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20 days ago

DAYTON MALL KIOSK SALES REP (PART TIME)

DIRECTV Dayton, OH

Our Mall Kiosk team members work 3 days a week. Average performers can earn $240-$350 in 3 days and top performers typically earn $300-$740 in… DIRECTV


2 days ago

EVENT BOOTH SPECIALIST – new

DIRECTV Dayton, OH

-attend large tradeshows with 50,000+ people -talk to prospective clients about DIRECTV service and schedule them for new installation appointments… DIRECTV


2 days ago

RETAIL SALES REPRESENTATIVE – new

DIRECTV Dayton, OH

-Full time position -Hourly Wage + Commission -Quarterly bonuses -2 week paid training course -DIRECTV Satellite feed to demonstrate the product… DIRECTV


12 days ago

EXPERIENCED DIRECTV TECHNICIAN

DIRECTV Cincinnati, OH

1099 position Directv OR Dish AND Exede installs will train for Exede if you know Direct or Dish already EXPERIENCED installers only apply please… DIRECTV


2 days ago

DIRECTV DISPATCH REP – new

DIRECTV Dayton, OH

-Full time position -Hourly Wage + Commission -Quarterly bonuses -2 week paid training course -DIRECTV Satellite feed to demonstrate the product… DIRECTV


4 days ago

Area Sales Account Manager - Dealers and Distributors

DIRECTV Charlotte, NC

DIRECTV, Inc. is more than television; we are an innovative technology company. DIRECTV is one of the world's leading providers of digital television… DIRECTV


4 days ago

Sr. Marketing Manager - Telco Partners and Bundles

DIRECTV Los Angeles, CA

DIRECTV, Inc. is more than television; we are an innovative technology company. DIRECTV is one of the world's leading providers of digital television… DIRECTV


30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative (Inbound Sales and Upgrades CSR)

Directv Huntsville, AL

You're probably not here to read about DIRECTV's Fortune 500 ranking, annual revenue or latest products and services. Those things matter, of course… Directv


30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative (Inbound Sales and Upgrades)

Directv Boise, ID

Advancing the Customer Experience (Inbound Sales) Entertain your future being the go to person for your customer! In this important role, you are… Directv


30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative

Directv Minneapolis, MN +3 locations

Do have a passion for the Customer Service field ? Do you enjoy speaking to people ? If so this is the perfect job for you. Our Sales & Marketing… Directv


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    Great Company - Needs Improvement

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    I worked at DIRECTV full-time

    Pros

    - Great company and benefits
    - Leader in their media space. The best in the business.
    - Awesome parties. (Though with budget cuts are less frequent and/or opulent.)
    - Promotes your passion and interests
    - Is open to ideas and/or communication cross-functionally
    - A lot of truly talented and genuine people that make going to work worth everyday, regardless of others bs.
    - Some managers that are true leaders and care about you and your well being.
    - Friendly environment overall with a lot of perks.

    Cons

    - Your passion gets exploited and results in overwork.
    - Not enough headcount to cover all needed work, and not always willing to increase budget to assist in help in all roles.
    - Assistants are not treated like others and are low on the totem pole in visibility, advancement, pay, and bonuses.
    - Personal feelings and politics can trump actual hardwork and knowledge.
    - People that pay political games and/or brown nose are advanced quicker and higher than those with actual ability and produce much of the work.
    - Management had little knowledge of what their teams ACTUALLY do and are blinded by the brown nosers and their own agendas and reputations.
    - Work life balance is a HUGE negative factor overall.
    - No matter how well you may do your job, you may never advance or get more than a standard raise if any, no matter how long you have been there.
    - Pay is among the mid to lowest in the industry. A lot of people leave due to a better increase, responsibility, and title in other companies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Treat ALL your employees like they are valuable.
    - Many hourly or lower valued employees work as hard or harder than salaried employees that just sit around and take credit for others work.
    - Give better bonuses and incentives to all levels of employees as ALL EMPLOYEES are necessary to running an effective, profitable, sustainable business.
    - Have better 360 programs to give a TRUE holistic view off managements leadership and effectiveness.

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