Senior Desk Based Account Manager in Carrickmines, County Dublin
Nearing the end of the line
Ive been working for Vodafone for 7 years now and in that time ive felt the avenues for progression are very slim and recently a lot of people have been let go which has made it even harder to advance.
Sales Associate in Douglas, County Cork
Absolutely awful experience
Would not recommend unless you want to work 6 day weeks from day one with no training. Very poor management. Promise of commission but targets ridiculously high and unachievable for the first 6 months at least. Not worth the stress. One of the worst jobs I've ever had. Their network is always down so be prepared for constant abuse from angry customers (who are completely justified in their anger).
Sales agent in Clonmel, County Tipperary
Wouldn't recommend it
Highly stressful, unachievable sales targets,higher Management and owners do not care about their staff. Wages is rubbish, commission structure is a joke . Training is non existent. Fear tactics toward elderly customers to encourage them to sign into a bill pay contract
Account Manager in Leopardstown
If you want to progress don’t work in Vodafone , no room for progression unless you’re in a click and prepared to lick up to management and be false with the rest of managers
Wasted my time working there , a lot of talk of perks and progression at start but all empty talk
Great place to work if you want to work for peanuts with no thanks from management
Residential Field Representative in Ireland
Great if your single
They provided us with decent training but the salary just wasn't good enough for the not so productive weeks ( approx €1200pm) When sales were got and targets were hit it was fantastic between half days, incentives and commission ( approx €2000pm ) . Plus use of the company car out of business hours.
I personally got on very well with management very well the only fownfal is the basic my opinion plus the late hours .