Opening Up a New Territory

I am in a new city now, the boss sent me here to set up a new territory. He came with me to start out, so that he could supervise the initial set up and interview the job applicants. After we were set up he left me here to take care of things. Of course I needed to figure out some stuff he forgot. I had to get an online paystub generator for some of the workers who needed them, in fact we are not really cutting checks. The boss decided that it was a lot easier and cheaper to do direct deposits, so he told all of the people who he hired that was how it was going to be. No one really protested, of course no one has any real imperative to cash a check. Most people are happy enough to use their debit card, for me it is free of cost so I hardly ever bother to carry cash. However some of the people want to have a pay stub for their records. Fixing it was not that big of a deal.

So far there have not been that many problems. It is a big move up for me and of course the big problem is that we have to find new clients. That is what I am really responsible for and why they brought me here. All of the rest of the job is secondary to selling. Of course this was my territory before and so I have the head start on the job. Mostly we want to open up new territory, all of the areas around this city where we never had a presence in the past. At the moment I am trying to figure out where the potential clients are and how to get in a room with them.

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