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Retail Business Development Jobs & Careers in San Jose, CA


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2 days ago

Brand Ambassador – new

Retail Business Development San Jose, CA

Seasonal Weekend Brand Ambassadors - Interview Today! Seasonal Brand Ambassadors Looking to make some extra money for the holidays working… Retail Business Development


17 days ago

Brand Ambassadors (Rosetta Stone Project)

Retail Business Development San Jose, CA +2 locations

LOCATION: San Jose, Palo Alto, Sunnyvale, Campbell Retail Business Development (RBD) is a cutting-edge, leading provider of retail management… Retail Business Development


30+ days ago

Sales Associate (Retail Sales Consultant)

Retail Business Development San Jose, CA +7 locations

Locations we are hiring for in the Southbay area include: San Jose, Palo Alto, Fremont, Gilroy, Salinas Work with a thriving, fast growing… Retail Business Development


30+ days ago

Sales Manager (Mutil-Unit Retail Sales)

Retail Business Development San Jose, CA

Retail Sales Managers - Join the Winning Team! Join our growing, multi-million dollar retail sales and consulting company as we expand in to the… Retail Business Development


30+ days ago

Sales Reps needed ASAP. Interview today or tomorrow.

Retail Business Development, Inc. San Jose, CA

be willing to work at least 20 hours a week. Perfect job for anyone outgoing, motivated to make money, honest, good with customer interaction, and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Rep - Bilingual prefered - Base pay plus commission

Retail Business Development, Inc. San Jose, CA

this could be the job for you. Qualifications Sales experience an absolute must Strong and persuasive personality Outgoing and not afraid to talk to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Tired of working door to door sales? Looking for hourly plus commission? Hiring

Retail Business Development, Inc. San Jose, CA

Retail Business Development has a great opportunity for any sales people looking to make great money working inside of big box retail stores. Come… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Brand Representative Position $9/Hourly + Commission SAN JOSE AREA WIDE

Retail Business Development, Inc. San Jose, CA

this could be the job for you. Qualifications Sales experience an absolute must Strong and persuasive personality Outgoing and not afraid to talk… Glassdoor


17 days ago

Brand Ambassadors and Product Demonstrators (Rosetta Stone - San Jose, Palo Alto

Retail Business Development, Inc. San Jose, CA

Everyone can learn a second language, so join us! We are seeking highly motivated individuals to join our team of Brand Ambassadors nationwide to… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Retail Sales Manager

Retail Business Development, Inc. San Jose, CA

The Retail Team Leader is an aggressive and driven sales leader, responsible for driving sales and activations across all retail locations in the… Glassdoor


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    They are con artists to customers and employees

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    Former Employee - District Sales Manager for 6 Months in Dallas, TX (US)
    Former Employee - District Sales Manager for 6 Months in Dallas, TX (US)

    I worked at Retail Business Development full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    They teach how to manipulate customers to those with high IQ and fire the rest. They have no remorse for selling a product that screws people over financially. I have seen over 100 angry customers come to me aiming to sue my company because of something someone else said to sell the product to them. The lies were hard to amend because I wasn't prepared to be confronted by people who were deceived by my own coworkers or boss. Hard to prep for that.

    Cons

    Managers are clearly arrogant to realistic terms and situations. Some places don't buy. Demographics control your paycheck and your boss will stress your hair gray. They will try to bend you over backwards and promise so much reward that will NEVER come. I sold lawnmowers to cripples. I can sell anything and with integrity. But they hold your job on the line for not making a rediculously quota that double the employees couldn't achieve in their dreams. They are never satisfied leaving literally every rep depressed, frustrated, and uncomfortable, and distressed by the end of each shift once the rep is there for 2-3 weeks. They suckered you into quiting your old job first so they got you. Don't work with these people. People do not change. They advertise products that simply will not sell fast so your working on minimum wage with big hopes of 4 digit paychecks that will never come. I finally made 4 digits after a promotion was earned but I did the math and since the salary didn't pay overtime, and since they had me work 12 hours a day 7 days a week, on average I made 7.50 an hour. No I wasn't working slow. I was being called to conference calls at 8 AM and "babysiting" and secret shopping my reps until 10 PM unless I was training someone, which takes even MORE out of you. I lost the thickness of hair I used to have a year ago. Right on the top towards the front. I'm 22. Thanks RBD for teaching me how vast and unique pyramid schemes get these days.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find another job and get what you deserve, and offer bonus' to those who you employ and work harder than the minimum standard you can achieve, not the minimum standard of someone 1000 miles away where the product is actually easy to sell. They assume 100 years later, that microwaves are still a brand new invention. They must, if they think VOIP is new and EVER ONE needs it. You know as well as I do that your employees could sell lemonade faster. No offense to them, I am sure they are pro status. But metaphorically speaking... it is NOT the last coke in the desert. Makes me want to drink sand.

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