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I worked at Gexa Energy as a contractor (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Good location and lenient time management. After working for a company that wanted you to account for every five minutes of your day, this was a welcome change. They also celebrate the holidays like nothing that I've ever seen before by decorating the entire floor and individual cubicles for Christmas.
The company has lots of changes planned for the end of 2015 and 2016 and are still holding on policies and procedures written in 2010 or earlier. Lots of money spent storing paper records and holding on to files created over 5 years ago. They are using contract employees more and more rather than hiring permanent employees.
Advice to Management
Figure out how to keep excellent employees and contract employees from leaving or being laid off. I was given lots of praise and told that I was doing and excellent job and then "boom", I get laid off via a phone call late on a Friday evening.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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interviewed at Gexa Energy in October 2014.
Applied online... received callback after about 3 weeks from the hiring assistant.. Interview is next week. Will update then.I'm sure questions will be about my experience and dealing with aspects of credit.
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Gexa Energy is out to get some retail energy accounts in Texas' deregulated power market. The company, a subsidiary of NextEra Energy, provides electric supply services to residential and commercial customers in Texas, and focuses on residential apartment dwellers and small businesses. Gexa purchases its power wholesale from generating companies across Texas. To lower carbon emissions, it also offers customers Gexa Green, a wind power (and other renewables) energy option. Gexa also provides services to commercial customers in Connecticut, Illinois, Maine, Maryland...