Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 18 April 2017
I immensely enjoyed my time there working with great people. Only reason I left was because I realized I didn't like to work in sales. Some days could be very slow but working with the store's members was fun.
Senior Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 November 2016
Glentel Inc. focuses on giving the best customer service experience. It is a very friendly place. You have tons of opportunity. The higher up managers are very friendly and great advisers. The Glentel University is also very helpful in building product knowledge.
Glentel was definitely an experience working on commission.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 20 July 2015
Although I was in a part-time role at Glentel during my undergrad, it was definitely an experience working on a plateau-based commission environment. The training and experience working with referral based customers was definitely interesting and there were strategies that were taught to me that I still use today. Nonetheless, I did not want to stay much longer than a few months only because the experience that I create with my customers meant more than a dollar value. The perks and commission structure was great, but only became greater the more you sold.
Sales Agent (Former Employee) – Thornhill – 1 July 2015
Working at glentel exposed me to my first sales job. Had to learn how approach people working by to inform them about our phone products. My supervisors were very flexible to accommodate with my hours and expand my knowledge about sales. The hardest part of the job walking up to complete strangers to gain there interest about our products but the same time it was the most enjoyable part of the job along with working in mall
Competitive sales job with great incentives and commission
Wirelesswave / Tbooth Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 3 June 2015
Always looking sharp with suit and tie, shaved, name tag, The drive to reach my commission goals was my typical day working and trying to create referral business. I learned about all types of cellular devices, plans, and tabs. I learned about electronics and customer service. Established plans and phones for customers according to the customers life. Management was very professional. Developed relationship with the DM, DTL, Managers and Assistant Managers. Team work with co-workers is key with sales jobs with commission and everyone would help to make sure all associates hits there plato. A lot of my co-workers became my friends after working with them. The hardest part about the job was defective problems with someones phones which creates and unsatisfied customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is keeping up with technology. Its a great feeling giving satisfied customers a great phones with finically stable tabs.
Great Place to work with excellent benefits and salary
Manager/District Team Leader (Current Employee) – Scarborough – 25 April 2015
-making sure that all stores open on time for the district -each store is aware of price changes, promos, marketing material, and goals in all areas for the day -learning is endless with Glentel everyday I learn something new when it comes to managing, product, services, staff and the company itself overall. -having a friendly environment is what i work towards when it comes to all my stores in the district -hardest part i would say would be achieving my goals when it comes to slow periods during the year. -most enjoyable part of the job is making sure that the whole district works as a team, coaching, motivating, and rewarding staff.
excellent training structure in place for all levels of employees
Sometimes you could be working up to 50 to 60 hours a week
Eager to work, challenge, accomplishment and alliance
District Team Leader (Current Employee) – Leader, SK – 24 April 2015
Take a measure to the goals, set the daily challenges and the strategies to win the day, the week the month. Celebrate the wins and the personal learning for the day. The hardest part of the hardest part of the job is to see talent wasted. The most enjoyable is being involved in getting someone promoted.
Freedom to invent, strategize and execute
You can get caught up in working more that you should
Constant work and making clients by serving all the client's every need. Learned to keep clients for future business opportunities. Management helps with training seminars and meetings. Friendly environment where co-workers are always helpful. Hardest part of the job is that you have to me on your feet at all times. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you are always busy with people.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Charlottetown, Pe – 2 March 2015
Typical day, I would go in set up the store get everything ready, Engage customers and make some sales, Staff would show up through the day, We would spend our downtime cleaning and working on store presentation. I also, had many conference calls and reports I would have to get done in the run of the week. We would also have to take care of inventory at times I would delegate this to a staff member or at times we would all do it together to make sure it was done correctly. We would process the sales, maintain professionalism with the customer and end of the day pack everything up, put it away and head home.
I loved this job it was great. I was in control of the out come of my own business. Loved training and hiring new sales reps. Loved motivating the team to grow and progress and break every record that had been previously been set by any other store in the company. The hardest part would have had to been dealing with employees who would bring their personal issues to work and had trouble checking them at the door. The best part was the ability to get a Steady Salary but also write my own pay check with bonus' and Commissions. My staff were great and we had lots of fun.
Excelent place to learn new things about mobile devices
TBooth - Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 27 March 2014
A typical day at work would begin with opening the store 30 minutes prior to mall opening, cashing in, receiving inventory, daily cleaning. I have learned that the mobile industry is continuously changing. The management is great - will work with you to make your career better. Co-workers are the most important part of the job, If they see you struggling to close a sale they will just jump in and help close it with you. The hardest part of the job is when you're alone on some days and it gets incredibly busy and you cannot manage your time properly. The most enjoyable part of the job is off site training events. You get the opportunity to win mobile devices.