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TSA Group Sales Representative yearly salaries in Australia

Salary estimated from 7 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: 15 October 2020
$42,118 per year
40% Below national average
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Melbourne VIC
Customer Service and Sales experience preferably within inbound or outbound call centre. Using your well-developed sales and service skills, you will…
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Sales is never easy but coming to work is good fun
When I read some of the comments on here I get kind of confused. I loved working at TSA and I was friends with a lot of people in my office and they all felt the same way as me.
Sure, I don’t want to spend the rest of my life in a call centre (wasn’t really interested in moving into a management position) but I learnt some sales skills that set me up to leave TSA and pursue a professional face to face sales career.


At the time the money was the best I had every earned. Even though the base salary is low if you work hard and take your job seriously there’s great commission opportunity. I had worked for places before with no opportunity to earn a bonus and the work was easy but it got boring trying to be the best for no reward. At TSA I got to experience being rewarded for meeting targets and doing a good job.

Work culture was great, again my old job didn't really do much that would be considered fun so we had heaps of competitions running all the time and there were always prizes, work parties were pretty cool too.

People seem to love the ping pong table but it's not really my thing.
Pros
Learnt some great skills to help me with a career upgrade after a couple of years
Cons
Fast paced at times and starting out was tough for the first couple of weeks
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Productive and fun workplace with a ping-pong table, a ''chill-out zone'' and great kitchen facilities, as well as being public transport friendly
I give TSA Group a total of 4 stars as a whole due to the following,

The Job Work/Life Balance is great however leave is provided sparingly, even in dire instances leave has to be justified with multiple documents and constant reminders. Paid sick leave is also scarce at this workplace. You comply with the unplanned absence policy, provide a doctor's certificate only to have 'sick leave - unpaid' on your payslip - in the instance you have an adequate sick leave balance. The hours vary depending on your roster yet they work well for full-time workers. The hours never exceed a start time of 9AM.


The salary and benefits isn't too bad, can't say I wasn't paid well considering my role as a sales agent. The original enticing declaration on the job description was 'uncapped incentives' however bear in mind, TSA has a budget they explain can sometimes affect your pay. So even if you exceed your targets, you can only earn so much more on top of your base salary. As for advancement, unless you engage with management in a super cosy manner to the point the personal/professional barrier is broken, you will not advance. There are only so many management positions and they hard to come by. Management who is employed at the time make it firmly clear they aren't going anywhere anytime soon.


Management overall isn't too bad, certain managers are lovely; efficient; personable and motivational. As a whole, they are all there to help you become a better salesperson and they really do know best. They will always have you back but remember their best interest is to push results.


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Pros
Excellent incentives for commission and team-building games
Cons
Inefficient management due to an individual who does not deserve their current position
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Probably my first sales job
Sales rep was the position. Base rate plus commission if you were brilliant at selling. You got 5 weeks of training for outbound centre and less for inbound centre. You had teams galore competing everyday for prizes which I guess was nice.
Pros
Free lunches. Paid training, competitions for prizes, 2 lunch breaks
Cons
Overtime is standard rate unless on a Sunday
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How much does a Sales Representative make at TSA Group in Australia?
Average TSA Group Sales Representative yearly pay in Australia is approximately $42,118, which is 40% below the national average.
Salary information comes from 28 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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