When I first started working at Voicelogic, they mentioned how it is an "on-call" position and hours vary during the weekdays. When you first start, your hours are pretty good but don't get too comfortable and let that fool you because of that all changes when you reached your one month working for them. They are ALWAYS hiring new people, which only cuts down the current employees hours. They'll keep cutting your hours to the point where you are out of work for nearly a month. I remember being able to work 4 or even 5 times a week when I first started to only being called into work for less than 3 days a week.
As a disclaimer, I was a full-time college student who needed some work and that was that one job available. It got worse during the few months to only working 3 times a month to no jo work for the entirety of December. What is the point in having an on-call job where you're hiring people which will only cut competent employees hours short resulting to little to no pay? My best advice, don't bother applying there. You're better off going on welfare than working for these lazy employers who only care about themselves.
Jobs are easy and chill.
Hiring people every single day which will only cut down your hours.