Integrity Home Solutions
3.8 out of 5 stars.
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Integrity Home Solutions Careers and Employment

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    11 to 50

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Reviews

Installation/Service Technician in Austin, TX
on July 1, 2015
I would deal with working with my coworkers on a daily basis. Sometimes with big projects. Prewiring houses, apartments, and buildings for security, phone, cable, CCTV and trimouts. Some times I would do installations after the building has been built. I would do programming and demos for owner to learn their systems. I would use my own vehicle but always prefer to use a company vehicle. The hardest part was crawling in attics and crawl spaces but this job had it's adventures on a daily basis.
Laborer in Tucson, AZ
on March 6, 2018
a typical day at work is very productive, i have definitely learned a lot about home maintenance and meeting deadlines while providing quality product
Marketing Director in Saint Peters, MO
on December 8, 2014
Management was out of this world with expectations. I never had a day off the entire time i worked with this company. That was a major downside for me. I missed a lot of family events and time with my daughter that i wish i could have back. My employees were really fun and my owner was an okay guy. I was involved in a car accident that rendered me unable to continue with the company. Management could not wait for me to get through recovery. I really wish i could still be with this company just because i knew how to make the company better and i feel without my influence a lot of people suffered that did not need to do so. Overall i would say my experience was a 5 out of 10.
Telemarketing Director in Saint Peters, MO
on September 30, 2013
I would arrive at the office at 1pm, sometimes earlier. 1pm-2pm I would write down my tasks for the day and the quotas of which we needed to hit for the day, week, and month. Around 2pm-3pm, myself and ownership would have a production meeting. 3pm the shift would start and I would distribute leads for contact to employees. 4pm my confirmation person would arrive, I would debrief her on how many leads we would need confirmed for the day. If we did not have the adequate amount of leads for confirmation to make the quota I would be in contact with the canvass department to tell them what we needed for the next day. 5pm-5:15pm would be break time wand me and my workers would have a meeting outside while they either smokes a cigarette or just hung out. 5:15pm-7pm would be calling the entire time setting appointments for the week. Our appointment times for sales were 10am, 12pm, 3pm, 5pm, and 7pm. Since our appointment times conflicted with our production schedule I was in constant contact with our 5 sales people making sure they arrived on time to each appointment. 7pm-9pm shift would continue. 9pm shift would end and employees would go home. I stayed behind and completed payroll, distributed leads to sales reps and closed the office.

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