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Based on 1,357 responses, the job of Regional Sales Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.08 out of 5. On average, Regional Sales Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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August 2014
"Work Hard And Be Happy."
Regional Sales Manager:
Broader and open minded. Ready to accept change. Loyally to employer as well as to customers.
December 2014
"Over the rengbow."
Regional Sales Manager:
Pros: Meet people, express our self develop our skills, making money.
December 2014
"Change environment."
Regional Sales Manager:
Pros: Fastpaced, active and travel requirement.
Cons: Stress level, objective focus, customer complaints.
January 2015
Regional Sales Manager:
Pros: Learning new technologies and last revealed knowledge of the enterprise manufacturing system and operational excellence and always up-to date.
Cons: Stressful environment because of the job responsibility, receiving the negative energy from one of the colleague and the as the worst, I believe I'm better that others while the salary is not comparable with.
January 2015
"Review."
Regional Sales Manager:
Pros: Casual Dressing. Work Timings. Atmosphere.
Cons: No appreciation. No organisation. Overwork.
January 2015
"Jim Brink supports his Distibutors & Customers."
Regional Sales Manager:
Do everything you can to become technically competent in your products and the field(s) where they are used. Then use that competence to make your salesmen and their customers more successful.
February 2015
"Road Warrior."
Regional Sales Manager:
Make sure you have a good, reliable car - Honda, Toyota, etc. Because you can expect to put on at least 35k miles each year.