Trentyre
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Trentyre Employee Review

The credit and price opening process takes a long time because you have to wait for someone at headoffice to do it.

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28 December 2019
No management support,no backstaff support if you new.i never had training to work the system which I had to learn on my own.theres no co operation between the different departments.head office people in jhb are hard to reach and get hold off and some deals that need immediate resolution have to wait sometimes and you loose the deal because your manager isn't available or the credit guys are not available.
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  1. The credit and price opening process takes a long time because you have to wait for someone at headoffice to do it.