Mission: Our mission is to provide our clients with the finest energy-saving home systems which will enhance their lives, their homes and their futures all while creating a gratifying remodeling experience.
I worked at Power Home Remodeling full-time (More than a year)
The culture within this company is far different (in a great way) from other organizations. Management is well trained, passionate and knowledgable, these approaches and attitudes inevitable trickle down. There is an endless amount of upward mobility and professional growth within Power as well. The philosophy of the company is essentially to serve their employees first, because the company understands the value of having good and loyal workers. Power not only prepares you for other professional pursuits, but also for life in general. Their approach to work is very practical and empowering. While working at Power I was constantly pushed to reach my highest potential and always supported. This company does things for their employees that most people wouldn't do for their own family members. The earning potential is unreal and from my experience it changed a lot of people's lives financially, including mine. Power is also a progressive and innovative company that always looks to do things differently than other companies. Power puts on annual conferences addressing pertinent global, national and company wide topics/issues, which is always wonderful for a resume. If invited to the conferences they always cover major costs (hotel,food,flight). One of the things I like bout Power most is that no matter where you go, you can take you job with you in most cases. Power has expanded all across the nation and allows office transfers and relocation, sometimes with monetary compensation depending on the reason for the move. Not to mention, they have great benefits!
The hours can be rough whether sales or marketing, but as you earn your stripes and learn how to manage time ( which are skills that are taught within the organization) you get used to it. There is a lot of commitment when it comes to Power. Commitment isn't a bad thing, it just isn't for everyone. With the nature of the company and the culture, Power very easily becomes your life 7 days a week. Mainly because it is so enjoyable, but if you have a hard time being committed and don't like to be very engaged personally or professionally, Power may not be the place for you.... however it is worth a try! Every company has cons or negative aspects, but what sets Power aside from other companies is that your voice is heard. If there is something that you don't like, you can speak on it and not be uncomfortable. Change is something that is embraced within Power, especially if it can help them be a better company.
Advice to Management
Management at Power is always evolving. New ideas, concepts and approaches are welcomed constantly. My advice to management is to never lose the open minds that most, if not all of them have. I also appreciate the process of merit based promotion and advancement that management instills. Continue to be leaders in and out of the office and continue to empower your employees.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Power Home Remodeling.
Hour and a half long sales pitch that sells you on the dream. offered the job on the spot. if you don't get the job then you should re consider your interviewing skills. basically hire anyone with 2 legs and a beating heart.
"The organization's whole-hearted commitment to its mission statement, training programs, opportunities for growth, and overall company culture are all exceptional. People here put their money where their mouth is and bring their A-game on a daily basis. Management is fully invested in the development of leaders throughout the organization, and professional growth is encouraged and fostered on a daily basis."
Power People describing why we ranked #15 on Glassdoor's #BestPlaceToWork List alongside companies like HubSpot, Salesforce, and Bain & Company.
Check out Power kicking off their 2018 Veterans Summit with some PT on the Rocky steps at Philadelphia's Museum of Art!