You can make offers online, but if they're not up against a deadline, chances are they're not even going to call you back. I would try calling them, pressing zero, and asking which team covers the shops you are looking for. Then call back and try to reach somebody at that team. Introduce yourself and let them know what you're trying to do.
Call Who and do you have a number?
Same here. I almost always get an email response. But I have been working for them for years and I have built up a strong, reliable reputation with them. And if I am negotiating, I ALWAYS need things in writing as proof.@89lulalula89 wrote:
I'm gonna disagree about Maritz not doing emails (not disagreeing with the OP that they did not respond to your email). The majority of my work comes from Maritz and I have performed jobs for them for several years now. For the past few months I have contacted them via email for 99% of any issues that I have had including rescheduling shops, canceling shops, and other issues. They have been 100% responsive. I know that they have not been very tech savvy in the past, but I do think that may be coming to an end.
Like mizzessummer, I will travel 90 minutes one-way and a lot more but as my name says, I luv traveling. I always make routes and get paid more money. They usually contact me before I even contact them.@LIJake wrote:
mizzessummer, do you negotiate bonuses for the more distant shops and are you successful?