We couldn't be happier to see new employees just in time for the holiday season and the New Year.
Concord, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
Energy+1 is happy to announce that after an extensive hiring process, the company has hired new employees for our team. The company would like to extend a message of gratitude to all of those who applied. Applicants were all well qualified and the competition was high.
These new employees will be working in Northern California to promote energy deregulation in the area. They will be helping customers understand exactly what energy deregulation means to the consumer. Our employees will proceed in switching a customer’s energy sources if the customer chooses. Many times this switch means lowering bills and also stabilizing utilities especially in California areas.
Employees at Energy+1 will receive livable salaries that are fair and sometimes even residual. As employees sign up more and more customers, their residuals will increase depending on whether they stay with the company—and how often do customers usually switch energy suppliers?
Some employees make up to $30 an hour by simply giving the customers a choice on whether to switch their energy bill to renewable, more sustainable energy. Often times this switch will lower their utilities or stabilize rates, locking them into a more reliable plan.
Company manager Mike Kuus commented, “This is an exciting time for our expanding company. We are excited to be in the Northern California area and it has been easy to hire people in the area.” Kuus also went on to say “It’s not hard to get people to work in California. The weather is better than the rest of the country, and the location is great!”
Energy+1 has also made sure that the correct permits will be taken care of before the agents go out into the field.
Along with this news, Platinum, partners with Energy+1, has also hired new additions to the team. They have recently put out a press release that displayed the two hires, Joseph Brown and Thomas Neveil.
Brown has spearheaded such campaigns as AT&T, Frontier Telecom, IGS Energy, Washington Gas Energy Services and Clearview Energy.
Neveil, a veteran of 12 years, comes to Platinum with a deep understanding of the energy industry and a strong D2D sales background, having previously represented Talk America, Cavalier Telecom, Connective Energy, ConEd Solutions, ECONergy and IGS Energy. His central focus will be training, coaching and helping establish new offices that promote IGS Energy in the Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) utility territory in California.”
Business owner John Nelson stated that, “business is flourishing at Energy+1 and we couldn’t be happier to see new employees just in time for the holiday season and the New Year.” He said.