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3 days ago

Sales Manager

IGS Energy York, PA

The Sales Manager is responsible for recruiting, hiring, training and developing talent while managing/leading the productivity of a residential… IGS Energy

23 days ago

Home Energy Consultant (No Experience Req.)

IGS Energy Baltimore, MD +3 locations

As a Home Energy Consultant you will provide potential customers with expertise and education on a wide variety of energy products, helping… IGS Energy

4 days ago

Recruiting Coordinator

IGS Energy King of Prussia, PA +3 locations

Schedule interviews and/or phone screens working directly with candidates and… IGS Energy

28 days ago

Home Energy Consultant

IGS Energy Dayton, OH +15 locations

As a Home Energy Consultant you will provide potential customers with expertise and education on a wide variety of energy products, helping… IGS Energy

3 days ago

Regional Sales Manager

IGS ENERGY Evanston, IL +4 locations

• Responsible for the prospecting, acquisition, and retention of potential and existing commercial clients in a specific region. Utilize sales and… Percipio Media

18 days ago

Home Energy Sales Intern

IGS Energy Pikesville, MD +9 locations

• Gain knowledge and expertise in a promising industry. • Bring your drive, innovation and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Home Energy Team Lead

IGS Energy Beavercreek, OH +2 locations

• Ensure that all HECs are delivering consistent sales messaging and brand representation. This includes an accurate representation of products and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Analyst, Front - Power Supply

IGS Energy Dublin, OH

• Assist educating the organization on new products and new markets • Develop and maintain business relationships with suppliers, utility and ISO… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Digital Marketing Specialist

IGS Energy Dublin, OH

The Digital Marketing Specialist is responsible for driving online performance of IGS Energy for acquisition, retention, and awareness efforts. This… Glassdoor

18 days ago

CNG Intern

IGS Energy Dublin, OH

• Support sales team in organizing trade show events across the targeted markets. • Support with Fleet Analysis report writing. • Coordinate… Glassdoor

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18 Ratings

    Unprofessional to say the least.

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    Former Employee - Consultant in Modesto, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Consultant in Modesto, CA (US)

    I worked at IGS Energy part-time (less than an year)


    Must be self motivated to succeed
    Great for people who want to start over
    Great for people that love talking to people
    And very good for FEARLESS people.
    I'm guessing good pay, considering there are people still working for the company on commission for more than 2 years.
    Green energy and actually wants to save it's customers money unlike a lot of the other gas and electricity suppliers.
    Means well.


    Only payed on commission
    Working long hours despite working "part time"
    If you don't get any pick up's, you're screwed.
    The people I worked with in California are...Unprofessional to say the least. They know their things, but the way things were conducted was ridiculous, but one of my biggest gripes with this company was that they would have people working in a dangerous city up until 7 in the afternoon with drug attics out. Even the people that we were trying to get to sign were upset that they'd have us working out there at night, which really made me question if the company,"cares" about their consultants.Even less when I asked one of my co workers why they do that he replied,"Oh that's nothing, they'd have us work until 8 p.m then we started getting complaints so we stopped." It made the impression on me that they only cared about making sales and money.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take some control over your employee's. Be more of their boss and not their friend, take into consideration the surrounding of where you drop off your consultants. Also if you are going to buy a house and rent the rooms to employee's, set some STANDARDS. The house looks like a frat house, with stains of all kind on the walls to the carpet. Mind you this is (WAS) a nice 2 story house in the rich part of the area. Become more professional and if that means firing certain people and re accessing how to manage again, then do that.
    Another thing is to discuss hours with new employee's or people inquiring about the job. Be truthful to them if they will be working 4 hours (normal) or literally 10 hours out knocking on houses. Also discuss pay, do not say you get payed weekly, that you will be payed every 2 weeks for the work you did prior.

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