Door to door Salesman (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 5 November 2013
Great place to work for those who like the outdoors. This Job will heighten your social skills or give you some if you lack them. The hardest part of the job is selling a product you know nothing about, so I advise you to do your homework. If you like to meet and greet new people then this is the job for you as you will come across a very wide variety of individuals so have fun and be you.
Fresh Air and lots of exsercise.
Long days and short nights, lack of social life outside of work.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 17 April 2017
Was the most challenging job I've ever had to date, although challenges aren't negative this experience sure was primarily due to The CEO and some managers. Unrealistic sales quotas and aggressive sales techniques along with long road trips made this one of my least memorable experiences.
Sales representative (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 26 January 2017
it is a demanding and challenging job. the work place is fun to work at despite the challenges. there is great management in place within the company. they always do their utmost to motivate employees. it is a rewarding place to work at.
Independent Energy/Facility Contractor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 January 2017
It is good company for those who want to excel in sales of the energy products and possess the cold marketing skills. The sales personnel to market the sale of energy products by adopting the door-to-door policy. However, the strategy has changed I believe after revision in he sales regulation. The pay is based on sales commission and hence suitable for those who can work on commissioned pay.
CSR account manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 December 2016
Reading a few they are ring JE atmosphere and high demands and unrealistic daily and monthly targets. They love to shame there employees Infront of the entire workplace.. they are disgusting.... Everyone sleeps with everyone in there. . Including the managers
Hours and walk of shame towards there employees is absolutely rude
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 November 2016
Meeting early in the morning to get organized and map out what area PR partner to work with. Walking door to door and knocking and representing the company and it's value. Lunch breaks but long hours of walking can earn bonuses and vacations. Good income potential.
Great place to work if your motivated to make money but does require alot of hours.
Sales Team Leader (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 October 2016
the job is great if you are ok with not having any personal life as you are required to work 25/28 days in a 4 week period from 1-9pm each day. so not alot of wiggle room to have a personal life but the money is great if your motivated and teachable.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 July 2016
Just Energy's Advancement is close to none at all. Highly demanding atmosphere, not worth the salary. They certainly love to exploit their employees. They set unrealistic bench marks to attain a goal. Almost no incentives.
Independent Contractor/ Productive Sales (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 May 2016
I work manly alone with renfrew there really wasn't anyone else around i was to clean these boats by hand so really hard work but was worth it in the end never really had to deal with customers or anything just clean the boats check out go home, management was great considering my father hired me and basically it just made me a hard working person and keeping a fast pace and not falling behind
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 May 2016
The only hardest part about this Job is due to its field work, you have to work outside no matter the weather condition. I learnt how to fix the hardest part of life, developed my skills up 94%, Organisation, goal set-up and team work. The management is wonderful and my co-worker are family to me. The most enjoyable part about the work is when you make more than your expectation at thee end of the week.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 April 2016
A typical day would begin with a meeting then an encouraging speech and cheer. I learned some very crucial customer service skills . My co-workers were very well spoken individuals. The hardest part was trying to sell the contracts to the communities who might've needed them while the most enjoyable part of the job was the entertaining car rides.