“With over 100 percent turnover in employee's annually, this is a great place to work if your a sales trainer! ”
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- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at RentPath full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Work from home makes the job a little more tolerable. I enjoyed working with my co-worker. I say co-worker because when I started 3 years ago we had 7 people in my office and there where only two when I left. And now one.
If you work as a sales trainer you have real good job security because this company has around 600 employees and has gone through over 1,200 in the last two years.
The benefits are OK.
Decent products but Zillow and Trulia will crush them, and the rest of the industry, when the merger is finished.Cons
Turnover is over 100 percent a year. Extremely high, even for a sales organization.
The commission plan for sales people resets every year. This is OK if you have a bad year(providing they haven't fired you, remember over 100 turnover a year). But if you have a good year they roll all your sales into your next years goal but don't pay you an extra dime.
Way, way too much work for a Sales Executive. The company has almost no support for the sale staff. Sales people end up doing everything from building ads to on-boarding customers.
My Director was incompetent and smarmy . He was never in management before RentPath and they promoted him twice. He is the only sucker that would take the postilion.
The CEO is a great bean counter but not much of a leader. In three years he addressed the whole organization 3 times.
The President is a megalomaniac that is more concerned about preserving her power that generating business. She personally has to approve any discounts on contracts in an organization of over 600.
This company is based in Atlanta so their is plantation vibe all around.
Almost no minority working outside of the "home office" or in management. I am just saying.Advice to ManagementAdvice
A change in upper leadership is needed.
Treat the employees like human being instead of surfs of the Kingdom.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a staffing agency. The process took a day – interviewed at RentPath in July 2014.Interview Details
It was a smith process where I explained each position I held, my role, and skills acquired. It was a comfortable environment and welcoming even during the interview. They're looking for customer service based people who are motivated, hard working and organized. Do your best and showcase all your skills that for into the customer service arena.Interview Questions
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