Discussion in ' General ' started by bceeApr 17, Working as a Retail Sales Consultant Vol. Apr 17, 1.
I know the hours will be long but I'm 24, single, and don't have any kids so I'll be fine investing most of my time within the company. Apr 17, 2. Improve your time management. You'll thank yourself later. Apr 17, 3. Depending on what area you working in I suggest push whatever gets you to your quota and a tier higher.
Apr 17, 4. They've adjusted the comp structure so you can't really flourish like you used to. And a lot of the stuff they carr about, won't get you paid You'll still pull in 55k doe Don't be scared from service how do I get these messages to pop up these are money makers, and try to get that OT.
Time and a half after 40 hours.
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Apr 17, 5. Apr 17, 6. Apr 17, 7. Apr 17, 8. Apr 17, 9. Are there part time opening for this? Apr 17, See if you can get stock options. I think it's all about location.
Got two homies who work at ATT and during the holidays their highest paycheck was bucks. This is in a small town though.
I can imagine that in bigger markets it might be a little better. Worked retail for 4 years. It really made me hate people for the most part You can def clear 50k easily, oh and when they say its gonna be all nights and weekends when you're new, they mean it.
Also make sure you go through the different metrics to see what gets you paid vs what gets you higher rankings. You will make k if your trash, industry changes commission so much to make it harder to make money because there are sales At&t retail sales consultant training making or at least made 6 figures a yr, dont know how things are now.
Wireless is good but def would never do it again, if you can transition into a non retail role then grind to do that because wireless companies are dope, retail jist sucks. May 3, I was initially supposed to start training May 7 which lasted all the way till May 29th but I got a call early on last week and At&t retail sales consultant training told to start in store training this week which I've been doing the past five days.
I've learned A LOT during this past week and getting a better understanding on how things flow. Getting a better understanding of Opus and applying knowledge to assess what a customer needs are my two biggest concerns, but I know that will come with time. Can anybody who has experience as a sales rep give any advice to be a top performer? Be cool, relate to the customer, their knowledge has nothing to do with what you are learning.
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The whole sales process is taught at every At&t retail sales consultant training with varying words, and hardly any natural flowing conversation follows the steps they tell it to you in. However it is your job to control the flow and dialogue to ask the right questions to sell what you want. People who excel the transition is seamless. Some go straight in, others play it cool with off topic intro.
The point is to begin a conversation where at some point you ask the necessary questions to get where you want them, to me that was my success.
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As a Verizon rep best advice I received was work the promos. Instead of saving a customer money because of promo on their data add an iPad or a couple of them. Bill to acct is your friend as well if they have the option don't be afraid to get them to put it on the next bill.
Hustle haRd and look for a new opportunity soon. Retail life already old to me and I've only been here for a year. May 4, Have yall texted female customers u found attractive?
Or is that only a creepy thing they do out here in da middle of no where. What city are you in. I'm a brand advocate and I work closely with carrier stores. Don't know much about the reps pay but z manager told me he cleared 75 with no degree and the hours are brutal.
Mad metrics too so be prepared to grind.
That's where I am now. Tryna leave and sell cars.
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