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Charter Communications Jobs & Careers in Medford, OR


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20 days ago

Store Associate - P/T

Charter Communications Medford, OR

Identify opportunities to generate sales by consistently applying the Customer Interaction Process (CIP). Deliver product and service solutions by… Percipio Media


9 days ago

Direct Sales Rep

Charter Communications Medford, OR

Direct Sales Representative The Direct Sales Representative position is prime opportunity for individuals ready to take on a challenge and explore… Percipio Media


30+ days ago

Direct Sales Rep - Medford OR

Charter Communications Medford, OR

If sales targets are met, the average earning potential is $75k. The top tier reps can make upwards of 100K! Commission Allowance of $1000 first… Charter Communications


30+ days ago

Warehouse Technician

Charter Communications Medford, OR

Under general supervision, responsible for maintaining secure inventory storage and control of materials into/out of the warehouse. Perform duties… Charter Communications


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    Way too much management trying way to hard to be the shining star - take credit for the work of the minions.

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    Former Employee - Customer Service and Sales in Medford, OR (US)
    Former Employee - Customer Service and Sales in Medford, OR (US)

    I worked at Charter Communications full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Benefits, commission, free cable - internet and phone, on-going training

    Cons

    too much management at every level - constantly changing the commission structure - when reps start to make too much and become successful, they cut the commissions. Managers also play favorites - very inconsistent between the branches - rules are constantly changing - day-to-day, with little consistency.

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    cut out the 8 mid-level managers between you and the folks that deal with the public. Cut out the bologna rules -

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