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The jobs I got with SDI were some of the most enjoyable jobs I've had. I got to meet great people, and it wasn't a stressful job at all! The events you work vary of course, and you don't have fixed hours because they contact you whenever they need you, usually a week or to prior to the event. The pay is good considering the amount of work you're expected to do. The only thing that might be an issue is that they take about a month to pay you, and sometimes (like in my case) someone in accounting forgets to send your pay. But this issue was quickly resolved by the the Brand Ambassador manager.
You get to work with amazing people and you're expected to have fun as part of the job
Some shifts can be long hours
It was required that you arrive to the job 15 minutes before clock in time to set up your station and prepare for your shift. The job description was to stand in front of your booth at a professional sports game and attract people over for you to advertise the opportunity to register for a credit card, and in return you receive a fan souvenir of the home team. Once the shift was over you would pack up your booth station, take it back to storage to put it away until next usage, and then clock out to go home.
Rewards for certain number of people you get signed up
A lot of people aren’t interested and don’t want to be bothered
During the CNE I worked here and it always gave you the opportunity to work long hours and make good money, so it was good. However I don't believe SDI does anything with the CNE anymore so this is kind of irrelevant.
Lots of Hours
Tired from all the hours
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Typical Day at Work: -Socializing with customers -Obtaining information pertaining to product What You Learned: -Information pertaining to Product -Skills regarding socialization Management: -Easy Going and Supportive of Staff -Difficult to get a hold of Workplace Culture: -By yourself/self reliant
incentives, high pay
A typical work day started at around 10am but I arrived at 9:30am to set up my station. We spent a solid 5 to 6 hours a day promote the alumni MasterCard from TD bank to students and visitors of the University of Toronto bookstore. I learned what is important when in charge of a promotional campaign and what it means to be presentable. My manager helped me fine-tune everything in terms of appeal and standards held by the company. My co-workers and I were in a competitive environment that was intimidating at first but later on became more of a personal development kind of atmosphere. We supported each other and helped each other reach better sales targets. The hardest part of my job was the initial phases when i would try to approach potential customers and subsequently be completely ignored due to lack of interest. It made me grow in confidence and self-acceptance as I got used to it. The most enjoyable part of the job was the team dynamic and learning how to market the Alumni MasterCard to different people for their unique needs and walks of life. Bonuses for meeting targets helped too.
Working with motivated individuals who helped me achieve more than I thought I could.
Facing rejection daily, not being guaranteed to meet sales targets, lack of advancement opportunities.
Worked for this company and the only positive thing was the actual work in field. Everything behind the scenes was terrible. Management is dishonest, and doesn't seem to care about employees. I volunteered to help with a mistake made by the manager... Little did I know, he had blamed the mistake on me. I have never written a poor review about anything, so I think that says enough. I'm also told they are terrible with pay, but I guess I will find out about that in 2 weeks.
Poor management and organization
Got to work at Blue Jays games which was terrific. I learnt that 'Marketing' can really mean anything. I loved the brand manager for my particular promotion, and really enjoyed "A FEW" of my co-workers. Some were clearly not happy to be there, while others were as excited as I was.
Free blue jays games
Very hot days we were still required to work, difficult or rude interactions with people, mediocre pay
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