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bonne compétence bonne aptitude avec le service a la clientel la motivation pour avoir une bonne rentabilité a l'entreprise travailler autonome et responsable professionnellement répondre aux besoins des clients utiliser une tablette intelligente pour rentrer toutes les informations confidentiel d'une façon sécuritaire et professionnel
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If you are a recent graduate and want to get your foot in the door, SDI is the place for you. The corporate office has the look and feel of a student campus. The work load can be overwhelming and the deadlines are tight but it teaches you a lot. My co-workers were friendly and helpful, but I cant say the same about upper management, they demand results without providing any direction. The job is overall a lot of fun with social events and beer Fridays, the only awkward part is when someone gets fired, and that happens quite frequently.
Great to get started in the marketing world
Mediocre pay, no bonuses and not a corporate environment at all.
Les journées de travail sont longues et il y a beaucoup d'interaction avec les clients. il faut donc avoir le sens de la répartie,savoir convaincre les clients et ne pas dépasser les limites. l'aspect le plus agréable c'est qu'on doit être en mesure d'approcher la clientèle et interagir avec ces derniers. le plus difficile restera les clients désagréables on se doit de garder le sourire malgré toutes remarques.
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Great place for sales people. Salary+commission+earning potential. You have to stand 8 hours on your feet. Cold calling and extensive prospecting involved. Good commission system.
A friendly environment where everyone looks out for one another. Team members ensure that you are prepared for whatever the day brings, and experience a company like SDI provides employees with is just phenomenal. One of a kind.
Very energetic and excellent team.Great in handling large volume of people during the events of the SDI. I learned a lot from them thru talking to a lot of prospects. And the most enjoyable part of the job is i get commission from every leads i get.
SDI Marketing is a great place to work. I love coming into work everyday and working with an excellent Human Resources team. The employee culture of SDI Marketing makes it a great environment to be in.
SDI Marketing is an innovative and exciting company to work for, during my 6+ years with SDI I have been exposed to multiple clients and accounts ranging from communications to professional sports to consumer goods. I am looking for the next step in my career and looking to waive "one flag" vs multiple clients, with an organization that I can feel passionate about and bring my experience to. Thank you for your consideration in advance. Best, Ray.
Great exposure to a multitude of clients
Always on the clock - nights, weekends, holidays.
Working for SDI was a great experience as my first employer in the marketing industry. The skills that I picked up worked well for me in my future aspirations in the marketing field.
Very busy and dynamic work locations. Friendly training staff and flexible work schedules. LCBO and Beer Store managerial staff were very helpful. Hardest part of the job is buying ice and carrying all equipment to the store. Also handling customers that will not leave.
I learnt a lot of abilities and sales skills. It was an awesome experience for me..
I was required to do certain things in my job to get people to sign up for credit cards, this alone is not an easy task as many people are leery of travelling salesmen. I learned that everything I was taught in my 3h training was not really all that was required in the job, I worked by myself for the most part and was responsible for what I did during shift. My management was in a city that was 2 away from me so we only ever had contact via text or email. And then that was very sparse contact. I was lied to about the requirements and job description, and was demanded to travel to keep up quotas, which was impossible to do as a single mother. They expected me to spend a week or two away at a time, which was not something that was possible at the time and was given the option to do as they wanted or leave.
work at your own pace, schedule
travel, lies and miscommunication