What is it like working as a Sales Associate?
Sales Associate in Derry:
"File, file, file."
Pros: I find that there is a methodology in the madness of paperwork filing. Finding that methodology is an experience and builds a person into a refined character, capable of thinking on their feet in order to best impact the process being used. In my job it is ever changing and susceptible to new ways of perfecting our business process.
Cons: I wish I had more direct contact with customers and their automobiles in the field. I find paper work to be extreamly repettitive and after spending much time stationary, all I wish to do is keep an active and lively life.
Sales Associate in Madison:
"Challenging, but exciting."
Pros: Everyday is different, and I am constantly moving. I get to help customers find exactly what they want.
Cons: There are customers that are rude or difficult.
Sales Associate in Olongapo City:
"Good customer service."
Pros: I like talking to customers and giving them the best assistance I can make. I like having communication with them (sales talk) while giving them the best products we have. Introducing new products is great and easy to sell because most of the customers like the latest arrival and design.
Cons: Being disappointed when I cannot make the customer buy. For that I felt a little bit upset when I gave all my effort giving them the best shot (sales talk ).
Sales Associate in College Station:
Pros: I enjoy talking with customers, training new employees, helping co-workers with their tasks, and learning about fashion.
Cons: My boss can be hard to work for. It is a lot of work for little pay.
Sales Associate in Adairsville:
"A Perfect Fit."
Pros: Of all the various work-related tasks, my favorite is a perfectly successful sale. Despite the daily drudgery of answering the same questions over and over again, when the sale is complete and the product properly delivered and installed, I find satisfaction in my customers level of satisfaction. Helping people is what I enjoy the most.
Cons: Irrelevant complications with orders... In the same manner that a waiter/waitress finds that all things guest-related have gone perfectly from said wait-staffs perspective only to find that, somewhere in the process the specifics requested by the guest were forgotten, I feel quite dysfunctional when orders go awry due to things beyond my control. Keeping calm and correcting the problem, both internally and externally, while being cursed from head to toe is a challenge.