Kognitive Marketing
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Kognitive Marketing Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Josh Singer
  • Founded
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
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Salary estimated from 1K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 392 reviews and is evolving.


Field Sales Representative in Saskatoon, SK
on 18 January 2021
Fast paced sales job.
In order to do this job, you have to be able to accept rejection. Management is very encouraging and supportive, however, the product being a credit card is hard to sell and most people that work here only make a little over minimum wage.
Fmr in Camrose, AB
on 24 August 2021
Beyond ridiculous
You have to try and sell people a credit card and most people are not interested or already have one. You have to be pushy yet supposedly you can’t be. The “team leader” would literally call u and ask why haven’t you met the quota of like 10 sales. It was one of the worst places I have ever worked. Definitely not worth the commission and $15 per hour.
Customer Service Representative in Mississauga, ON
on 23 June 2021
I worked there years ago nothing amazing
The. Location was too far from my house that’s why I quit but they lied about the job description. I applied for customer service no one told us we would be doing door to doo sales
Sales Representative in Edmonton, AB
on 9 May 2021
Terrible, please do not work here
I have been working for the company for over two weeks. I regret my decision completely. The company expects you to approach customers while they are shopping and convince them to sign up the Canadian tire credit card. This card does not have many positive benefits and quite frankly, not too many people are interested in applying for a credit card through Canadian Tire. Therefore, it is very difficult to make sales. When a sale is not made or “missed”, the managers get very upset. They make you write a paragraph explaining your mistakes and how you can do better. It’s very uncomfortable having to interrupt people while shopping and there are a lot of rude customers who will turn you down. It’s a very difficult job and the pay isn’t worth is. The commission is reality is only a few cents to dollars and the hours are crazy. And when you do struggle, the managers don’t care. There is no additional training or guidance. STAY AWAY
Field Sales Representative in Montréal, QC
on 30 September 2020
Pretty much left on your own
The managers left you to do your own work this can be good or bad depending on your preference. Pay was fair, you make as much as you sell, always pushing for more sales.The people you work with vary some can be competitive while others are more collaborative.A few months in most people become sick of the job and quit.

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Interview insights

Insights from 94 Indeed users who have interviewed with Kognitive Marketing within the last 5 years.
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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

Sales related

Shared on 21 September 2018

What you show be doing on a daily bases for your position and how to improve it to nake your best sales

Shared on 28 July 2018

Are you capable of taking constructive criticism and adopting it in to your work method? Are you capable of dealing with tough situations where pressure is put on you to perform your best on a regular basis?

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