I worked for them previously and the previous post was correct. they put you in a room with a bunch of overqualified people for cold calling. I would also ask how many cold calls their are and how leads are found.
The turnover is extremely high and the pay structure is more than misleading.
Does anyone have any ideas for me to get this information out to people before they make the same mistake as i did and get caught up in this scam?
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I worked there for 3 months and quit after 50% (4) of the people I had started with also left. I went through a group interiew and did extremely well. I went to a good college, but was interviewing with kids at Stanford, UCLA... So you can imagine my excitement when I got a job offer. So excited, I decided to overlook the lack of hard information about the company online.
My first day started and I could not be more upset when I walked into a room with 10 chairs and 10 phones.
All I can reccommend is that if you decide to do the interview and you do get a offer, ask to do one day in the office to see it.
Also I would ask these specific questions for further insight into their vague "management trainee position"
What are my daily roles?
Could you explain how an average day would go?
Where do I get leads?
If I do get promoted to a manager, how are my duties different?
Can you explain in detail the pay structure (it is extremely confusing)?
With that said, the job did seem to suit some people, however the majority of us left within 3-4 months.
I would really like to express these concerns on a website, however I am not very technically inclined/computer saavy, so others do not go through the same process as me.
Also do not be fooled when there are other employees in on the interview, they re just so stoked to take a day off and get more people in, because the more roudiness the easier it is to make phone calls and take the pressure off of individuals.
Please let me know if you have any more questions and I would be glad to answer them.