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Outside Sales

Consolidated Electrical Distributors Inc Danbury, CT

Looking for an energetic and driven sales representative interested in the renewable energy market to develop new and existing customers in said… Consolidated Electrical Distributors Inc

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Credit Manager Trainee

Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. Denver, CO

~~Credit serves our profit centers and customers by managing the credit extension and collection process. The primary role of… Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc.

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Consolidated Electrical President H. Dean Bursch
H. Dean Bursch
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    Excellent starting job. Poor opportunity for advancement.

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    I have been working at Consolidated Electrical full-time (more than 3 years)


    - Excellent training provided
    - Friendly work environment
    - Decent benefits
    - Opportunity to deal with people from all over the country regardless of position or location.
    - In general, your coworkers will be hard-working, smart, industrious and helpful people.
    - Management is responsive to most matters outside of compensation.


    - Difficulties with advancement and career progression due to extremely flat corporate structure.
    - Nepotism is a real problem
    - Unless you are in a commissioned sales position, pay is lower than market average.
    - A large portion of your paycheck is tied to "profit-sharing." This is essentially a bonus program that rewards you based on how the company did that year along with your manager's evaluation of your performance. This makes annual pay levels a bit difficult to predict as you could have an excellent year, but if sales are down, so is your paycheck and the "profit-sharing" is just not there to reward you.
    - The company also utilizes "profit-sharing" as the way of granting "raises." Base-pay increases are extremely rare regardless of position in the company.

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    - Office/Company culture is currently in an excellent place, work to maintain that.
    - Consider moving pay up to a competitive level within the industry. I believe it will go a long way towards personnel retention and acquiring top talent.

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