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Sales Executive10 reviews
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Good future but not easy

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To sale a property is not a easy task but if you have guts to sale your most welcome but the only problem you will face that company didn't have ready to move in project
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Company doesn't pay the salary on time , managers are tied you like a servient . its a field job where for traveling you need to pay form you pockets
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Waste company don't join anyone

You will Waste your time by joining the company they just fool you long working hours they will pressure you a lot for sale as they want you to work as a prisioners to them..

Pros

No lunch

Cons

Long working hours no week offs if sale is not done
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Square Yards is known for its professionalism

Square Yards is known for its professionalism and this couldn’t be truer! Everything is done absolutely impeccably. I love this approach and wish to do my best also at all times.

Pros

Flexible timing

Cons

6 days working
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I am continuously learning how to grow and evolve

Square Yards has instilled a great work culture amongst us, the employees, where we are continuously learning more about the industry and how to improve and enhance our skills. This constant quest for growth and evolution is a major advantage by all means.

Pros

Free Lunch

Cons

Nothing that I can truly think of since everything is taken care of by the company.
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Competitive Work Environment Keeps Us on Our Toes

Square Yards Dubai has a competitive work environment, which helps you keep learning and growing. From the outside, it may seem stressful but it is not. You get a lot of good work challenges, which makes it interesting on an everyday basis. Definitely a place for go-getters who go out of their way when it comes to work challenges.

Pros

Free cab facility

Cons

6-day long work-week.
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It is a fabulous organisation

Flexible, rewarding, and innovative organisation. It feels like family working with Square Yards. Also, Salary is timely. Also Top Managment is great.

Pros

Great Incentive

Cons

Training is not frequent
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"One of the best companies I have worked with"

1. Well defined strategy. 2. Collaborative culture. 3. We do what makes sense and what is right for our people and clients. 4. Great learning opportunities
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I was working with Squareyards as a Buisness sales executive

Not an ideal place to work. No rebuesmennt policy. No incentives policy . Lots of work pressure. Everyday have to do 150 cold calling and 2 F2F. So not an ideal place to work
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great learning

sale of commecial and residential properties. A great place to learn lots of new things and how to crack sales, various other terms and terminologies which are helpful .
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Based on 290 reviews

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3.9 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.0 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3.9 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
4.1 out of 5 stars for Management
4.1 out of 5 stars for Culture

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