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I have been working at Gexpro full-time (More than 5 years)
Easy work environment and managers who listen and will act on issues you may have. Great company support network for large projects and national accounts.
Stock levels. Since going to distribution hubs the branches suffer. It is not smart business to not stock common everyday items locally when these items are needed when the contractor calls about them. They will not wait a day to get them and go to another supplier. This means lost sales every day.
Advice to Management
Allow increased stock levels
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Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Gexpro (Atlanta, GA) in March 2015.
Up front and basic interviews mostly directed at past experiences and comfort level driving sales to meet or exceed goals set by management. Started with phone interviews then progressed to face to face interviews. I was given four phone interviews. One with an HR recruiter then one with a manager of HR, then the local branch manager and finally the area manager. Face to face interviews followed with the local branch manager and operations manager. Then the final one was with the area manager. All were pretty up front about expectations and focused on what I could bring to the company.
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When working with electricity, Gexpro feels quite at ohm with watt industry needs. The company, once a unit of General Electric, is a global distributor of electrical, voice, and data products. Its inventory of products -- from GE and more than 200 other manufacturers -- includes such items as cable and wire, conduits, industrial controls, electrical distribution equipment, lighting products, motors, and power conditioning devices. Gexpro also offers supply chain and support services. In 2006 Rexel acquired GE Supply for $725 million in cash; it changed the unit's ...