IS ENERCRE A GOOD COMPANY TO WORK FOR?

Started by gg3, August 22, 2022, 04:43:20 PM

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gg3

is enercare a good company to work for?
want to learn and become a good tech

Admin

Yes, that would probably be one of the best places to learn.

tenletters

It'll probably be similar to reliance. Non-stop emails and phone calls about how to get more leads to the salespeople and training only on how to talk customers into getting new units.
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Porcupinepuffer

Quote from: tenletters on August 23, 2022, 04:22:51 AMIt'll probably be similar to reliance. Non-stop emails and phone calls about how to get more leads to the salespeople and training only on how to talk customers into getting new units.

So true. So glad to be working for a commercial company that doesn't bother with this nonsense. No requirement in trying to sell anything. No satisfaction and score card sheet to make the customer fill out at the end of the job and hovering over them to give you a high score when they don't really know if you did a good job or not. No request for Google reviews.
The best way to become a good tech is simply taking time to learn for yourself and make sure you get with a company that can give you enough steady work hours year round (no guarantee for most). Stay away from working for small contractors where you'll just be a helper. In those situations it's mostly about getting in and out as fast as possible.

nash668

Quote from: tenletters on August 23, 2022, 04:22:51 AMIt'll probably be similar to reliance. Non-stop emails and phone calls about how to get more leads to the salespeople and training only on how to talk customers into getting new units.

Worked at reliance for a bit. The amount of pressure to sell was ridiculous.

tenletters

Quote from: nash668 on September 04, 2022, 08:27:39 PM
Quote from: tenletters on August 23, 2022, 04:22:51 AMIt'll probably be similar to reliance. Non-stop emails and phone calls about how to get more leads to the salespeople and training only on how to talk customers into getting new units.

Worked at reliance for a bit. The amount of pressure to sell was ridiculous.

What area were you in and did they try to teach you, "chase the rust?"
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Mikeydaman

Reliance fitter came to fix our rented tank and interacted my furnace because there was no tag and I told him I put it in.  I took his infraction and filled it out and on the corrective action taken? I wrote: Furnace was installed by current home owner who is a licensed g1.  Handed back and said "you may as well just fax it in"!

samihabib

Dayum, good job , I always love these kind of situations Lool ^

tenletters

Quote from: Mikeydaman on September 22, 2022, 07:58:35 PMReliance fitter came to fix our rented tank and interacted my furnace because there was no tag and I told him I put it in.  I took his infraction and filled it out and on the corrective action taken? I wrote: Furnace was installed by current home owner who is a licensed g1.  Handed back and said "you may as well just fax it in"!

What was it he wrote up? All it really can be is a pressure tag is missing I guess.
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