Don’t expect to get anywhere with this company. I worked for them for 90 days and even though I received positive reviews on my performance; I was still laid off after 90 days of employment.
They also sent me home once or twice after only 3 hours because half the time their computers, and equipment don’t work properly. It’s not my fault that half of your headsets and equipment don’t work properly. Take some responsibility to fix your equipment instead of sending your employees home.
Middle school children best describes the workplace. The staff is like a clique all spreading the latest rumor. I tried to get something done about harassment and was told I'm the problem and a liar. Others are loud and no one says anything, computer system does not keep up with calls at least 30% of the time, chairs are wore out, no direction on who to contact with issues. If you are a loser with a massive ego you'll do great there.
This is not a bad place to get your first job. You will learn all the in and outside of need to survive in the work world and you should you this experience as a platform to grow. The workflow is pretty mundane so you can get bored real quick and feel unachieved as you are not being challenged.
Easy to understand and use programs for the job. Comfortable work environment and easy to get along with management. Competitive pay. Unfortunately is a part time job with little guarantee of hours. Perfect for someone looking to pick up a second job, a student, or someone semi-retired looking to do something during the week. Not ideal for someone looking for a single job and having a number of bills requiring a set amount of pay at all times.
Working here I was put through the most only to be signed out after my 3 hours everyday. No consistency, no job security, and management has no clue what they're doing. Because it's not for profit, they use you to benefit business needs which makes you feel wanted and important until it slows down and you're just another germ. They have incentives during their busy season or when no one decides to show up.
Numeris was a very nice place to be while I was there. They were accommodating to my needs, understanding of failures, and supportive in every way. I simply can't handle phone work, but if you can, it isn't hard to be at your job.
I’m not a call center person and this was my first job. Numeris is a good company to work for. Everyone is friendly but I find the competitive nature is a bit overwhelming, especially if you’re young and just starting out. Would ask why you weren’t as good as the person who had 6 years experience beside you when you’re on your first month. Supervisors very friendly though.
It's a good job for someone who can deal and manage stress. If your someone who gets offended easily and are sensitive, this is not the job for you. 50 % of the calls are hang ups, the other 50 % are people answering their phone either to swear at you or yell at you for calling. It was a work from home position which was great for obvious reasons but the job itself is tough.
You’re not selling anything, just doing phone surveys. The numbers you connect with are randomly generated by the system. For your shift, you have to call in everyday after a certain time to find out if you’re working that day or not which is very annoying as you can’t schedule anything around it. It’s really stressful, there was a quota of completed calls you have to make.