowing if they are going to work out!I know I can reach out to a co-worker for help at any time if I need it.-We work REALLY hard but we can still find time to laugh and smile.-Never a dull moment, fast-paced, and stimulating-Upper management values our input and it shows.