Overall Reviews at T-ROC
Good Job For Dedicated Workers. I Always showed up to work with a smile, great attitude and Strong Mind. The Bad i did have a payroll error on my second job i had to do. but it was fixed and corrected.
Territory Manager | Texas
| Jul 21, 2015
Tons of travel and relationship building
I drive around 2 1/2 hours up to 3 1/2 hours to each area outside of my home area. Visit my stores and make sure all of the products are in stock and discuss ordering with staff. I also go over training and issues with staff and decide if there needs to be any info that goes over. Building relations with store staff requires time and getting them invested in the long term pros of selling our items and to be confident in doing so. I also go over orders or issues with management and keep them in the loop on issues involving anything that comes up. I also communicate that I am always available for questions and issues during their hours and to never feel afraid to not call me.
I've learned how to take care of my staff and how to communicate on multiple levels with staff. I've also learned how to get and keep people interested in what we do and to make them think of our product as being their number one go to.
All my coworkers are in different areas of the country so most contact is via email or phone.
Hardest part of the job would have to be traveling constantly day after day especially when you are exhausted and have no want to drive; I still drive.
Most enjoyable part of the job I would say would be the people I take care of. They enjoy seeing me and trust me enough to remember me. The staff at all my locations always comment on my good work and how I'm their only constant representative that comes in on a weekly basis
ProsI can start anytime of the day as long as I get it done.
ConsDriving, Too many hours and spending too much time on the road
This company cares nothing for its employees. Everything is a number. The company is poorly managed and will be deceitful. Goals were unrealistic, but no one was ever held Accountable to them.
An environment of support and team work.
My support system was strong. My supervisors and co-workers were very team driven. I was able to be in the top three sales reps due to great training and supervisors who care about their teams.
A typical day at work is checking in with the managers of the location that we would be working at also cleaning up the area that’s displayed in order to get ready to sell the merchandise make sure everything reviewed paperwork is out and ready to have price tags up to show every customer that walks into the
Good Sales Experience Inside of Global Retailer
Without having access to a personal vehicle, this job was difficult to be fully available for all of the twists and turns that occurred during the employment term.
ProsPaid directly onto ADP pay card
Great place to work
Great place to work, great team, great energy. Can be chaotic, but you are given free reign and responsibility without a ton of managers breathing down your neck.
It was an ok company to work for. Management in general was very good. The pay is very low across the board, and the benefits are pretty bad. The only way to advance is to be forced to move (and pay your own moving expenses), and then you're still not making that much. They don't give raises...period...ever.
Great opportunity for career growth
This position allowed you to travel and meet and train reps within big box or national retail locations. Building relationships and friendships and how other retailers work.
Pros2 weeks PTO and minimal micromanaging
ConsA lot of driving and away from home time
Just another Sales and Merchandising company
Great response from management when they want something from you! No response from management when you are trying to get reimbursed for paid travel time and mileage which was promised when I agreed to project. Its been 3 weeks since I completed sales event and STILL have NOT received my expense reimbursement check!