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  1. Hilfreich (5)

    „Don't walk-RUN!”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Outfitter in San Francisco, CA
    Empfiehlt nicht
    Negative Prognose
    Stimmt gegen Geschäftsführer

    Ich arbeite seit weniger als einem Jahr bei Trumaker (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    Nothing positive about this role. This company will suck you dry of money and micromanage you to severe depression. You'll have nightmares about "booking sessions" where they force you to call people that have no business being clients at all! They'll text/email/call you every hour to check in and threaten you with termination or probation every week. It's the most insane sales cycle. It's a pyramid scheme... unfortunately.

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    Kontras

    As a W2 outfitter, you get paid about 19.00/ hour to use your own personal phone & # to call every one of your own personal contacts on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, etc. You get two days of training to learn how to measure, alter, deliver, sell, use Salesforce, etc. The contract claims "100 % commissionable revenue" but is a lie. They make you sell 23,000.00 worth of clothing for a measly 500.00 check, which ends... up being negative -500.00 because this company charges their outfitters/advisors/stylists to pay for client shipping! They harass you to beg clients for referrals and really abuse both the clientele & sales team not to mention the support staff. You are severely micromanaged to the point of calling the suicide hotline. You leave this job feeling exhausted, overworked and underpaid. Every day I wake up I cry and beg God to not let me have to do this job. I'm trying to find another job but this job requires every ounce of energy and hour of your day. They force you to memorize 100 of scripts for each call or email you make. They have no tolerance for autonomy or intelligence. They hire under qualified people to sell only so they can treat them like slaves. If your client wants to get something altered or returned they force you to pay for a shipping label and also you as an outfitter are responsible for covering shipping costs. They only highlight their founder/master outfitters-who by the way get all the leads from the W2 people, they brag about driving Porsches and make 1/3 of what they sell. They're all crazed and manipulative. Your manager will demand that you record minimum 60 calls a day in addition to multiple appointments and then forces you to pay for networking Events that you don't get reimbursed for. The sales managers have no sales experience or product knowledge and just like to micromanage you to the point of tears and frustration. They will also brag about their 6 figure salary while you are living off minimum wage, scraping to get by. If you ask them to back off-they make you sign an agreement that you'll only communicate with clients exactly how they want you to. They beg you to harass your own family and ex boyfriends to buy Trumaker clothes. They don't care if your depressed or stressed as a result of the job, they just want to burn you out and deplete you of your personal network so they can build their client base. Your forced to work on Saturdays and Sundays and talked badly about by executives on company calls If you're not selling as much as outfitters from years ago. The founder/master outfitters have no sales experience and hire assistants that do all the work for them. You get no vacation and if you ask for it-they fire you. They don't care about work/life balance and they have not lives either and brag about that. It's all in all led me to be severely depressed and this is the same for 4 OTHER people too.

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    Rat an das Management

    Hire quality sales people and give them a base salary they deserve like 80 K instead of hiring dopes @40K a pop. Stop hiring bar tenders and strippers and start behaving professionally! Get rid of the micromanaging & toxic management because they're driving people out of the company across the country! Treat your outfitters like people not slaves. Put limits on weekends and for Gods sake-reimburse people for mileage..., phone bills, etc. If you want to be an MLM be transparent from the start.

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    Trumaker2017-11-11
  1. „Fun crowd”

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Office Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Empfiehlt
    Negative Prognose
    Befürwortet Geschäftsführer

    Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei Trumaker (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    Great culture and relaxed work environment.

    Kontras

    Some executives can be a bit intense and micromanaging.

    Trumaker2019-01-31
  2. „Good if you put the work in”

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    Ehem. befristeter Mitarbeiter - Outfitter in Denver, CO
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    Positive Prognose
    Befürwortet Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe für mehr als ein Jahr bei Trumaker gearbeitet ()

    Pros

    -Sales Training -Salesforce Training -Get out of your comfort zone -Good compensation/commission package -Get used to rejection

    Kontras

    -Not for everyone -Get out of your comfort zone -Be prepared for a lot of rejection -It's a numbers game

    Rat an das Management

    Help beginning Outfitters with legitimate clients

    Trumaker2019-01-31

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