Pros: prizes, perks, awards, trainings, management styles, room for advancement
Cons: very little free time
Sales of cellular phones and telecommunications products in a retail environment.
At Glentel you can meet anywhere from 200 to 500 people per shift so after a month you've met enough people to understand the way people think and how you can approach a person and sync yourself to their personality.
Managers at Glentel are hired from within the ranks – more... and all managers are trained to hold similar values and management styles. The management at Glentel is the number one reason the turnover rate is very low.
Glentel practices a very well defined hiring procedure, very few applicants are hired by this company since they seek a certain personality. Coworkers at Glentel get along very well and few issues have ever arose.
The hardest part of the job is separating work life from home life since customers have access to you at all times via company phones.
Meeting new people and achieving goals set out by managers. Plus the friendly competition set up by Glentel partners offer amazing perks. – less