Sales Development Representative (SDR) Reviews

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Based on 186 responses, the job of Sales Development Representative (SDR) has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.79 out of 5. On average, Sales Development Representative (SDR)s are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Sales Development Representative (SDR)?

June 2019
"Great product with a lot of potential, but management is shooting itself in the foot.."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in New York:
Pros: Start up environment. Lots of areas where you can pick up work if you so choose.
Cons: Management is out of touch with what the company and its employees need.
December 2018
"Great."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in La Jolla:
Pros: The Culture
Cons: How expensive it is
January 2019
"Best environment at the fastest growing startup in NYC."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in New York:
Pros: You can walk outside at anytime of day and find literally whatever you want at the very moment within a couple blocks of where you are and at most 5ish blocks away...I mean litearlly whatever you're thinking can be answered by getting it or just have it delivered as they deliver just about anything to where you are quickly.
Cons: So busy ALL THE TIME...traffic, people on the sidewalks, tourists slowing up the foot traffic, it tends to cause some wear and tear on the psyche when taking that into account.
January 2019
"The Great Unknown."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in Detroit:
Pros: It's easygoing and I have full control of how I complete tasks
Cons: Upper management micromanages
March 2019
"TUNE has to be one of the best companies to work for. Top notch benefits, pay, and culture."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in Seattle:
Pros: Pay is great
Cons: Could use more arranged mentorship.
December 2018
"Great opportunities in a busy city."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in San Francisco:
Pros: The booming tech economy and the weather
Cons: The long commutes and the large homeless population
June 2019
"Sumo Logic Business Development Starts Last year in India. And I am the 2nd Employee. In a short span We achieved our sales quota upto 200% and expecting many more to come."
Sales Development Representative (SDR) in Bangalore:
Pros: Sumo Logic is a green field territory in India. Took the responsible and helped to grow the Business India
Cons: I am enjoying my Job. No Least at the moment