HR or Payroll:
I had resigned from a job a few weeks ago. I’m entitled to 2 weeks (10 days) of vacation pay. I used 1.5 since January 1st. Will I be paid out the vacation pay that I earned from Jan-June, or the full 8.5 days that I would’ve had left?
Dynamic strategy consulting background (6 YOE) looking to shift to sales/BD.
I know how to sell and build relationships/report.
Does that sound interesting to anyone? Hoping to get to work asap.
So I recently went through an interview through telegram chat for a position at ServiceNow. Has anyone done this before because I’m starting to think it’s fake.
Anyone from BDC willing to provide a referral? Found a role with a prefect fit with my experience and aspirations!
Does TCS revise offer letter based on counter offer. If yes, then probably within how many days?
I'm new to the Fidelity HSA account. If I have all my money in my HSA invested into stocks, bonds, etc. (No cash balance at all) and I suddenly have to pay for a medical expense, do I have to first manually sell the stocks to pay off my medical bill, or will Fidelity automatically sell the stocks for me so that I can pay for my medical bill?
So trump is requiring all covid-19 data to go through the White House, presumably, so they can skew the numbers? How many bells does this man have to ring
What's your absolute favorite teacher meme? Drop it in the comments let's all have a laugh 😁
Are companies starting to require hybrid schedules? I'm waiting to hear from a potential remote opportunity that's located in another state and I'm not looking to relocate at all. A friend shared that they were offered a position for a role that was suppose to be remote however when the offer was extended, the company asked informed that the position had changed to hybrid. Ultimately my friend declined.
Any one in compliance at an investment bank? What was interview process like? How long is interview process?
All these virtual meetings has me struggling to get my point across in conversations. Everyone speaks over one another and I never get to make my point. Starting to resent my team because of this. sPeAk LoUdEr right?
Anybody have any recommendations for real estate attorneys in the Bay Area? Looking to have my HOA/condo documents updated (and don't want to use Sirkin).
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AE at Fedex vs. XPO Logistics. Both 80k base with a 65/35 variable. Any preference between the two and why? FedEx XPO Logistics
How many different companies did you interview with before you received an offer at your current company? And how long was that process? I’ve been on a job hunt for close to 4 months! Getting a lot of interviews but no offers.. getting frustrated!!
Hey everyone, looking to help a lot of people with their health coverage before open enrollment ends. If you or someone you know needs help with this, I’d be happy to help explain everything and filter through all of the options that won’t work for them 😊👍
I was told that I was the chosen candidate for a new role that I applied for which will be promotion, I just recently received my offer and was surprised and decided to start negotiating. My boss immediately said that this is offer, either take it or lose it and no negotiating, and was only given a day to decide whether I want it or not, so he repost the position, and was also told that I was going about it the wrong way for trying to negotiate, Is this wrong of me to negotiate?
I’m starting in a medical sales role tomorrow with an existing account base. What is the most important things to do/achieve in the first 90 days to be successful?
Hi All, looking for some ideas to create a 30 60 90 for a 2nd round interview. The role is a Channel Management/ Development role for a single partner that is a communications provider. The partner has business in SMB, Enterprise, and Pub Sector.
I'm trying to find something unique/ forward thinking that is different from what is typically said. Hopefully some ideas how to engage with the partner leadership to bring value
Anything y'all have seen that you like?
hi everyone, what are some questions you normally ask your interviewer?
i’ve got a couple in mind, but just want to pick your brain and see what everyone else asks!
Tips on breaking into a tech BDR role?
Im currently working in an amazon delivery station as a shift manager - I'm wondering if certificates such as becoming a cloud practitioner or a salesforce administrator would put me in a good position to land an AWS business development role?
Are these certificates valued in the BDR world?
I was recently let go from my job of 7 years with an organic egg company. We were purchased by private equity and I was the first to be let go by the new SVP of Sales. I worked my way up from Sales Admin to Trade Marketing Manager in a 5 year span. It’s been over a month and I don’t have any solid leads for a new role. I’m looking for a role in Category Management, Trade Management or just Sales in general. I am very competent and have valid credentials. Any help is appreciated.
I received a job offer with a probationary period that requires targets are met to obtain the full salary I requested. While this is not a pure sales role, biz dev and revenue are part of the responsibility of managing a 30pp department in this role.
One target requires I increase team revenue by 20% in 6 months. They haven't shared current revenue info yet, but 20% on ANY number seems really high, especially in the first 6 months.
What are some reasonable revenue increase goals you've had?
I am looking to get out of the retail automotive sales business and perhaps find something related, like automotive software suppler position. I have been a BDC Director and Manager and have 10+ years of experience training BD agents on process and software applications in the industry. I can't seem to get any traction with the vendors. Are there other industries that might want an experienced automotive sales manager/BDC manager? I am in South Florida, but I am wiling to relocate.
I’m curious what the comp is like at salesforce as a business development rep? Also, what’s it like working for this org from a politics side of things? Ie. i know they mandated vaccine, anything else?
Any good AE positions in the Orange County area?
A few questions:
1. When a company makes an offer to a remote candidate should they consider the cost of living where the remote candiadate lives?
2. As a BDR with 6 months experience, living in Chicago, with 10+ experience in the working world (former teacher), getting an offer from a small health tech company (20 employees) what can I expect OTE to be?
I’m working for a company that is mandating all sales people use their personal cell phone for business and they do not cover the costs. This seems and feels ethically wrong. Thoughts? Is this even legal?
For those in b2b sales how are your orders placed most? Online, customer service or sales reps?
Since starting at this company in January 2022, they’ve increased my base pay from 75k to 85k. Moved me in a desirable territory to maximize sales. allowed me to speak and train reps for what has been working. Given me the freedom to work strategies that work for me.
I absolutely love this company so far. I know my worth is higher than 85k base but sheesh. The way they value me and treat their employees right. Maybe it’s worth the lesser pay?
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Super easy. I'm surprised no one has responded yet.
You literally only need to do one thing:
Sell more than anyone else on your team.
Bonus: Also have less churn than anyone else on your team.
I mean... you hit the nail on the head. That really is the fastest way to be the best.
Find a mentor. That way you don't have to learn things only after committing a mistake and you'd have access to insight that's usually gained by age/experience.
Agree with AE1, but to get there, you really have to be customer-focused. Win people over. That's the key.
AE2 is on it. It also helps to be genuinely interested in your clients/prospects, makes bonding and rapport as well as pain funneling easier.
Be memorable, and make a positive impression. Find your reason why and use it to connect with your customers.
Have a process in your daily routine that you stick to. If you tell a prospect you will follow with info, do it. Be diligent and consistent. Connect with other sales professionals who have been successful and find out what their process looked like.
Thank you guys so much!
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