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Power Co-CEO, Asher Raphael, gives his thoughts to Entrepreneur on why family businesses DO work. For more of Asher's insights on leadership and business, follow him on Twitter at @AsherPowerHRG.
- Power Home Remodeling Group update13 days ago
We all know that we're creating something special at Power… and now the world knows! Honored to announce that Power was ranked No. 1 and THE Best Workplace for Millennials on Fortune Magazine's top 100 list. Check out the full list here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIWpZ
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- Career Opportunities
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I started with this company in April of 2014 as a marketer. The first thing you'll notice is that everyone from the entry level marketer all the way up to the CEO is there to help you and make sure you succeed as long as you put the time and effort in. The training is straightforward and detailed. And the vibe you get in the office is that is your second family. I transferred into the sales department in October of 2014 and it was exactly the same feeling as the marketing side. The best part of the sales at Power is no more SGL's. Every lead is provided for you. The training is ongoing every week with a mentor, a boot camp, or just sitting in the office and learning. I've worked other sales jobs where everybody is out for themselves and fighting over the same leads. Not here. Not one bit. If you need help on something, there's at least ten people in the office ready to help you and take pride in seeing you improve. And you're given every single opportunity to succeed which is all I could ever ask for. Other benefits are full health benefits, 401K(after a year of employment), promotions, and a holiday trip to Cancun.
The schedule is the only con. In marketing, its typically a 11-8 day. It's a long day of hitting the pavement and you'll hear a lot of no's during the day, a lot of rude people, and a lot of doors slammed ion your face. It can get discouraging very quickly. On the sales side, you're on the schedule at all times. 10-8 during the week and 9-2 on Saturdays. The better part of the day you're waiting for an appointment that is sent to you by email and text message so planning anything at all can be difficult. You may be sitting down to dinner or going to eat at a restaurant and when you get that text, it's time to go to work.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Power Home Remodeling Group (Chester, PA).
Recruiter contacted me to set up an interview. I was in the office at Chester the next day being interviewed by the VP and a representative for the marketing department. The total time of the interview was a little over a half an hour.
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Proud winner of the 2013 & 2014 Angie's List Super Service Award, Power Home Remodeling Group provides energy-saving and environmentally friendly exterior remodeling solutions to residents across the country.
Honored as one of Inc. 5000's "Fastest Growing Companies in America" and the winner of numerous Top Workplaces Awards, Power has served more than 125,000 homeowners...
Mission: Our mission is to provide our clients with the finest energy-saving home systems which will enhance their lives, their homes and their futures; while creating a...