IGS Energy
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About the company

  • CEO
    Scott White, CEO
  • Founded
    1989
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 190 reviews and is evolving.
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Account Manager in Westlake, OH
on October 3, 2021
Igs is tough to describe for me. On one hand the compensation package is fair, arguably good. Decent entry level salary with a generous commission package (if you can sell). On the flip side, you are going door to door peddling a product no one cares about. Sure everyone uses energy, but does anyone want to be talked to at the door about their heating bill in the middle of summer? This is a great job to build your sales skills and learn how to take rejection.
Sales Consultant in Youngstown, OH
on October 20, 2021
Your hourly schedule takes over your entire day. They set you up with mostly projects to sell in that don’t care what you’re selling. I’ve watched people lie to customers to make the sales. Very very shady people for the most part. The big shot leading the show thinks that he’s the king and constantly tells people to keep their mouth shut when they bring up a point of the company not being fair to customers / competition .
Sales Associate in Dublin, OH
on September 20, 2021
It’s work from home and flexible which is the best part. The goals are ridiculous and the bonus structure is terrible. Meeting the sales goal isn’t easy and if you make it- you’re still not bonusing what you deserve. They also made it a rule after you’re on board that saturdays are mandatory if you don’t hit your minimum after working all week.
Sales Representative in Akron, OH
on September 11, 2021
Tough job but we’ll compensated and management is very supportive. The first week they’ve been really respectful of my time and it does feel very family like
Sales Representative in Remote
on September 3, 2021
I was told that I will be paid great If I can sell the product.My first week I killed it and made peanuts especially how expensive it is to live in the northeast the pay will not even cover the rent!!!!! But I was lied to about making big money.other then the pay I thought the people were great!!!

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Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

What are personal goals; what do you want in a supervisor; tells us why you feel you can sell our products

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Shared on March 15, 2017

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