Directrice de succursale in Brossard, QC
Vendre, superviser, inventaire
Call Center Representative in Victoria, BC
Just a job
They don’t care your value. You are just a lil part can be replaced at anytime. No support at all when you on the call. Very hard to achieve the daily goal.
Customer Service Agent in Victoria, BC
Few work hours and temporary nature of placements
Due to Covid-19, not much interaction with coworkers. Some impractical approaches culminate into stress on workers. Sometimes its not clear whether management is on top of their game.Its a good place to put your customer service skills to use. It calls for a lot of patience in most cases, just so you know you can easily be turned into a punching bag.
CSR - Customer Service Representative in Victoria, BC
Entry Level Job with subpar management
Stuck in a loop of government policies regarding what you can and cannot do. They are there to help but with absolutely limited ability to do so. You will not be given updated information regarding your role (they say they will but you will not get a response to your questions 9/10 times)- I found better-updated information regarding my "Call line" on Facebook. Youll have conflict on the phone due to lack of information, so get used to tell people the same story over and over again without really giving the citizen an answer to their question.Its a good paying entry-level job but dont excpect to move anywhere upwards.Be comfortable with being on your own when an issue arises and getting an answer 3 weeks later when "it is now public". also, adapting to change is a must as you will find out by a random caller that something new has now taken place that they found out through the news and you have no idea :)
Customer Service Representative in Victoria, BC
Stressful, competitive environment. Not well organized. Lots of system crashes. Lots of waiting for management to get organized. Got nothing more to say.