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Dynasplint, Dynasplint, Dynasplint

Discussion in 'Dynasplint' started by Concerned Citizen, Sep 24, 2008 at 9:48 AM.

  1. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Who is the Regional/District Manager for Dynasplint in Mississippi?
     
  2. Dynasplint's Regional Sales Manager for Mississippi is Louis Jones. You can reach him at ljones@dynasplint.com.
    Let us know if we can help you in any way!
     
  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Do not work for this company. Seems like a good company when you visit the website, go through the interview process, and even go to training. The truth is that Dynasplint is a good product to sell. You probably won't complain about the decent salary and car allowance either. But the reality is the company doesn't know how to train sales people and you won't be around for long. If you don't hit your numbers no matter how unrealistic they are you will be gone. There is no sales training if you're not hitting your numbers. If you don't hit they fire you and hire someone else. Put it this way...I went to my first quarterly district/team meeting recently and I realized something when we all went around the table and did introductions. We said our name and how long we had been with the company. Listen to these results. Eleven reps total. 1 rep with the company 7 years, 1 rep for 5 Years, 1 rep for 2 years, 1 rep for 9 months, 4 reps for 6 months, 3 reps for less than 3 months. Eight out of eleven reps have been with the company for less than 9 months. What does that tell you about turnover??? Since that meeting I was let go along with two other reps who weren't hitting their numbers. In the past I have worked in sales and never had a problem hitting numbers, but the numbers Dynasplint expects are unrealistic because they do not properly analyze territory potential (all you current employees know what I am talking about). If you get a high producing territory you may make it as long as the reps at the meeting I went to (anywhere from 2-7 years). I would look for other jobs where you can grow as a professional and/or salesperson. Check Medzilla.com for real jobs. Just trying to help out...
     
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Who is the manager in NC?
     
  5. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I currently work for Dynasplint and so far I really do enjoy it. One thing people need to remember is that he/she is going to have to work. So many people think they get a sales job and just show up somewhere and sell. You have to educate people on your product, any product you sell, Dynasplint included. Now, the only problem I see thus far is that they only hire from within the company. That usually sounds great if you are looking to join a company... except, often times a great sales rep, is not a great manager. Usually these two jobs require different characteristics, now sometimes it works, but often it doesn't. However, if you understand the product and the principles it was built upon you will realize that it is the best there is.

    All things considered thus far things are going well but if you are considering working for Dynasplint you are going to have to work, the orders will not just be handed to you. For many people that is going to be a problem, for others with a good work ethic you shouldn't have a problem. Best of luck to whomever you are.
     
  6. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I have applied for an opening and we will see if I am contacted. I should be contacted, but who knows. Thanks for the information. Do they use the in-house recruiters or do they use an outside recruiter? I have applied online and send my information to the DM.
     
  7. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Who overseas New England Territory? Could this company be used as a stepping stone for someone trying to get into Sales?
     
  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    That is all that this company is a stepping stone if that. It's a horrible company to work for with twisted culture that benefits no one. Read the posts and see that there are lots of unhappy people associated with this company. Also know that corporate trickles in thier positive spin since the reality is that the company is shit. Heck with a turnover of 78% why not give it a shot you have nothing to lose...
     
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Nice post corporate!!People don't be fooled by this.
     
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    This is a message board and place where truth and accurate facts are supposed to be found. Unfortunately, much of what is written is completely skewed and extremely far from the reality that Dynasplint Systems is and stands for as a company. Many people are wasting their time blasting a company for actions and claims that are false and downright slanderous. Before spewing stories it’s usually a good idea to gather all the facts and make sure they are true, as many of the postings are extremely mislead.
    For those wanting to REALLY know about Dynasplint, I would start talking to people that work for the company and let them share their experience. You will more than likely get an honest answer of what they like and don’t like rather than asking a disgruntled and miserable person on their one sided view.
     
  11. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    I work for Dynasplint currently and if anyone wants to know something ask away.
     
  12. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Re: Dynasplint, Dynasplint, Dynashit

    I guess it would be really difficult to talk to a current employee with a 78% turnover rate. So approximatley 8 out of 10 people lose thier jobs with Dynasplint. So I would have to find 2 employees to talk with that probably have a tenure of less than 1 year. See the previous post #53 "Put it this way...I went to my first quarterly district/team meeting recently and I realized something when we all went around the table and did introductions. We said our name and how long we had been with the company. Listen to these results. Eleven reps total. 1 rep with the company 7 years, 1 rep for 5 Years, 1 rep for 2 years, 1 rep for 9 months, 4 reps for 6 months, 3 reps for less than 3 months. Eight out of eleven reps have been with the company for less than 9 months. What does that tell you about turnover???" Need we say more?
     
  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    Gotta make themselves look good to someone. We all know that the company doesn't take care of it's employees.
     
  14. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    But they sure pay like you're the average joe. Expect 30-40k per year for selling medical equipment. I wouldn't get out of bed for less than 80k and don't!!
     
  15. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    What if I could offer you a position selling about the same product line but gave you a base of 85k per year, plus guaranteed bonus of 30k, plus commissions at year 2, a $700 a month car allowance or company car, gas included, unlimited expense account, 401k match $1 for $1 up to 8%, stock options and pension, cell phone and laptop? Would you be interested? I'm sure you would. This package is INDUSTRY STANDARD!!! Don't talk about how good Dynasplint is becuase you have no idea how good you can have it!!