- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Aerus full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Great Income Opportunity.
Fantastic Advancement Opportunity
Awesome Training Program
Incredible Incentive Programs. (Bonuses, Prizes, Trips...etc. etc.)Cons
You get out of this opportunity exactly what you put into it.
You must have a good work ethic, positive mental attitude, and a willingness to learn.
Your Friends and Family wont get it until they see your results.Advice to ManagementAdvice
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
it took three days... Day one, the interview. Give you a very brief description what they are looking for. They tell you to come back for an orientation. 2nd day, orientation is to tell you same as day before and a more descriptive explanation of what the company does. They tell you, you need to do a specific amount of hours of training. Third day, they have you sign a form which only says, after you complete ten appointments you will get paid. So, not hours. Its appointment based training. Once you complete the training, which is going to ten homes. Then they will sit with you and discuss what your hours interested and guaranteed pay. Then you start to train people.Interview Questions
- There were none honestly Answer Question
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A pioneer in the vacuum business, Aerus has been dirt's worst enemy since 1924. The company manufactures and sells vacuums, air and water purification systems, cleansers, and allergy-control products. Its brands include Guardian, Lux, and Epic. Aerus' products are marketed through in-home demonstrations, more than 500 Aerus sales centers in the US and Canada, and online. The company, formerly named Electrolux, sold the brand's North American rights to AB Electrolux in 2000. Aerus is a subsidiary of Aerus Holdings. It is owned by investment firm Engles Urso Follmer Capital.