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?

August 2014
"Culture Is Good."
Inside Sales Representative:
Pros: I really like the fact that we can do what we want during the work day.
Cons: Not stable, hard to raise a family with the pay changing so often.
August 2014
"A FULL PLATE."
Inside Sales Representative:
MY JOB CONSIST OF WAITING ON CUSTOMERS. PACKING ORDERS SHIPPING / REC' STOCKING SHELVES ORDERING PARTS PHONECALLS QUOTING SWEEPING FLOORS DUMPING GARBAGE ......ETC...
September 2014
"Diverse."
Inside Sales Representative:
Pros: The knowledge I pick up while helping customers with their problems in the HVAC industry. I like understanding why and how things work and this job has helped me understand refrigeration and air conditioning.
Cons: I don't like that the company has no room for advancement as it reached it's cap in employment and any hard work goes by unnoticed for very extended periods of time.
September 2014
"Inside Sales, Administrative Assistant, And Sales Rep."
Inside Sales Representative:
Pros: Variety of the job, chances to grow, treat employees well.
Cons: Sometimes people are hard to work with.
September 2014
"Gratifying."
Inside Sales Representative:
Pros: Customers and it is fast paced.
Cons: The pay is low for the area I live in.
November 2014
"Multi-tasking is key."
Inside Sales Representative:
Go after the large Home Owners Associations.
November 2014
"Research the Company before accepting the job."
Inside Sales Representative:
Be familiar with the product or request a good training session before you talk to the clients.