Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Fairfax, VA – September 27, 2014
Cakes, cookies and donuts are served as snacks throughout the day. On the weeks ends we can wear jeans and dress casual other than professional during the week. The hardest part of the job is overcoming rejections in a call center environment. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting bonus checks, free snacks and sometimes lunch and being around enjoyable people.
Management is very unorganized and if you're a rep you are basically invisible to them. Training was average, pay structure would be more fair if they reimbursed for gas. Travel every single day and expect to work 12 or more appointments per week.
Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Anchorage, AK – June 29, 2018
Joining this team was the best career move I've made. I was a little on the fence initially, as I joined from a larger company with a more broad scope of work, but I'm so glad I did. Great and supportive coworkers who want to see you and the company succeed and a management staff that's dedicated to helping drive the business in the right direction. Our location has it's growing pains, but the overall mood is to find solutions and get through it together, instead of the 'every man for himself' that I've experienced at other places. This isn't a company for someone who wants to coast and just do the minimum. The team is driven to see the company succeed.
Lead Installer (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – June 26, 2018
Full time work, fair pay and excellent windows to install. Management and Measure Techs work closely together to aid all aspects of the projects. You will learn tricks of many trades as the diverse work force they employ work closly together.
Scheduling Coordinator (Former Employee) – Laguna Hills, CA – June 20, 2018
The work was tough. The boss could be tough at times but overall, great company, great people, great product and hard work. The work was a challenge everyday. Didn't matter what position, you had a full plate and probably weren't going to finish it by the end of the day.
Otherwise, the people I met were very kind and hardworking people. The culture was very warm and tight-knit. The office was small so interactions were plenty. Food was also being ordered frequently.
Canvasser (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 14, 2018
Renewal by Andersen had a really fun family environment. Everyone there acted as if we were all a family. If you ever needed anything they would do their best to help you find a solution. Management was very fair and gave multiple promotion opportunities
Long hours and weird places to pitch replacement windows, Work places are good in some places. Lots of standing in same places. If you have foot or back problems and are shy,probably not a good choice.
Management (Former Employee) – Carmel, IN – June 8, 2018
While the leadership presses you to work hard, it is to ensure that everyone continues to move forward. Transparency from management to team can at times seem mixed, but overall leadership wants to see everyone do well.
They Literally Smoke Cigarettes in the Company Car
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – May 20, 2018
My summary says it all, they literally hired felons who all smoked cigarettes in the company car and were an overall terrible employer. A class action lawsuit recently came out against them for not allowing long enough breaks, and if that's not bad enough the pay sucks and there's no benefits or commision off of the thousand dollar windows and doors you're selling.
cigarettes, low pay, bad hours, terrible management