Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 5 March 2018
Upper management is horrible, turnover is extremely high and you will be disciplined for speaking out. During my time working here an employee was fired for reporting fraud at another location. Half the employees are skeezy salesmen. I was encouraged to lie and to not sell to anyone who looked poor. Pay is decent but if you don't make goals you will be fired very early on. I had a manager belittle me daily and when I brought this to the attention of the regional manager he told me he was angry that I was not giving the manager more respect.
Decent pay, flexible schedule
Corruption within company, horrible management, high turnover, high targets to meet.
Sales Rep (Current Employee) – Sault Ste. Marie, ON – 7 November 2017
Excellent job if you are a motivated sales rep. The hardest part of the job is to overcome customer objectives while trying to hit your sales targets. Most enjoyable part is being able to connect people with the latest and greatest technology.
Decent money if you're willing to work 50+ hours a week
Manager (Former Employee) – Ontario – 10 October 2017
Worked at a Tbooth for almost 3 years. The job was fun, looked forward to going to work everyday mostly because of the co-workers. If you hit numbers you can make decent money, however to hit those numbers you have to work overtime hourly which you don't get paid for, and the management encourages you to bend the rules to get people approved. Once you start doing this, the store hits numbers, and eventually higher end management fire you to let the even higher up management think you are against 'fraud' but at the same time they want every rep to do it.
socialize, can take breaks whenever, decent pay
be prepared to work 10 hour shifts 6-7 days a week. goodluck getting weekends off.
Le travail en tant que tel est plaisant. Les collègues sont gentils, on s'y sentirais comme dans une famille si ce n'est que de la gestion des horaires plus que médiocre qui rendent la vie personnelle quasi-impossible, les heures de travail impossibles ainsi que la froideur des DM qui ne sont pas du tout proches des employés et qui ne tiennent pas du tout compte de la vie personnelle de ceux-ci. En gros, travailler pour Glentel, c'est comme n'avoir PAS DE VIE.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Pickering, ON – 17 January 2017
Great job, lots of opportunity to make money. Only some room for advancement. The manager I had was absolutely amazing and really made the work place a fun environment. Working at the store I did really made us all family.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 November 2016
Working at T-Booth is learning about new sales Techniques everyday. Teamed with great management and co-operative co-workers makes my work easier. it is truly very hard to hit Tier-2 and 3 (Goal levels for every employee) to achieve at sometimes but my manager always motivated me to work hard and harder. Receiving highest commission at the end of the month is the most enjoyable part of my job.
Assistant Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 August 2016
Intense sales environment designed to bring the best out of you. Numerous metrics to be assessed on that are considered fundamental. Great place to work if you are looking to challenge yourself as a sales person
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 January 2013
A typical day at work is assisting customers with what ever they require in regards to their cell phone, account or any concerns. Management is on top of each store making sure everyone is happy and working well together. Problem reps are dealt with regularly to keep everyone happy. Co-workers are great people I've yet to work with someone I don't like. After 6 years of cellular I don't really find anything that hard. But if I had to choose then calling in to customer service. Those people can suck. Best part of the job is when customers come back with friends because they liked you that much. I've had everything from coffee to gift cards to restaurants given to me in appreciating.