Pros: Working from home
Cons: If U R a professional person who can work independently, and is not constantly in chat rooms, U R critized for being anti-social
Most partial set of supervisors I have ever encountered. I graduated their so-called training class - valedictorian. But being an individual who is very professional and focused on what I do, proved to be my downfall.
I never went to chat rooms and giggle and post smiley faces, I was always just focused on my job. On occasions when I had to go the chat room & ask a question, my question would remain unanswered for extended periods of time. And bringing this to my supervisor's attention was futile, because he was just as partial as the rest of them. He simply gave me excuses for why it took the so-called team leaders a long time to give me an answer. (Mind U, I have cxs holding on the line)
I was NEVER late, NEVER took time off, but all this does not matter to them, if they don't like U.
As someone who in the past worked for companies such as Citigroup, where I took way more incoming calls, the elementary level of performance from supervisors at asurion, was unbearable. (I deliberately refuse to capitalize the company name) I promptly left, because I don't need to work for a company whose superiors believe in promoting employees who can be the most fake, R unintelligent and can't perform professionally. But is unfair to employees of quality.