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26 days ago

Sales Representative - Quebec

RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES Ville de Québec, QC

Manage a geographic territory of accounts, calling on food, drug and mass, according to a set schedule to ensure objectives are achieved. Provide… Glassdoor


26 days ago

Sales Representative

RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES Quebec

Manage a geographic territory of accounts, calling on food, drug and mass, according to a set schedule to ensure objectives are achieved. Provide… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Local/Delivery Truck Driver

Stover and Company Cheswick, PA

· Deliver, load and unload our food and accessories product lines. · Make timely deliveries on your route in the greater Pittsburgh area. · Work in… Monster


Russell Stover Reviews

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Tom Ward
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    A Company in total Chaos

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    Former Employee - Sales Representative
    Former Employee - Sales Representative

    I worked at Russell Stover full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    A Company Car, working independently

    Cons

    This is a company in total disarray. Hopefully, with the company being sold to Lindt, new management from top to bottom will follow. This will be the only way to bring change to this company. Mid level management (DM's) are a joke, as they know nothing about managing their sales reps and their work ethic is poor to say the least . The S/R's joke about what their DM's excuses are, (i.e., to meet them late or leave them early). When someone is fired, management will leave the sales rep in a parking lot with no transportation to get home, then laugh about it. When you complain about the work load or long hours to upper management, you are labeled a whiner or complainer and they want to get rid of you. This is a company that wants " yes" people to work for them, not someone that will challenge issues. (NO, I was not fired from this company, I left because of all of the mismanagement).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The new CEO/President should have a meeting/discussions with the Sales Reps, not the VP of Sales. A job dealing with candy should be enjoyable, not miserable, as it was with previous management.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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