- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Review of PosiGen Solar LLCNov 20, 2018 - Anonymous Employee in New Orleans, LARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
PosiGen is a great company to work for. I've been employed here for the last 4 years and from the moment I began the culture of the company has been to make every internal & external customer to feel like family. Also, I admire the goal of the company which is to help homeowners who would otherwise be unable to afford solar have the opportunity to make their own power to help them save money to use elsewhere such as towards savings, food, medication, or other family needs. The pay/salary is in line or above average for other companies in the area. We have great benefits, option for 401K, and if you have been employed more than 1 yr stock options in the company. This company is ever expanding into new markets which is great for other job opportunities
I previously work with larger more established companies that have processes and procedures already in place & since this company is still in its infancy a lot of processes & procedures are just being created through trial and error. But with that trial and error the processes and procedures that are being implemented is making the company stronger & better.Continue reading
- Former Employee★★★★★Nov 9, 2022 - Customer Account ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Small departments. Very giving. Always found ways to show appreciation.
The different departments weren't always on the same page and it caused conflict. The customers could get really nasty.
- Former Employee★★★★★Nov 20, 2022 - Residential Energy SpecialistRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great company & leadership. Great culture tailored towards growth. Great benefits & commission. Work/life balance is okay, it could be worse. Some days you sit at home all day and set appointments over the phone at your own pace, others you are traveling 7am-10pm. You do have some control over your schedule, but expect to travel often.
This is still a somewhat new company, and is still going through some customer service growing pains. In outside sales, you will sometimes be the primary source of contact for clients you've signed a year ago instead of the correct department. It is also sometimes difficult to find out who should be handling which customer service issues, and you are ultimately left responsible even when the issue it not something you should be handling in sales.