STOCK MARKET COLLEGE
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STOCK MARKET COLLEGE Employee Review

unethical protocols and unreasonable sales targets

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9 April 2018
hard to convince clients never apply for a position of target driven salary unethical or unprofessional managerial corporate culture is not that important to travel using your own money and unreasonable sales targets commission paid every weekend but depends on number of clients (No clients, No commission)
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sales knowledge
Cons
target driven salary
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