Nedbank Employee Reviews for Sales Consultant in Pretoria, Gauteng
Sales Consultant6 reviews
Pretoria, Gauteng6 reviews
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a typical day at work is when we dont have much clients in the bank for the whole day,may be two or three clients, most clients do not buy any products, they only came to enquire about their account and at the end of the day i must give figures to my manager and my manager does not accept any reason that i do not have sales for the day.i learned that i must go look for business not wait for business to come to me and in that case i do look for business by means of calling clients and looking after their needs.My co-workers do assist me cause i talk to them every day asking them to help me where i am short, i give them product knowlege so that they can be able to assist me.the hardest part of my job is reporting zero sales for the day cause i have to give an explaination why is my sales on zero,the most enjoyable part of the job is when i meet my target because then everyone is happy
free lunches is good it comes ones in the year so that we can relax a bit
8hr00 to 4h30 monday to friday
Nedbank is a company that lives continues to live up to it's values and ensures that it's employees understand the culture, however different management styles by different managers make it a bit difficult for employees to understand.
Extended hours without compesation
Sales, sales and sales targets. Enjouable is to help a client achieving their dreams( eg. car, home, bussiness, education or just saving for a dream holiday). Management leaves you most of the time to achieve your targets on your own. Hardest part is to dissapoint a client when they do not qualify for certain products. Although you work for an individual target it is imprtant that there is teamwork to acchieve a collective target for the Branch/Reagion.
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