Green Energy
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Temporary receptionist in ENG
on 14 May 2014
Good Work Place
A typical days work but enjoyable. I learned how to deal with customers more confidently.
Driver Rep in Brighton
on 10 November 2021
Don't be fooled
Don't be mislead by the job listing; this is a sales job for a double-glazing company, which goes under the name of First Home Improvements, not 'Green Energy'. Furthermore, both the job listing, as well as the interview that I attended, didn't disclose the fact that this job is self-employed and 100% commission-based. You will also not receive any help with fuel costs; on some days I was driving anywhere up to 4 hours. You will be expected to deliver an entire sales pitch, lasting a couple of hours inside somebody's home, with the sole aim of getting a hard-sell on the day; it is not merely a matter of measuring and surveying a few windows, as the job listing suggests. Customers are pressured into purchasing on the day by being delivered a standard 2-year quote, and then a ridiculously reduced quote which is only valid for the time that you're at the property. It is common knowledge among everyone within the company that the 2-year quotes are rarely ever taken up, so the whole process feels very dishonest.That said, the management was friendly and it was a nice tight-knit team to be a part of. If you know how to play a good salesperson and are willing to graft long hours, then there is potentially good money to be made in this role.
Field Sales Executive in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
on 13 March 2020
Worst company ever
Worst company ever Give me 45 minutes training told me to go out and get Leads I got them hit my target the first three month had a knee operation and they said that I wasn’t pulling my weight so they suck me
Previously worked Full Time in Brentwood
on 26 July 2019
fun
fun nice people lovely customers had a brilliant time working there. would love it to reopen but unfortunately it can't which can't be helped I suppose
Sales Assistant in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 9 September 2017
Fun work place
Staff were great, work was extremely easy, was a Monday to Friday position, good pay, understanding managers, good length lunch breaks, only problem was the company went bust.

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