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Amazing work experience for starters. Wonderful trainers, best management and colleagues. Oh, Salaries are timely too! Its a fun place to be if you enjoy talking and are looking to seamlessly explore your career in CS.
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Cooperative supervisors, stressful environment during peak times but teaches you to work under pressure. most of the people in senior positions, like a trainer, a supervisor, all have been a Customer services agent before. So it is evident they provide growth opportunities.
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Been working here for almost a year, supervisors and head of the campaign tells you you can change campaigns after passing probation. Blasphemy! I’ve been trying to transfer to a different campaign for the past 4 months, my supervisor doesn’t even want to do the paperwork to have it done, HR apparently can’t help me, and even the head of the department doesn’t want anything to do with this. Why lie to your own employees?Horrible company with false promise
I really sincerely liked working for this company. They had activities like games in which you could win prizes sometimes throughout the floors, they had a nice cafeteria with tv's and microwaves and a fridge if I recall correctly, I had a really nice, attentive supervisor who helped me do well/succeed, you get 8 or 9 hour shifts but I had a coworker who got Sundays off because she had requested it at the interview.
The work environment is relaxed and highly organized. Except a staff is completely bad at the job, management makes efforts to train and retrain for best results. The most enjoyable parts are the flexible schedules and amazing team mates.
Look, I met my girlfriend(ex now) there and my sister was a colleague so not bad there. However that’s where it all ends. Nepotism was rampant. Nothing against Arabs but once they had one of their own as a supervisor, it was all over. Worked there a full year and couldn’t advance up the « corporate ladder » for everyone up top were either friends or Arabic and or both and nepotism was the game. Unless you wanna just get paid minimum wage n management in general was awful HR didn’t care at all, imagine a hen house... they were desperate for contracts with other companies that they were assigning people from some campaigns and move them to another then shut down that other go home and that’s it or you’re a student so it doesn’t matter, you will die of old age never moving forward at all...
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pay the rent - that is exactly what all the employees say on the floor when asked why are they working here. The company offered me a job when no one did and I am grateful for that. I was expecting growth and a successful career here, however, there is no room to grow. Depending on the campaign, your experience may vary. Overall company is okay to being and gain experience however it is not a company to plana a long-term future.
Amazing people work here, management could be better. I have been on both sides both as an agent and as a supervisor. I can say that the people i have worked with are the most intelligent people i have worked with in my life, but management refuses to see and compensate people the way they deserved to be compensated. Just giving people a livable wage could give them more incentive to stay rather than training new people every month to compensate for the people who are leaving because they found a higher paying job