Marketing and Advertising (Current Employee) – Peachland, BC – 11 February 2019
TNI The Network is a great company to work for and I have worked with them for quite sometime now.
I started as a Field Representative in 2011 and made it all the way to Management. During this time I made plenty of long lasting friendships, learnt a lot about sales and got the opportunity to travel across Canada and work out of different Offices, Cities and Towns all while helping with great non-profit clients.
Unfortunately I had to leave the city I was managing in a year ago and move to the Okanagan, lucky for me and the help if the company I was able to continue my work with them and start a different position at TNI's head office in Peachland, and I couldn't be happier to be able to continue my work with this company.
Being a Field Representative for 5 years I will always say the winters were hard (trust me I started in Winterpeg haha) but with that said you will be the utmost surprised with the amount of kind hearted people willing to help you and invite you in to keep you warm during the winter months. Plus at the end of the day you always feel great knowing that your time having to be in the cold was worth it considering everyday you are helping make a difference.
None the less this job isn't for everyone, but if you have a passion for making a difference around the world for both people and animals, have an entrepreneurial mindset and can handle the craziness mother nature has in store from time to time then this job is for you!
Benefits, Bonuses, Fast Advancement, Travel, Weekly Pay
Great learning experience in terms of sales and marketing techniques
Door to Door Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Ajax, ON – 8 May 2019
TNI was a great learning environment because each employee presented their sales pitch everyday and received personalized feedback whether it was positive or areas for improvement. There was also opportunities to advance further, such as becoming a team leader by closing a consistent amount of sales per week. Furthermore, there was competitive wages, which encouraged and improved work ethic among all employees. Lastly, the overall atmosphere was positive, friendly, and encouraging.
great wages, build close relationships, and improved sales/marketing skills
obligated to pay $5 worth of gas everyday in order to get to the turf, a bit tiring and difficult to endure cold/rainy/hot weather conditions, fear of losing job if unable to close minimum weekly deals