Account Executive Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Account Executive?

Account Executive in Orlando:
"Rewarding. Love being an advocate for the senior population."
Pros: Build relationships. Become a value for clients. Provide a value for clients. Being an advocate for seniors. Rewarding. Compensation.
Cons: On call 24/7. Not fulfilling a clients need. Not being the best option for a patient. Operational issues.

Account Executive in Boston:
"Anything is possible with a little hard work!"

Account Executive in Boise:
"Fill the Filter."
Pros: Getting to interact and work with customers and employers that are in all sorts of professional fields. Getting to make contact with them and get to learn about what they do, and build relationships.
Cons: It's a grind at times. You make a lot of phone calls, and get told no quite often in order to get a yes. Comes with the territory.

Account Executive in Provo:
"Corporate culture, work flexibility, office conditions, stre."
Pros: Corporate culture, work flexibility, office conditions, stress level, perks, the management.
Cons: Stress...no pay for the management side.

Account Executive in San Francisco:
"Sales."
Pros: I am my own organization selling on my terms.
Cons: My manager who constantly bugs me.

Account Executive in Pasadena:
"Direct Writers can kill your spirit."
Excellent training company. Crooked corporate mentality. Poor rewards and micro management .

Account Executive in Ontario:
"The company is process, not customer or sales-driven."
You need to realize that due to the evolving nature of this company's management, you'll encounter many situations where factors will come into play that will adversely effect your ability to succeed in your position and to maintain the level of income that you're accustomed to.