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Great for students that can only work a block of time. It you can commit to a full campaign be prepared to work alot of hours! However this job can be pysically challenging so take that into consideration. Good fit for people who have great spatial reasoning and/or enjoy puzzles!
I had fun in the beginning, but some of the stores where I was demonstrating and selling the product had some less than pleasant managers, whom I didn't work for, sticking their nose into things that were none of their business. Also, it wasn't clearly explained that I was an independent contractor, therefore, I ended up paying $800 in taxes because they weren't taking anything off my paychecks.
Somewhat independent without a lot of pressure. Hourly rate + commission
Some locations were very slow for customers resulting in low salessales
Always late with pay. Pay is poor compared to other brand ambassador jobs to begin with. Turnover rate high, management info operative, do not care for their employees, and forever changing too. Never knew what the commission was supposed to be, as they changed it 3x in the 6 months I worked there. They make you pay for your own milk to be "reimbursed" for it later. Which was often forgotten on the paycheck. Nothing short of a ridiculous company. I will never work for match again after working this gig.
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I've had dozens of jobs, worked in hundreds of places. I never had a problem at MATCH that I couldn't make right that I didn't make myself. Yes, I worked as a Team Lead for Match Marketing. I spent a lot of time completing surveys, capturing metrics, reporting, solutions, sometimes changes and often enough challenges. I spent a lot of time asking questions. Questions like: Are we still doing this procedure? What is the priority of these two different urgent last minute items? The interpersonal aspect of the work was rewarding. I enjoyed identifying skills of team members and allowing them to work in the areas where they will be most effective.
If you don't mind terrible management and source companies not having their stuff together this is the job for you
The work itself was reasonably tolerable except for the office politics of the higher-ups. Not to mention the fact that the people working for the cosmetic companies sending the kits to the stores you will be working at have probably never set foot in a department store in their lives. There was not a single day where a company sent us everything we needed/didn't send extra stuff to get thrown out/understood the actual size of the wall we were working on. If you're the type of person who doesn't let things get to you and has a "we will do what we can with what we have to the best of our ability attitude" then you will probably do pretty okay with this job.
Paid for all your driving
hours can be long. not consistent work.
hourly wage is good with the promise of a commission. Xmas comes along and the commission is no longer there... There is no signed contract so I am very upset they didnt hold out their end of the bargain. I gave up weekends for the money and the promise of a great Xmas commission season.. Burst my bubble for sure. Not recommended. No communication or answers to my questions...poor management on all levels.
a decent hourly wage for a student
weekends, no integrity, no management
Horrible experience. Paid half descent hourly rate, barely any training from the manager - my training was interrupted continuosly by sales manager answering cell phone dealing with payroll issues which should have been a red flag for me...the sales managers' comment was very aloof about it. No communication as far as entering hours and/ expenses online( you have to buy milk than claim it). No help or return communication from Matchmarketing. Sales Manager rarely returns emails, and did not enter my hours! I did not get paid and still havent! Absolute farce of a company to work for - think twice before getting involved with the Nespresso program through Matchmarketing! Sales manager not sensitive to people having a family life outside of Nespresso. Very demanding environment. For a couple of short shifts a week completely not worth your while to get involved with. Sales manager would not provide payrolls' contact info to me..even after numerous requests. I was completely ignored. Matchmarketing would not get back to me either.. no one takes responsibility and always try to pass the buck! I still have not been able to speak to payroll! Dont waste your precious time on Nespresso. Manager not accessible to help you out for entering your hours on new system or about pay roll. Incompetent employees. They need to employ local area contractors who deal DIRECTLY with Nespresso themselves and drop the sales manager role! This would work MUCH better! Selling the Nespresso brand is a privilege and initially I was happy to represent. Unfortunately the management issues took away from - plus...
Half descent wage! Selling high quality Nespresso machines
Most everything involving management
I had such an amazing time working on the Trophy Campaign. I learned so much from people management to product development. My co-workers was amazing, we all got a long great and they respected me as their manager. The hardest part of the job, was probably people management due to the amount of staff I had to take care of. The most enjoyable part of my job was being in the stampede, it really created such a buzz and everyone was just so excited to work!
Not enough work, poor communication with management. No benefits as we are signed as contractors, pay is alright but certainly lower than competing marketing agencies.
Fun, hands on, interactive
slow sales at times, not enough shifts, no benefits
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