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Mangers and supervisors are always there on the floor to support all the time and coach the staff/agents if needed. They will always acknowledge you for a job well done and most of all there is always a reward for all the job well done. I love this company.
lots of fun and very good management
pay is not that much but you'll enjoy your work
Call Centre work. You helped customers purchase, exchange or return tickets for events. Hours are good and will accommodate if you go to school. Hardest part of the job is trying to complete a transaction when systems are down. Most enjoyable part is being able to see events prior to being publicized.
What it says on this tin. I sold tickets for events at the ticketmaster call centre. Overall fine for call centre work, actual breaks were given and the call centre itself was clean and the managers were pretty relaxed. In general however call centre work is a nightmare no matter how well you're treated and it got old fast. Another job that I was laid off from due to outsourcing in this case.
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I worked at Ticketmaster's contact centre which has since closed down. Unfortunately they moved their call centre to the states. It was a fun environment and quick paced environment. I don't know what it's like to work on the front end of things (which is the only place you would be able to get a job in Canada now- working at the kiosk/ box office)
Management, supervisors and fellow employees were a pleasure to work with. my typical day was 8:45-4 pm. Free lunches on special occasions, incentive prizes for sales goals, survey goals.
free lunches on holidays or special occasions
Well every morning, there was a meeting of upcoming event going on sale after that, we go on the phones answering calls from Canadians and Americans. The hardest part would be... sometimes it's hard to hear the other person on the phone, bad connection. The most enjoyable part would be some of the activities we get to do at our desks, and some day they would order food for all of us. The most important thing I got out of that was i was able to open up, and not be so shy.
Althought the staff was friendly and the hours were very flexible the environment was loud, uncomfortable, and stressful. The company didn't pay well at $10.00 an hour; for dealing with rude people which would scream and fight with you on the phone....I thought the pay could have been higher.
flexible work hours
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