Sales Executive | Kempton Park, Gauteng | 18 May 2015
Cell C Franchise
A typical day at work would be reasonably quiet for most of the day. When it did get busy for a few moments, you had to Rica Sim cards, upgrade clients contracts, try to attract new customers. I learned how to work with cell phones, how to identify fake ID's and to prevent fraud. I improved on my communication skills, especially because I worked with foreigners quiet often and that in turn increased my patience. Management was not very professional as they made you work over time without pay and you were only allowed one day off. You also got paid very little for the amount of work and time you put into the job. I worked with a very good team. Everyone assisted each other, corrected each other when needed and got along very well. Everyone was very hard working. The hardest part of the job was communicating with people who could not understand English very well and trying to explain the packages to them. The most enjoyable part of my job was making sure the customers were happy with the service that they received.