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Yes. IGS is a reputable company (despite their suspect rates & practices) so they should be able to trust, as much as possible, that their Representatives can be trusted in Customer homes.

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After achieving 'Territory Manager' in good time, I liked the Title. But I rarely talked about my work unless someone pressed me.

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IGS is a very uplifting place to work. There were times when my Sales qualified me for NOT having to attend an office/staff meeting. But I would go anyway because the positivity & pep-rallyesque support was good for my own attitude!

But it doesn't take long to realize that this is, ultimately, a meaningless job and that the work that you're doing for customers vs. what they can do for themselves, via their local Utility (Gas AND Electric), is for Corporate IGS, not the end user.

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I DID leave. I was offered a position, completely outside of the Energy commodity industry and accepted it. Misleading people and raising their rates, on commodities that they use each day, does not feel good.

IGS's Home Warranty offerings are second to none, however! Our office recently broke into the Solar Energy field but this program, along with their inflated IGS Corporate-overhead-driven commodity rates require scrutiny.

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Morning to night. Unless meeting goals.

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The actual selling of the products that may not help the customer.

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I worked 8 hours a day M-F.

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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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I feel that Corporate IGS has a strong future! The company is extremely risk averse. And, though, that makes for less than competitive commodity rates, I can say that they are privately held, profit driven, innovative and willing to invest in the personal touch; placing 1 quality representative (like myself) in an entire Territory so that they can work it effectively.

GREAT BUSINESS MODEL. Just a silly, completely unnecessary industry; brought-about by certain states doing their residents "a favor" by deregulating.

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