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Auburn, WA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
1.001 bis 5.000 Mitarbeiter
1986
Privatunternehmen
IT-Dienstleistungen
1 bis 2 Milliarden € (EUR) pro Jahr
CDW, SHI International, Insight

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    „Company treading water, poor culture, slow to change”

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Account Executive in Auburn, WA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Account Executive in Auburn, WA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
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    Ich habe in Vollzeit bei Zones gearbeitet (Über 3 Jahre)

    Pros

    I worked at Zones as an AE for about 4 years. I have mixed feelings about my experiences. I always tried to look at this job as a paid internship. Something I wasn’t going to do forever but a good place to learn how to do stuff: Write a solid professional email, understanding the inner workings of an organization and how they function together, understanding logistical variables, learn how to use CRM,... These were all great things to learn, but it really only takes a year here before you have exhausted all the learning potential.

    Kontras

    It is only when you have a large amount of business that you discover Zones' abilities are duct-taped together and it’s nearly impossible to stay ahead of the competition. You might have done all the right things-but still lose the sale because we cannot perform on price/capability/speed. Not only is the pay underwhelming, you are required to participate in “trainings” constantly. These “trainings” are performed by partners where AEs drool in front of a powerpoint for an hour while we lose time on responding to email/quotes/cases/etc. There is almost nothing gained from these trainings unless you are a BRAND NEW rep and management knows it. The tools we use are terrible. CRM is SLOW, internet is SLOW, SLAs are SLOW. You have a laptop but no work from home...there is no trust in this company and the culture is an absolute joke. This is not a place you will ENJOY working at. If you are desperate for a paycheck sure, you can get it here, but you wont drive in the parking lot thinking, oh I’m happy to do X, Y or Z today. I feel bad for the managers. There are some really steller people in management. Healthcare specifically. But they aren’t given the tools to empower their employees. The quotas are so high that you will not meet them. If you have an idea or feedback it is not taken seriously. A lot of the people that have stayed with the company have been there so long that they feel trapped. The non-compete is so strict that they don’t know where else to turn. There are some very successful folks, and some of them are outrageously rude, cocky, and borderline aggressive towards others. It has gotten to the point where these individuals are well known for their demeaning attitude and management empowers this behavior. I miss a lot of the folks I worked with directly because we got each other through the bad times. But looking back-I should have left way sooner.

    Rat an das Management

    Quotas are unrealistic. Work from home is the future and what good employees expect. Culture is terrible because senior management allows rude and aggressive people to continue bringing the rest of your sales team down. Trainings should be opt in only if you want people to sell right. SLAs need to be taken more seriously. A proper training on outlook is a must. Live calls need to be available during training. Stop using AGENT and use ring central so we can learn from each others cold calls. Stop going the cheapest route on IT stuff. Stop forcing managers to push tasks when no-one sees value in them. Either force them to have some sort of meaning or drop it. Partner with a company like, LISH or something to have a cheaper lunch option available downstairs so people can get a quick bit if they need it. AEs should have trainings with our own IT staff to really understand their role. have us identify stuff in the server room. Hands on experience with the stuff we sell is a must. Stop telling us what our goals for the year are in like....August!?

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Vorstellungsgespräche bei Zones

Erfahrung

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  1. Hilfreich (1)  

    Multiple Positions-Vorstellungsgespräch

    Anonymer Bewerber im Vorstellungsgespräch in Auburn, WA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
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    Bewerbung

    Ich habe mich online beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im September 2018 bei Zones (Auburn, WA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).

    Vorstellungsgespräch

    Seemed very organized, great initial vibe after interviewing on different occasions for multiple positions. Excluded after some time without any follow-up, seemed that they were interviewing just to have a required amount. Finally removed the recruiter from my contacts, got a phony feeling and realized I'd rather not work for a company that wastes my time.

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Auszeichnungen und Preise für Zones

  • Diversity Award, Premier, Inc., 2014
  • Excellence in Operations Award--Gold Level, Microsoft, 2014
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