Door to door Salesman (Former Employee), Ottawa, ON – November 5, 2013
Pros: fresh air and lots of exsercise.
Cons: long days and short nights, lack of social life outside of work.
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 – more... of individuals so have fun and be you. – less
Customer/Sales Representative (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – September 24, 2013
fun workplace and good team members==a typical day at work what you learned==teamwork management==good your co-workers==fun the hardest part of the job==working till late nights the most enjoyable part of the job===lunch
Gain transferable skills, Great staff that works together as a team
CSR Agent (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – September 9, 2013
Pros: allows you to take initiative and be accountable for your own work
Every day I wake up with a purpose. I set aside a few personal goals I want to accomplish once I enter the workplace and I will stop at nothing until I achieve them. I'm a person that loves a challenge and wants to produce good hard work. Just Energy allows me to be part of team where timelines are in place and clear tasks are delegated in order to – more... achieve the ultimate goal. The setting of the callcenter allows me to take my calls with pride. Most importantly I have the pleasure of working with a great group of people, that are are prepared to come in everyday and do what it takes to resolve the customers issue at hand and available for assistance when required. The management team is fantastic at Just Energy. Everyone respects them because they are sensitive towards each individual situation and they make us feel like a family. They lead by example and they are always available for consultation. This is a great environment that has taught me new transferable skills, that will better me in the workplace. – less
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – June 17, 2013
Good job with a good payroll-200 dollars per sale. Gained a great amount of experience in sales. However, sales was only based on commission so it was stressful and it was an 11 hour job Monday-Friday.
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Kitchener, ON – May 3, 2013
Pros: beer & wing nights, travel paid
Cons: long hours, multiple locations
Spent alot of time doing nothing. Got to work at 8am hung out at office till 10am (literally hung out played table tennis, 1hole golf, socialized) had short meeting where they would "pump you up" and get energized go over dailey goals, then we would go to the mall for lunch till 1130-12 then drove to the city we worked in. Stayed in that city till almost – more... 9pm befor heading home 1-2hr drive. – less
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Mississauga, ON – February 13, 2013
Pros: extra hours with high salary
Cons: day shifts
Great opportunity to improve quality of work. Friendly and homely environment to work which enabled to resolve customer queries efficiently. Irate customers were brought back to calm situation by empathizing and being with them. Provided best time to complete all the telephone doctor online courses which enhanced the efficiency and confident level to – more... move further in customer service. – less
6 figures if you are at the executive sales level. Just graduated from college? You'll be lucky to be able to pay your rent.
Job Work/Life Balance
Easy going environment
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – November 12, 2012
Pros: 100% benefits
Cons: working hours
A typical day at Just Energy is to put my head set on, log in and take calls. There are always new rules,procedures, information on energy, rates and different situations with customers that keeps me learning on a regular basis. The management at Just Energy is very professional and most Managers are approachable. I have gained many friends of different – more... cultures at Just Energy and enjoy working in that type of environment. The hardest part of my job is reading scripts repeatedly one after the other because it is very repetitive. The most enjoyable part of my job is helping customers who need further information to understand their program and it`s benefits. – less
Most of the people are friendly and helpful and their outings are enjoyable.
Registration Agent (Current Employee), 245 Fairview Mall Drive, North York – September 11, 2012
Pros: the commissions were abundant if you found the clientele.
Cons: long hours, no pay or incentive other than strictly commission pay.
I would door knock businesses and speak to them about their hydro and gas consumption. The objective was to move a business from Residential Billing to Business Billing inorder to gain more market share and offer a lower price. I learned a great deal about how hydro is charged, monitored, what to look for and how to switch clients over. Also learned – more... how nasty people can be and that it is a very tough market and lot of people just want to complain. The management were always very helpful, cooperative and encouraging and the co-workers were the same, for the most part. The hardest part was the rejection and constant chasing clients down, not literally, and finding an area that hasn't been saturated. I enjoyed meeting people everyday and working along side with some wonderful people. – less