Pros: in the beginning, treating us professional.
Cons: in the end, watching everyone getting fired, lying about it, no hours, no insurance, management teams that have no training, no work, unhappy clients and knowing you could have no job at the end of it all
This place had promise. I worked for both Evergreen and American Support. Evergreen, no one will admit, wasn't a dream place and some forget this. When AS bought it-there seemed to be a professional start to a promising future. Then things started to fall apart on the floor. Comcast, the biggest client, wasn't happy as they came and spoke to us agents – more... on the floor.
It's sad when you see promise and some of the "dirty" supervisors gone. Then there's no work and management is only worried about their jobs. We got sent home daily and I hated the atmosphere in there. I was lucky to find something else. I saw the Ying and Yang in that place. They lost sight of what "could have been" and refused to listen. I have to admit, I am shocked they are still around. They have a hire and fire method and my advice: STAY AWAY. You will find yourself with no hours or they will force you out. This time and age-it is not a good idea to work in a place where it has a history of instability. – less