Great entry into sales, or to climb the ladder
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 2 December 2016
Overall a great place to work and from all accounts far better than a normal call centre job.
Pay seems about average ($13/hr for 3 month probation, $16.50 after that with annual increases or premiums for speciality skills), benefits are pretty good (dental, prescription, travel insurance, massage, physio, optical, etc).
Very mixed working environment with people from all walks of life, old and young, from around Canada and overseas.
Hardest part of the job is that it's shift work but so are nearly all call centre jobs.
Most enjoyable part of the job is the people and the parties. When xmas rolls around the party season starts (holiday party, revenue party, global conference and more).
Benefits, "first round Friday", people are great, management focuses heavily on employee engagement, plenty of opportunity to climb the ranks to different parts of the company, full time, personal development courses are offered
Shift work, lame pranks