Inside Sales Representative Reviews

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Based on 1,839 responses, the job of Inside Sales Representative has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.63 out of 5. On average, Inside Sales Representatives are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Inside Sales Representative?

June 2019
"Does a great job, goes above and beyond to provide on time service every time."
Inside Sales Representative in Flint:
Pros: My coworkers in all job descriptions. My customers
Cons: The way the company is going
June 2019
"MCC Inside sales."
Inside Sales Representative in Spokane:
Pros: Sales and the customers.
Cons: Everything else. Management doesn't know the first thing about proper employee management, or money management.
June 2019
"It can become repetitive and Mundane."
Inside Sales Representative in Melbourne:
Pros: My coworkers and my customers.
Cons: The pay is to low for the level of responseabilty I am expected to manage daily and the complete lack of progresion or movement within the company.
July 2019
"Working as an Inside Sales Rep at TWI can be great. It can be tough to work in the office with all the other offices. Many out of town sales people work from home and do not understand the distractions that come with working in the office every day."
Inside Sales Representative in Las Vegas:
Pros: The employer is great. The owners of the company truly do care about their employees. Middle management has always seemed to be the problem at TWI, but it seems that some of the tides have turned that the middle management knows how to do the job and so now the upper management has stepped back. Middle managers and supervisors aren't getting paid enough and being asked to do to much, while the upper managers take all the glory. It is a delicate balance that has not yet been figured out here.
Cons: There seems to be less and less training with more and more expected results.
July 2019
"Educational."
Inside Sales Representative in Beaver:
Pros: I learn new things all the time. There’s always something different going on so it doesn’t get boring or monotonous.
Cons: The pay and not appreciated and my boss gets credit for my work.
August 2019
"Good."
Inside Sales Representative in Lagos:
Pros: Time schedule (there is morning and afternoon shift)
Cons: Salaries most times don't come on time and the issue of debiting you on your salary.
August 2019
Inside Sales Representative in Portland:
Mostly stress free but career development is a frustrating mess. Internal postings are plagued with soviet block system that plays ludicrous favoritism. The promotions in the inside sales team are supposed to be based on performance and "perception . Sadly the only consistency for promotions goes to whomever just had baby. Want to get promoted? Just have a your significant other pop out a kid, or get pregnant yourself. Easy peasy. Benefits such as pto , 401 k, and good insurance make up for the other frustrations.