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Excessive email work after a 8-10 hour day They promise you the world but in reality they use you . Promotions are not based on your success and exceeding company goals
Pay is fair
Peace of mind
The position was technical sales, but in reality you sale about 5-10% of the time and are held high accountable for new sales. Much of the time is spent repairing the equipment you sale and administrative work. The culture is a "we did it this way, so you have to as well." I was a little surprised at the amount of administrative work required. You have to decide if you want to sale during the typical day and do the admin. work on your own time or vice versa. I recommend researching the turnover rate for technical sales employees prior to taking on this role.
The Management is the worst they have no morals. They leave all the management to you and then when there is a issue that pops up the lay the blame at your feet. They are very inexperienced.
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Some of the managers need to take some delivery courses but your co workers are your resources especially the ones that have 5+ years in the business they want to to see you succeed.
As the labor manager, my schedule and the schedule of my staff depended entirely upon the sales force. The typical day would involve having a team meet at the office and load the appropriate equipment as required by the job. The crews would drive to the job location and perform cleaning services for commercial HVAC systems.
I do not think that senior leadership understands the healthcare market enough to offer long-term value to hospital customers
It is a typical corporate environment. Senior leadership is not interested in innovative solutions that deliver real needed value to hospital customers. The structure and culture is such that they will lose all the people that are valuable to sales groups and customers. Nice people though I wish them luck.
Great folks in the Atlanta office, I hope they go somewhere they are valued.
Closed minded corporate environment, ignorant about the industries they're in.
No micro managing here. Good pay and benefits. Extensive training and tools to complete work assignments. Travel involved-includes corporate car with a corporate credit card for company expenses. You have to be willing to relocate for career advancement in most cases.
I was treated poorly and unfairly and the worst part is I did nothing but give 110% everyday. Management for the department in which I was working was terrible.Direct management would not step in to assist and mentor BUT would stand on the outside to micro-manage and criticize. This made the working environment in my opinion to be hostile. The job itself is a very good job, its just that management was deplorable. Diversity training for management is lacking and immediately needed..
good company culture / good company
poor management / managers lack diversity and leadership training.
No issues to report but I would like to grow to new heights career wise and I was unable to do that with this company at this time. The culture is team based and everyone is helpful to one another.
My day starts at 4 am because I have to drive to my territory. I get to my first customer at 730 am most of the time. I do not get home till around 5am to 6pm. They have spread out our territories to far I live in Gwinnett County I no longer have any customer in Gwinnett County my customers in Gwinnett County are not happy with what corporate is doing. Management Does not care what we think about our new territories. Most of my co-workers are looking for other more advanced opportunities. The hardest part of my job is getting to my territory. We make our own schedule. That's what Ecolab talks about is that our opinions and our voice matters but it doesn't matter what our opinion is.
The exciting part of working with Ecolab was that I didn't have an office to report to and was able to work from home.
My typical day as a Territory Sales Representative for Ecolab consisted of visiting my customers to sell them laundry chemicals and service their dispensing equipment. I had a territory consisting on Georgia/Alabama/South Carolina so I was on the road a lot.
Freedom of not having to go into an office everyday, which allowed me to become efficent in Time Management.
Being on the road, at times, got a little tiring.