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Move Jobs & Careers in Scottsdale, AZ


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3 days ago

Customer Care Representative – new

Move, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ

Must be able to attend training Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm for the first 3 weeks. Duties and… Move, Inc.


6 days ago

Account Executive - Inside Sales

Move, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ

The Account Executive must be a highly motivated, self-driven sales and customer service professional with a proven track record. This individual… Move, Inc.


28 days ago

Mgr, Customer Care

Move, Inc. Scottsdale, AZ

• Manage and lead the daily activities of the Customer Care team. • Provide direct supervision to a Specialty team of up to 13 Customer Care… Move, Inc.


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    If you like to be yelled at daily and written up weekly and threatened to be fired constantly, please apply at move.

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    Former Employee - Account Executive in Scottsdale, AZ (US)
    Former Employee - Account Executive in Scottsdale, AZ (US)

    I worked at Move full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Nice clean office and good hours of 730-415 when overtime isn't asked of you. The on going sales skills training is helpful.

    Cons

    Main problem is they yell all day long, whether you are doing good or bad. Yelling to tell everyone who had the best sales while also yelling to move your records. And customers here this. Very stressful environment! They fire good sales people daily and others quit daily, so they just keep pumping classes through instead of fixing the issues. The goals are unreasonable and the spiffs, are given way too far out, 6 weeks after you earn them. And you are expected to keep the customers from cancelling when they don't get what they're promised or those sales get deducted basically as returns against your current sales.

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    If the sales rep makes their daily sales goal, why does it matter if they made 125 calls? How can you write them up for lack of calls and threaten to fire them when they made tons of sales. Focus on the bottom line, which is sales and treating your reps with respect. Write ups are demotivating and so is yelling.

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