Undisclosed (Former Employee), Undisclosed – April 6, 2015
Pros: My boss was very kind.
Cons: Everything else was a con.
Everyone in my dept quit the first days of my employment there. I then learned that people resigning was a frequent thing due to people not being happy with the company. I had no training, and had to fend for myself most of the time. Work to life balance is horrible there. Pay is not commensurate to workload.
ADMISSIONS ADVISOR-SALES (Former Employee), Karachi, Pakistan – May 14, 2014
Present, demonstrate and sell our Web-based training offerings to students calling in from US, Canada, UK, Middle-East and other countries. Generate leads by fishing out as much information as possible – more... from students calling in and then calling the prospective clients to get more revenue determining interest level, technical readiness and budget availability. Setting up corporate accounts for big organizations depending on their training needs, number of employees and discounts available. Negotiating with the clients on discounts available. Staying up-to-date with new courses being launched on VUs and portals. Reporting any errors, glitches, missing information on the direct portals and VARs(Value Added Resellers) to maximize revenue. Working with B2B and B2C leads. Generating a daily report showing total sales for every industry and portal. Multi-tasking: Taking calls, chats and answering emails at the same time to ensure that the expectations of client and employer are met effectively. Sales experience in different industries including OT Safety(OSHA), OT Contractors, Real Estate, Financial Services, Public Safety, Healthcare, Food Safety, ISO, Cosmetology, etc. Updating client’s information and maintaining logs through CRM Escalating leads to account executives after asking probing questions about company size, training requirements which are further closed for bigger opportunities including LMS (Learning Management System) Worked with purchase orders, generated invoices, processed group/bulk enrollments, etc. – less
I gained outstanding skills and experience during my last four years with 360training. I received great training and/or education in my tenure and have been given job assignments that have enhanced my technical skills, leadership ability and taught me how to meet deadlines and multitask in a very fast-paced and often stressful environment.
Product Implementation Specialist (Current Employee), Pakistan – November 12, 2013
A very nice and progressive career oriented job. It's really good company to keep on learning side by side. Co workers are all good to work with. I enjoy and get satisfied through each and every day in office. No bad remarks at all.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Austin, TX – December 18, 2012
This place was a wonderful learning place for me and enjoyable at the same time. The staff, my co-workers and the it depatment,sales we were all a team. My daily task were to take calls from the students who got stuck during the course and help them out on how to get back to thier course/classes again.The hardest part was the ongoing calls, getting huge bonuses was good and achievable.
IT Department (Current Employee), Austin, TX – November 23, 2012
Pros: it is a job
Cons: disoranized, high turnover, and poor culture
Top management is disorganized and all but two of the 5 executives have been with the company over three years. Management tries to trough each other or the escape goat of the week under the bus. Very high personal turnover rate - 33% per qtr. The 10% bonus is never made - averages out to 65% of the 10%. Company does not want to pay for anything and almost spends everything it makes.
Stepping Stone for Building Entry Level Roles into Experienced Professionals
Analyst (Current Employee), Austin, TX – April 9, 2012
Pros: free online training, access to certifications, flexible work schedule, good benefits.
Cons: low pay for entry level roles, minimal opportunities for advancement
360Training.com provides a active, dynamic workplace for the entry level candidate to build specialized skills and get those 3-5 years of experience critical to rising into that next bigger career opportunity. – more... Pay and advancement opportunities prevent employees from staying, resulting in high turnover. However, the level of experience candidates get is extremely expansive, advanced, and it's a great place to learn. Variable compensation is heavily weighted on company performance, and is highly correlated with the economy. – less