Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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I worked at WGL Holdings as a contractor (More than 3 years)
I didn't work for WGL directly. Me and my business partner had a contract with them. We recruited, built, and trained our own sales staff. We sold both commercial and residential. It was overall a good experience. I was able to see sales from a different viewpoint which made me better at what I do. It also sharpened my leadership skills. The money was good while it lasted.
The only con was that the deregulation industry has become very over saturated so as time went by the pay took a hit. If it was two or three years ago I'd still be with them.
Advice to Management
Just do a better job of communicating and don't leave people in the dark and then tell them whats really going on at the last minute.
Some of the hot air in the US capital is courtesy of WGL Holdings. The holding company's Washington Gas Light utility (Washington Gas) distributes natural gas to more than 1 million customers in Washington, DC, and adjacent areas of Maryland and Virginia. WGL Holdings' nonregulated operations include Washington Gas Energy Services, which sells natural gas and electricity to 316,000 retail customers in unregulated markets within the utility's service area and beyond. Other operations include HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning) services and ...