Crew Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – June 1, 2015
Was a great job to start but management changes were made and this office turned into and unprofessional workplace. Would not recommend anyone working there under the current management team. Enter at your own risk!!!
Long hours, Bad management in place. Would not recommend!
this job was a tempary job. I learned how to talk to people and be comfortable with speaking to them. My co-worker were very helpful with the scipts we had to remember. The hardest part of the job is that not knowing if we were getting paid or not. If we didnt sign people up that we wouldnt get paid. I enjoyed walking , that really keep me in shape that year.
DOOR-DOOR SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – April 27, 2015
A typical day at work is punching in at 11am and punching out at 9pm. Group meetings are held from 11am to 1pm where we practice our sales pitch and give praise to those who closed deals the day prior. From 1pm to 9pm we our out in the field going door to door trying to enroll customers into our program. This job has improved my communication and people skills. The hardest part of the job is accepting rejection whereas the most enjoyable part of this job is enrolling a new customer.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Kew Gardens, NY – April 4, 2015
Made a lot of relationships Great place to work The hardest part of the job was maintaining the Quota of how many interviews came in. The Most enjoyable part of the job was the different types of people I got to meet and my coworkers that worked in the office with me.
Independent Contractor (Former Employee) – houston,TX – March 30, 2015
I liked working for Just Energy because we traveled to different areas in and out of the city. I met seveal different people form different backgrounds. I really enjoyed the potential to make more money.
A typical work day was from 9 am to 11 pm, 7 days a week. I worked there for three months and made about 500 dollars. My co-workers would constantly try to get me to smoke weed and get drunk on the job. I was uncomfortable, overworked and underpaid. They had me go solicit in no soliciting zones, and I almost got arrested because I didn't have a license to solicit, which I didn't even know I needed. When I told my boss, he just brushed me off.
My boss, when he would sometimes come with us, lied to drive about 90 miles per hour down the highway. Every other word from his mouth was a curse word. He was rude and unprofessional.
The only good part of the job was learning something new and experiencing door-to-door sales. I learned a lot, but overall, it wasn't worth it.
knock door to door for sales, I learned how to talk to people better. Management is open and flexible to how you work. co-workers are not around often except in morning meetings or knocking doors with you. The hardest part of the job is getting the customer to listen to you. The most enjoyable part of the job is signing the customer up.
Nice to have pool tables to enjoy at lunch time however, Supevision could be improved.
Customer Service Representive (Current Employee) – Starkville, MS – February 24, 2015
It has been an awesome experience learning how each of these agencies have interconnected somehow. Working for Sitel Company has been an awaking experience to how important good supervision is to a company.