Simple, walk in fill out a questionnaire, complete an assessment and if you are available for overnight and speak well they will hire you.
Interview process is not such a big deal. Add on customer service skills and time management, show how good you can relate to customer, After all they look for good interaction skills with customers to clear the issues or sell something
Recruiters are given a target number of people they need to hire for a set time.
They reach out and gather as many people as needed.
A computer literacy test is given upon arrival. If you pass, one of the recruiters will conduct a brief interview with you - One on One. If you fail, you’re let go on the spot.
Then, you will have a second interview with Supervisors and/or Managers from the campaign you are being hired for.
A few days later, you are called to let you know that you’ve gotten the job and the date/time your training begins.
NB: The interviews are solely conducted to test your knowledge of the language requested on the campaign you are being hired for, and how quickly responsive you are. However, as a Supervisor, I have seen them time after time hire people who do not fit the basic requirements solely because they NEED a certain number of people to stay.
Smooth and easy
comp test, interview and training
Depends on the way of using english
Literally none. Was coming in for an interview, was thrown immediately into on boarding training, and about the client I was immediately assigned to.
They do group interviews from time to time, but it is very easy to get hired here. Simply sound sophisticated and pay attention to the interviewer, and you're golden.